Nick Ragone is an author, attorney and public relations executive in New York City. He earned a bachelor’s degree in history and political science from Rutgers University, and is a graduate of the Eagleton Institute of Political Science at Rutgers University (undergraduate) and the Georgetown University Law Center.

He is the author of three books: Essential American Government, Everything American Government, and President's Most Wanted. Nick is a regular contributor to the Fox News Channel and Fox Business, the PIX11 Morning Show, and has a weekly appearance on the popular Raph Bailey Radio Show.  He co-anchored PIX11's five-hour live inauguration coverage with Jim Watkins and Kaity Tong.

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United version of Stewart-Cramer a bit more favorable to Cramer

Hmmm ... Comedy Central has the unedited version of the Cramer interview on the Daily Show website, and it's interesting to see that the few good ripostes that Cramer made were edited from the TV version. If I was Cramer, I'd be pissed. It still wasn't great stuff, but Cramer's best material was left on the cutting room floor. He should never have walked into that interview without setting strict ground rules, such as: live to tape -- no editing. What a mistake.

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I am also a little mesmerized by Stewart vs. Cramer. It's an interesting mix with Stewart unveiling a lot of good points about financial journalism and Cramer getting torn apart but with a seemingly raw honesty and remorse, which is a little refreshing when there aren't a lot of mea culpas. AIG's about to pay out huge bonuses, and the Maddoff family still wants to hang on to their millions even while some of their retired victims return to work. I agree that this is more than two egos clashing, and it should be interesting to see how this plays out.

March 15, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterMW

saw this for the first time on comedy central website, unedited, and cramer looked like a total jack-ass (which he is). i can't imagine how editing could have made that worse.

March 16, 2009 | Unregistered Commenternic

I am also a little mesmerized by Stewart vs. Cramer. It's an interesting mix with Stewart

April 5, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterair jordan

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