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8:15 PM ET, June 13, 2009

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Juan Cole / Informed Comment:
Stealing the Iranian Election  —  Top Pieces of Evidence that the Iranian Presidential Election Was Stolen  —  1. It is claimed that Ahmadinejad won the city of Tabriz with 57%.  His main opponent, Mir Hossein Mousavi, is an Azeri from Azerbaijan province, of which Tabriz is the capital.
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New York Times:
Ahmadinejad Re-elected; Protests Flare  —  TEHRAN — The streets of Iran's capital erupted in the most intense protests in a decade on Saturday, with riot police officers using batons and tear gas against opposition demonstrators who claimed that President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad had stolen the presidential election.
Yossi Melman / Haaretz:
Report: Defeated Ahmadinejad rival arrested in Iran  —  Iranian presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi was reportedly arrested Saturday following the reformist's defeat at the polls by hardliner Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.  Supporters of Mousavi, the main challenger to Ahmadinejad …
Nate Silver / FiveThirtyEight:
Statistical Report Purporting to Show Rigged Iranian Election Is Flawed  —  Like most Americans, there are few things I would like to see more than Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iran's hateful President, to be voted out of office.  Elections in thuggish, authoritarian states like Iran need be treated with the utmost skepticism and scrutiny.
Andrew Sullivan / The Daily Dish:
The Results As They Came In  —  Yes, this obviously was a “divine assessment”.  They didn't even attempt to disguise the fraud.  Which, to me, tells me they panicked.  This graph is a red flag to Iran and the world.
gary's choices:
Iran's political coup  —  If the reports coming out of Tehran about an electoral coup are sustained, then Iran has entered an entirely new phase of its post-revolution history.  One characteristic that has always distinguished Iran from the crude dictators in much of the rest of the Middle East …
Abbas Barzegar / Guardian:
Wishful thinking from Tehran  —  Since the revolution, academics and pundits have predicted the collapse of the Iranian regime.  This week, they did no better  —  I have been in Iran for exactly one week covering the 2009 Iranian election carnival.  Since I arrived, few here doubted …
tehranbureau:
Alerts from Tehran  —  *Hour/time given U.S. Eastern (unless otherwise noted)  —  From Iran expert Farideh Farhi in Hawaii  —  What happened in Iran was not only a stolen election (which is different from a selection), it was a brazenly stolen election against a people who in unprecedented numbers …
Daniel Pipes Blog:
Rooting for Ahmadinejad  —  The heart and the head sometimes go in different directions, and they do for me today as Iranians go to the polls to vote in their country's semi-legitimate presidential elections.  —  Many problems afflict those elections - including restrictions on who may run for president …
Bill Keller / New York Times:   Reverberations as Door Slams on Hopes of Change
tehranbureau:
Faulty Election Data
Andrew Sullivan / The Daily Dish:
Follow-Up On Earlier Posts
Discussion: ATTACKERMAN
Teymoor Nabili / Aljazeera:
Mousavi sees election hopes dashed
Discussion: The Daily Dish
CNN:
White House monitoring ‘reports of irregularities’ in Iran
Discussion: Washington Monthly
minutemenamericandefense.org:
Statement From M.A.D Officers  —  Rule Of Law Without Excuse  —  Minuteman American Defense (M.A.D.) and its officers wish to submit this following statement:  —  First we wish to offer our deepest regrets to the Flores family of Arivaca, Arizona for the loss of their loved ones by this terrible event.
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KVOA-TV:
Head of a minuteman group arrested for double homicide  —  TUCSON, AZ - Three people have been arrested in connection with last months deadly double homicide in Arivaca that left a nine-year-old and her father dead.  One of the people arrested for the homicide is the National Executive Director …
Ed Morrissey / Hot Air:
Video: Obama auto team called shareholder lawyer a “terrorist”  —  When we last left the negotiations between Chrysler's senior bondholders and Barack Obama's auto task force, Thomas Lauria and his clients alleged that the government used intimidation tactics and threatened to sic …
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MsUnderestimated:
Well, There Is One ‘Terrorist’ Obama Won't Bend Over For (VIDEO)
Discussion: Riehl World View
Bloomberg:
Durbin cashed out during big stock collapse  —  As U.S. stock markets plummeted last September, the Senate's No. 2 Democrat, Dick Durbin, sold more than $115,000 worth of stocks and mutual-fund shares and used much of the money to invest in Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc.
Discussion: Don Surber and The American Pundit
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Ed Morrissey / Hot Air:
Durbin cashed out on inside information: Sun-Times
Discussion: Betsy's Page and Michelle Malkin
Dave Altimari / Hartford Courant:
Dodd's Irish Cottage: Was $190,000. Now $658,000
Discussion: RedState and Associated Press
Steve Benen / Washington Monthly:
WHEN DESPERATION GETS UGLY.... The conservative drive to connect violent right-wing extremist James von Brunn, who murdered a guard at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum this week, to the American left continues to confound.  Dave Weigel had a terrific report on this yesterday, including this gem:
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