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Lefty Crackpot Theory: Chinese Dictators Funneling Cash into Campaigns for Overseas Jobs

Radio host/MSNBC regular Mike Papantonio claims Sharron Angle, Michele Bachmann have secret donors with job-exporting agendas.

Misread and Misreported: Tea Party Activism Bullish for Economy

After nearly two years of Obamanomics and liberal incompetence, the markets are enjoying their tea.

The Golden Witch Hunt: Left-Wing, Mainstream Media Target Gold Advertisers

Precious metal sponsors of conservative-leaning TV and radio programming are facing increased scrutiny from media and liberal politicians.

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.

Cramer: Health Care Passage 'Will Topple the Stock Market'

'Mad Money' host predicts health care passage will embolden Congress and White House to pass amnesty for illegal immigrants.

Dean and Skinner: Mass. Vote Close Because Health Care Bill Lacks Public Option

Former Vt. Gov. and a liberal radio host tell CNBC's Kudlow U.S. is 'center-left'; Wall Street should want government plan.

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.'

Media Go Easy on Obama As He Reinvents, Extends TARP to Weeks before Midterm Elections

Network news shows barely report criticism of 'slush fund' tactics, although they criticized Paulson for 'bait-and-switch' in 2008.

Kudlow, Moore Push for S.C. First Lady Jenny Sanford to Run for Governor

Wall Street Journal writer calls former finance executive 'brains of the operation.'

Inhofe Warns TARP Recipients Giving to ACORN, Other Left-Wing Causes

Oklahoma Senator appears on CNBC to explain his amendment to demand bailed out institutions disclose 'expenditures that are not essential to restoring their solvency.'
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