Fox Business Host Warns $5-Gallon Gas if Iranian Tension Persists

Eric Bolling of 'Happy Hour' explains Iranian instability might force $200-barrel oil; says Israel the wildcard.

Former Iran Apologist Cohen Now Calling for Obama to Step Up Rhetoric

Roger Cohen, former apologist for Iran (pictured), writes from Tehran that anti-regime protestors are asking: "Where is Obama?"

Cramer, Burnett: Iran Election Results Expected; Lesson for Card Check Proponents

CNBC personalities note oil's decline on Iran news, but suggest questionable election result a sign of what could happen with unions and Employee Free Choice Act.

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."

Roger Cohen Praises Iran's Resiliency, Accuses Israel of Lying About Threat

Columnist Roger Cohen (pictured) continues his defense of Iran, accusing the Israelis of "crying wolf" over Iran's nuclear threat.

Columnist Roger Cohen Defends Anti-Israel Chas Freeman

Last week Cohen said he was ashamed by Israel's actions and called for the recognition of Hamas. This week, he defends the vituperatively pro-Saudi, anti-Israel Chas Freeman, who has suggested ...

Roger Cohen Says Calling Hamas, Hezbollah Terrorist Is "Simplistic"

The Times' international columnist also makes fun of the name of a conservative blog that criticized a naive Cohen column about how good life is for Jews in Iran.

Dallas Paper's Religion Blog Snickers at Alabama-Iran Parallel

Writer yuks it up at the expense of religious Alabamians.

David Sanger: "Distraction" of Iraq War Came at Grievous Cost

Reporter David Sanger has encapsulated his opposition to Bush's foreign policy in book form: "The argument of the book is that Iraq not only cost 4,000 American lives, $800 billion and untold ...
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