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    Let me be very clear on the economics of President Obama’s State of the Union speech and his budget. He is declaring war on investors, entrepreneurs, small businesses, large corporations, and private-equity and venture-capital funds.

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    The Obama administration is trying to walk a public relations tightrope in aiding the banking industry.

  • With the news this bad and uncertainty this high, Joe Terranova is starting to think that maybe the bottom is near.

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    Even though nearly every analyst this morning is saying Thursday's bloodbath was an overreaction, investors are continuing to sell biopharma stocks in the early going Friday.

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    The budget that President Obama proposed on Thursday is nothing less than an attempt to end a three-decade era of economic policy dominated by the ideas of Ronald Reagan and his supporters, the New York Times reports.

  • Obama Pizza

    In the latest sign that Obama-mania continues to grow, a musical based on the new US president will make its debut next week in London.

  • The last thing companies need is the president eyeballing their industry. But that’s just what happened to health care. Who’s next? And how do you protect your portfolio? Cramer has an answer.

  • Details of the government’s plan to convert its preferred shares to common shares in Citigroup have pushed stock futures sharply lower, with shares of Citi and other banks under pressure in pre-market trading.

  • Plus, Cramer makes the call on a health-care stock and explains how we can save housing.

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    Pledging "a new era of responsibility," President Barack Obama unveiled a multi-trillion-dollar spending plan.

  • It was another down day on Wall Street as health-care stocks tanked amid worries that President Obama's budget will clamp industry profits.

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  • Plus, Cramer talks insurers, health care and President Obama's Medicare changes.

  • New Home Sales hit a record low this morning, yet President Obama wants to make it tougher to buy a home. What is he thinking?

  • The original Obama plan to stabilize mortgages effectively left out the $4 trillion of loans, mostly sub-prime and ALT-A, that are in private securitizations rather than backed by Federal agencies. Of these borrowers, one million are already undergoing foreclosure and two million more have missed at least two monthly payments.

  • The Government put out its stress test guidelines yesterday and the market seemed to like the details.

  • General Motors is open to an alternative viability plan, said Ray Young, the company’s CFO ahead of meetings between executives and U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and White House economic adviser Larry Summers on Thursday.

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    New Home Sales hit a record low this morning, yet President Obama wants to make it tougher to buy a home. What is he thinking?

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    President Barack Obama Thursday released an outline of his budget for fiscal year 2010 that begins Oct.1.

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    Tonight on CNBC we have an amazing documentary premiering called, “Newbos: The Rise of America’s New Black Overclass.” It is reported and hosted by my colleague and friend, Lee Hawkins of the Wall Street Journal and a contributor here at CNBC. The documentary is based on some of the reporting Lee has done for his forthcoming book of the same title.