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Kudlow to Bernanke: Have More than 70 Senate Votes or 'Consider Withdrawing'

CNBC host warns Federal Reserve chairman 'cannot survive and govern effectively if 30 or 35 senators vote against him.'

CNBC's Santelli: Tea Party Popularity 'Dollar-Friendly'

Network's Mercantile reporter explains strength of 'Tea Party' movement makes congressional gridlock more likely, slowing government spending and propping up the dollar.

CNBC Host Upset 'American Political Community' Worried about 'Killing Grandma,' Not Green Technology

'Squawk on the Street' co-host Mark Haines, wooed by NY Times columnist Thomas Friedman tired argument on eco-technology, lashes out.

Greenspan, Cramer Argue Government 'Agenda' Inhibiting Economic Recovery

'Meet the Press' panelists make case Congress is creating uncertainty for private sector and preventing U.S. economy from expanding.

CNBC: New York Times Potential Acquisition Target for Google

Search engine firm 'hoarding' $22 billion in cash and short term investments according to Wall Street Journal, which puts it in position to acquire Times.

CNBC's Kudlow Rips MSNBC for Lack of Balance; Calls for Supply-Side Solutions for Economy

'The Kudlow Report' host reacts to comments from Barney Frank on MSNBC's 'The Ed Show' who insisted larger government is good, but has a bad name after Katrina.

Financial Regulator Calls for Crackdown on Facebook, Text Messaging

Richard Ketchum of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority says certain electronic communication must be regulated as means to sell financial products.

California AG Angrily Responds to Charges Politically Charged Suit from CNBC Host

'Power Lunch' co-host Caruso-Cabrera suggests Jerry Brown's $56-million lawsuit against State Street bank a ploy to prop up attorney general's bid for governor.

Cramer Likens Bonus Outrage to Lenin in 1917: 'It's Really about Stringing Up Guys'

Wall Street complaints sparked by Dow 10K similar to what brought communist leader to power 'Mad Money' host explains.

Chris Matthews Rude Awakening: $787-Billion Stimulus 'A Big Grab Bag of Stuff'

MSNBC 'Hardball' host and CNBC 'Mad Money' host Jim Cramer criticize stimulus and realize Obama won't get credit for economy until jobs come back.
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