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NBC's Gregory: White House Rhetoric 'Anti-Business,' 'Could Really Discourage Businesses' in U.S.

'Meet the Press' host calls Obama advisers' lack of business experience 'a problem'; Says Barton's comments 'got to that larger point.'

CNBC's Nesto Accuses Obama of Creating 'His Own Sense of a Legal System'

Reporter insists legal framework already in place to resolve oil spill claims, asks why White House has 'a gun to the head' of BP.

CNBC's Insana: Ron Paul 'Doesn't Even Have a Basic Understanding of Fundamental Economics'

Network's 'senior analyst & commentator' suggests if there wasn't a perceived conflict of interest with congressman's investments, it would be a joke.

Antiquated Law Prevents Foreign Naval Aid for Gulf Says Santelli, Heritage Foundation

Jones Act of 1920 keeps out European ships that could complete clean-up in four months vs. estimated nine months some experts believe it will take.

Market Analyst: 'BP's Not Going to Last as a Company More Than a Matter of Months'

Energy investment banker tells CNBC clean-up of Gulf oil spill will cause ultimate end of beleaguered oil giant.

Fmr. Clinton Labor Sec. Reich: It's Time for White House to Takeover BP

CNBC contributor argues only way Obama administration is authorized legally to intervene in Gulf Coast spill is to put oil giant in receivership.

Media-Battered Goldman Sachs Polls Lower than Toyota in Favorability

Despite 52 deaths linked to automaker's acceleration problems, Toyota polls seven times higher than investment bank.

Tea Party Movement Not Realizing U.S. is Bailing Out Greece, Says CNBC Host

Kernen wonders where the outrage is European IMF bailout; Santelli says desensitized to bailout culture.

CNBC's Bartiromo: 'That is Ridiculous. This Really Sounds Like Market Manipulation to Me'

Network reports 8 stocks went to one penny or zero, which contributed to freefall and drawing ire of 'Closing Bell' anchor.

CNBC's Moment of Clarity: Host Understands Why Right 'Sort of Gets Uncomfortable' with Obama

Network's Joe Kernen compares aggressive tack against BP to attacks on Wall Street, health insurers and high-income earners.
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