New Hampshire Republican Judd Gregg Sunday slammed President Obama’s approach to handling the country’s fiscal outlook. “The practical implications of this is bankruptcy for the United States,” Gregg said of the Obama’s administration’s recently released budget blueprint. “There’s no other way around it. If we maintain the prop
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger discusses the state of the U.S. economy and the approach of the Obama administration.
Rep. Charles Rangel says the only way to get out of the current financial crisis is to "change our way of living."
After campaigning in California to drum up support for his $3.6 trillion budget, the president sat down with 60 Minutes in the Oval Office for a conversation about the AIG debacle, the economy, and getting the hang of the world's most difficult job. President Obama defended Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and responded to Dick Cheney.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, PA Gov. Ed Rendell and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger discuss the uproar over bonuses paid to AIG executives on "Meet the Press."
Harry Smith of "Face the Nation" spoke with House Financial Services Chairman Rep. Barney Frank and Iowa Sen. Charles Grassley about what has resulted from the AIG bonuses outrage.
Columnist Bill Kristol claims Obama is "kowtowing" to Iran.
Senators Collins and Conrad, Rep. Mike Pence, and Jared Bernstein appeared on "This Week" to discuss the AIG bonus outrage. Bernstein is Vice President Joe Biden's chief economist.
The "Beltway Boys" say Obama is "down" for going on the "Tonight Show" and promoting his NCAA bracket picks.
Chief economist Christina Romer tells "Fox News Sunday" she believes the economy will recover in a year.
AP: A top adviser to President Barack Obama says the government plans to leverage $100 billion to ease the fallout on the nation's financial system from banks' bad assets. Christina Romer says the money would be used along with private investments and help from the Federal Reserve to buy hundreds of billions in questionable debts on bank balance
Politico: Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) told Wallace “a lot of people question” whether Geithner “is the man for the job.” Citing Treasury’s role in recommending the removal of a provision to block bonus payouts by TARP recipients, Shelby said “there’s a lot of questions to be asked. I’m not feeling real good about Treasury’s ro