Jim Cramer doesn't think anyone should be spared from criticism in this economic environment. / Despite his ethically dubious past, Jim Cramer calls for indictments for the economic collapse. / Jim Cramer promises Jon he'll get back to the fundamentals of reporting the financial market.
Barack Obama makes history again with his massive budget proposal.
Rob Corddry speaks for the millions of Americans whose jobs have been taken by those far more cunning and handsome than themselves.
Jim Cramer didn't recommend buying Bear Stearns stock a week before it collapsed -- he did it five days earlier.
If it costs us more to kill criminals than keep them alive, Lewis Black thinks we're doing it wrong.
Protestors attempt to teabag the White House, Jon blames the media, and Glenn Beck cries.
Ben Bernanke slams the phone, and Barack Obama chokes up with anger over the AIG bonuses.
Barack Obama slips to the level of a crass car salesman.
Aasif Mandvi meets two Americans who are doing their part to stop illegal immigration.
Earmarks take up less than two percent of Obama's spending bill -- the same amount the FDA allows for insect filth in canned apricots.
Michael Steele falls into the liberal media trap by criticizing Rush Limbaugh.
The government will cover your combat-related injury, unless you have your own private insurance.
After NBC steps up to defend Jim Cramer, Jon goes on an MTV Networks rehabilitation tour of his own.
CNBC's Rick Santelli is angry that those loser homeowners are going to get bailed out.