Iran

CBS Discredits Pentagon Version of U.S.-Iran Strait of Hormuz Incident

A prime example of the globalist mentality infecting the elite media. Whatever happened to patriotism?

CNN's John Roberts on Energy Business: 'If They Can Make a Buck, They'll Make a Buck'

'American Morning's' Velshi offers long-term view of oil prices, but co-anchor doesn't buy it.

What Does Ahmadinejad Think About the Holocaust?

Laurie Goodstein glides over the Iranian president's "record" and "stance on the Holocaust" without repeating his past denials that the Holocaust ever occurred.

The West Is "Demonizing" Iran's President

Among Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's "provocative remarks": Denying the Holocaust.

Cooper vs. Condi: NYT Smacks Rice Around

In an unsympathetic evaluation, reporter Helene Cooper promoted the view that "as national security adviser [Condoleezza Rice] largely served as a rubber stamp for a series of foreign policy ...

The Times Preens Over Its Skepticism on Iranian Meddling in Iraq

After being criticized by liberals after failure to find huge stocks of WMD, the Times leans heavily towards skepticism about regarding Iran's involvement with Shiites in Iraq.

Ignoring Sen. Rockefeller's Own "Rhetoric About Iraq" and WMD

In a front-page story, Mark Mazzetti lets Democratic Sen. Jay Rockefeller rip into Bush for misleading "rhetoric about Iraq before the American invasion of 2003," but ignores what Rockefeller ...

Iran's Dictator Talks to America About "Civil Liberties...Being Curtailed."

Iranian dictator Mahmoud Ahmadinejad or NYT editorial page editor? "Civil liberties are increasingly being curtailed. Even the privacy of the individuals is fast losing its meaning."

Headlines Soft-Pedal an Anti-Semitic Art Show in Iran

A text box gives the wrong impression: "A show not against religion, but 'repression by the Israelis.'" Here's some of what's on tap: "An Israeli soldier, holding a gasoline can that said ...

Notable Quotables - 07/11/1988

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