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February 6th, 2010
04:25 AM ET

Coming up on this CNN Saturday Morning...

The northeast and mid-atlantic states are getting pounded by a powerful snowstorm, bringing travel to a virtual standstill. Reynolds Wolf reports live from DC all morning long.

President Obama is scheduled to headline the Democratic National Committee's winter meeting in Washington. We'll take his speech live, 10:30am ET.

The first national Tea Party Convention is under way at Nashville's Orpyland Hotel. CNN Deputy Political Director reports live from the convention. We'll also talk with Newsweek's Daniel Stone.

Sending your kids to college? Deadlines for financial aid are approaching fast. Finance expert and author Clyde Anderson talks with a financial aid expert on money you might not know is available - specifically for displaced workers.

And tech guru Mario Armstrong talks about the latest gadget for your cell phone that would keep you from texting while driving.

Join TJ Holmes with Brooke Baldwin in for Betty Nguyen on this CNN Saturday Morning, beginning 6am ET/ 3am PT.

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  1. Charles W. Haynes Jr.

    TJ I have watched you and your fellow reporters for several months. I wonder how you can try and legitamize the so call tea party. You have about 700 people attending a meeting (my frat have more than that at our regionals) and you call this group a movement. Shame on you. They are not anti president, they are anti black, anti hispanic, and totally disrespectful. Did you not hear the opening address yesterday? Ms Palin doing the BIG speech? This woman had trouble getting out of college and her IQ must be below average. What can she add to the well being of this country? If these people are the future then, not god bless america but, god help america. I would love to hear from TJ on this or is he worried about ratings?

    February 6, 2010 at 7:25 am |
  2. David Gannon

    The Mayor of Las Vegas is the real slow learner. Unlike President Obama, he doesn't recognize the point that Obama was trying to make that people need to use a little common sense in budgeting their money and need to pay the utilities and other basic expenses before they indulge themselves. This is a ecomonmic lesson may are missing. Are they all expecting a bailout? I wonder if Vegas got any bailout money.

    February 6, 2010 at 9:07 am |
  3. Mark

    You guys are constantly talking about how much everything cost. WHY, Do you do that at your parties rallies, yes, we all know your democrats, who love the Obama administration. Do you always ask Obama, WHAT IS YOUR PURPOSE, we all know to socialize the country.

    February 6, 2010 at 9:17 am |
  4. ronnie patrick

    I am so sad about what is going on with whites and blacks. I heard the news about what was said in the Tea Party gathering last night about people can't spell, cant' read do not speak english but voted for Obama. How a white mayor in Vegas telling the President of the United States he was not welcome in his city . Blacks are aganist his foolishness and this kind of issures should not be happening There are a lot of whites out there going back to the days of George Wallace. It is scary for Blacks will not stand for this kind of foolishness. Something will be done about this and I tell you just you wait and see.I do not want to see the races divided and all because of play hating. The Tea Party is just a bunch of white hoods with faces uncovered.

    February 6, 2010 at 9:43 am |
  5. Harry

    In his report from the Washington Mall, the reporter reffered to PEPCO as the snow clearing company, in fact they are the power company. Potomac Electric Power Company (PEPCO). In fact one can view the customers without power in the D.C. area at their website.

    February 6, 2010 at 11:12 am |