election-night love

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  • With opponents of the law well ahead in fundraising and polls, they were already terming their election-night events "celebrations."

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Belarus's government Monday voiced "deep regret" over th e sanctions decision, saying the EU ministers ignored "lawlessness and extremism" by election-night protesters in Minsk, the capital.

    EU, U.S. Clamp Down on Belarus

  • What a great country, he told his supporters at an election-night rally at the Citadel in Charleston.

    Challenges Mount for Rick Santorum

  • No, instead of helping viewers make sense of the world and cut through the spin, mainstream outlets are turning over their megaphones to charlatans like Beck and Andrew Breitbart -- the conservative impresario who parlayed the malicious framing of the USDA's Shirley Sherrod into a gig as an election-night commentator at ABC News.

    Craig Aaron: Jon Stewart vs. the Perpetual Panic Conflictinator

  • The 41-year-old was ousted from the hit ABC show during a special election-night program that commemorated the 200th episode of "Dancing."

    Rick Fox Leaves 'Dancing With The Stars'

  • The newspaper published what it said were excerpts of intercepted conversations and seized documents that purportedly show the election-night protest was directed by Polish and German special services.

    Belarus Accuses Germany, Poland of Overthrow Bid

  • Many of them face years in prison on charges of organizing riots, when there is mounting evidence that the election-night violence was staged by the authorities themselves.

    Standing Up to Lukashenko

  • That program was reasonably good (although finding four hours of material four a single night inevitably involves a bit of stretching), and was certainly more compelling than Stewart and Colbert's own fairly insipid election-night extravaganza.

    Nathan Robinson: Britain Finally Gets Its Own Daily Show Equivalent

  • No, instead of helping viewers make sense of the world and cut through the spin, mainstream outlets are turning over their megaphones to charlatans like Beck and Andrew Breitbart - the conservative impresario who parlayed the malicious framing of the USDA's Shirley Sherrod into a gig as an election-night commentator at ABC News.

    Craig Aaron: Jon Stewart vs. the Perpetual Panic Conflictinator

  • It looks like lefty bloggers aren't the only ones irked by ABC News's decision to tap Andrew Breitbart for election-night analysis: People in ABC's newsroom were also caught completely off guard by the news, a newsroom source tells me.

    ABC Taps Andrew Breitbart For Election Night Analysis

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