Kevin on December 6th, 2010

The entire premise of Pundit Review Radio when we launched in 2004 was to bring the best of the blogosphere to the radio. We did that tonight by welcoming Eddy Elfenbein of Crossing Wall Street, one of my favorite, must read financially focused blogs. It was long overdue, but it was great to finally have […]

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Kevin on June 16th, 2010

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Back in August, on the 14th anniversary of his death, I did a post titled: RIP Jerry Garcia: The Godfather of social networking In today speak, Garcia and the Grateful Dead launched multiple, synergistic initiatives to leverage their installed base. He was a visionary leader who understood social networks, marketing and monetization. I’m making him […]

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Kevin on December 14th, 2009

Timothy P. Carney is the lobbying editor for the Washington Examiner and he joined me last night to talk about his thought provoking new book “Obamanomics“. Before talking about the book, I had to ask Tim about his amazing experience as a young journalist in Washington DC, working as a protege of the legendary reporter […]

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Kevin on November 28th, 2009

Much has been written about the motley crue of left wing radicals in President Obama’s administration. The most infamous example is perhaps Van Jones, once so proudly touted as an asset by Valerie Jarrett, he was ousted within days when the American people got wind of what he said and believed. Not much has been […]

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Kevin on October 25th, 2009

UPDATE: Here is my 45 minute discussion about Too Big To Fail with author Andrew Ross Sorkin New York Times merger and acquisitions reporter Andrew Ross Sorkin has written the insiders account of what was going on in board rooms and the highest levels of government during the worst of the Wall Street meltdown. He […]

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Kevin on June 11th, 2009

The excellent financial blog Crossing Wall Street nails it, Barney Frank was just on CNBC. I’ve started a game of watching at what point Frank goes into his overly dramatic routine that he’s being interrupted and not allowed to answer the question. He does this all the time. Fortunately, this time he was up against […]

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