Stephen Colbert

Colbert On The Debt Ceiling

Colbert’s debt ceiling segment is a must watch. Great take on GOP giving one message to Wall Street and different message to Tea Party. Also includes this classic: “…and Wall Street loves jokes. Remember that prank they pulled with the mortgage market: knock knock. Who’s there? Get out of your house, the bank’s foreclosing, raccoons

Colbert On The Debt Ceiling

Colbert’s debt ceiling segment is a must watch. Great take on GOP giving one message to Wall Street and different message to Tea Party. Also includes this classic: “…and Wall Street loves jokes. Remember that prank they pulled with the mortgage market: knock knock. Who’s there? Get out of your house, the bank’s foreclosing, raccoons

Best Egypt Humor So Far

Of course Stephen Colbert can be counted on to crack some quality jokes about Egypt, especially his call to “crush the revolution” if we have to pay higher gas prices (VIDEO BELOW). But TheReformedBroker definitely delivered the Egypt humor quote of the day, also below.

Best Egypt Humor So Far

Of course Stephen Colbert can be counted on to crack some quality jokes about Egypt, especially his call to “crush the revolution” if we have to pay higher gas prices (VIDEO BELOW). But TheReformedBroker definitely delivered the Egypt humor quote of the day, also below.

The Hopeless Future of Financial Media

A new year. Typically the time for a media technique as old as media: recapping last year or predicting this year. But instead of doing that today, below I’m re-posting The Day Journalism Died, a piece I wrote in 2006. It’s not about financial media, but it reminded me what consumer financial media is and