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WaPo's Frank Ahrens Suggests Krugman, Kudlow as Potential Romer Replacements

Columnist makes case for chair of White House Council of Economic Advisers candidates including two media personalities at opposite ends of political spectrum.

The Erin Burnett Plan: Make General Motors IPO Shares Available to Taxpayers

CNBC 'Street Signs' host offers bailed out automaker a way for American taxpayers to share in their potential future prosperity.

Santelli: Tea Party More a 'Philosophy' Than a Party

CNBC CME floor reporter tackles allegation of racism in movement.

Obama Hates the Press and Journalists Can't Handle That Truth

Media thought all you need is love, but discover that doesnt work against unfriendly administration.

Tax Cut All-Star -- CNBC's Trish Regan: Calls It 'Inherently Un-American' to Penalize Prosperity

'The Call' co-host makes case for Obama and the Democrats in Congress to embrace extending Bush tax cuts and further cut taxes.

Bartiromo: Stimulus Likely Didn't Save Economy; Anchor Credits Fed

CNBC 'Closing Bell' host blames Obamanomics for tepid moves by business to lower unemployment levels.

Dem Congressman: Dow Jones Will Plummet 1,000-2,000 if Financial Regulation Isn't Passed

Rep. Paul Kanjorski, D-Pa. makes dire prediction if financial legislation isn't OK'd, but CNBC's Jim Cramer says Washington is the problem.

Kudlow, Forbes Debunk Krugman's 'Third Depression' Call

CNBC host and Forbes editor argue current policies the Times columnist advocated haven't worked; liberal economist Dean Baker maintains policies weren't enough.

Santelli's Simple Answer to Deficit: 'Stop Spending, Stop Spending, Stop Spending!'

CNBC CME Group floor reporter argues with senior economics reporter Steve Liesman that government can't tax the nation into prosperity.

CNBC's Santelli Warns U.S. 'Could End Up Worse than Japan' and 'Lost Decade'

Network CME Group floor reporter explains Keynesian tactics could lead to potential Greek austerity situation, but U.S. position with a reserve currency complicates problems.
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