Results tagged with 'MSNBC'
Published Nov. 3, 2016
I'm stoked and stocked for Tuesday night and beyond. I'm excited about the end of this endless election. And I've got all the supplies I need for the Donald Trump presidency: antacids, sleeping pills and my own personal copy of the Constitution.
Published Aug. 8, 2016
After weeks of lead-up, the torch has finally been lit and the games are underway. But when is the gymnastics team on? And when can I catch some table tennis matches? Organized sport by sport, here's when you can catch everything on TV.
Published May 26, 2016
Charlie Sykes has long been a star of conservative politics, having built a kind of cottage industry mixing radio, television, books and his own peculiar brand of journalism. He may now be part of "The Mainstream Media."
Published Oct. 31, 2014
Across the country, a number of the higher-profile races - including the run for Wisconsin governor between Scott Walker and Mark Burke - will be part of the larger election coverage on Tuesday night on the national cable news outlets.
Published Feb. 7, 2014
This winter, we have the Olympic Winter Games, which means the NBC cluster of stations - including local affiliate WTMJ-TV Ch. 4 - should see the ratings bump.
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Just as measured economic activity was picking-up this summer, confidence now appears to lagging. The lack of faith in forward economic momentum should not be surprising however, given the relative inability of the economy to grow with any sort consistency in recent years. Waning confidence ...
A dollar doesn't go as far as it used to. In fact, it goes farther. At least, that is when we are talking about purchasing durable goods. Durable goods are the types of economic goods that are not used up quickly. Automobiles and appliances are two of the more familiar kinds of durable goods that...
I had them clapping by the third slide. Thethird slide. I could hardly believe it.Applause for a presentation on the economy is rarely genuine and seemingly reserved for the end. The joke goes, that clapping is exclusively saved for the end because it is born out of relief that the presentat...
Has Bill Gross come around to the idea of surplus productivity? Probably not yet, but he is on the road to discovery. The much maligned manager of the world's largest bond fund (at rough $2.7 billion) sure seems like he's well on his way these days of embracing that long-term economic dynamic. Re...
FactData from the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicate that in 1964, roughly 2 men were on a payroll for every one women in the United States. By 1982, though, that ratio had fallen to 1.3 men to every women. In 2009, however, the ratio of payroll-ed men to women fell even more and even held brief...
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