Elections

Naive Roger Cohen Finally Wakes Up to Iran's Perfidy

After months of defending Iran and criticizing Israel, Roger Cohen looks at the election farce and admits: "I erred in underestimating the brutality and cynicism of a regime that understands the ...

The "Conservative" Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Executive Editor Bill Keller goes to Tehran to do some actual reporting and shows he hasn't forgotten the media trick of labeling foreign villains as "conservative."

Obama's Muslim Outreach Bears Fruit in Lebanon's Elections - Maybe Iran Too!

Michael Slackman, whose previous reporting focused on how much the Muslim world hated America, finds the Obama administration winning hearts and minds and even elections: "There were many domestic ...

Ballot Measure Results Mixed for Values Issues

Voters upheld man-woman marriage in three states, but pro-life measures went down.

Media Mania Over Chump Change

Most of us won't allow a hairstylist to change our do without an in-depth explanation. But a lot of us are buying into undefined promises of change from presidential contenders.

The Question is Infidelity

CBS's Katie Couric gives us insight into how the presidential candidates view character.

From Mexico: Conservative Wins, Leftists Whine, Times Fawns

"Last year's race was a virtual tie, but electoral officials determined that the conservative candidate, Felipe Calderón, had edged out a left-wing populist, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, by ...

Sciolino Still Holds a Grudge over France's Conservative Sarkozy

He's so mean: "President-elect Nicolas Sarkozy, by contrast, does not believe in saying he is sorry."

Will Sarkozy's "Divisive Legislation" Lead to More Violence in France?

Craig Smith blames Sarkozy for possible future thuggery: "Many people fear that the violence is just a taste of what is to come if Mr. Sarkozy makes good on his campaign promises to push through ...

"Ruthless, Us-Against-Them" Sarkozy Wins French Presidency

Bitter Sciolino on conservative Sarkozy's victory in France: "In this election, authority apparently is deemed to be more important than compassion."
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