Blog
Blaine Higgs
David J. Climenhaga | Clearly conservatives have identified the environment as a potentially fatal weak point for their continued rule and will do their best to persuade Canadians they can be trusted on the green file.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | This isn't the politics of ideas and issues anymore, though it has those. It's the politics of inclusion. Obama's win in the U.S. is the prototype, but only in his second election.
Columnists
Monia Mazigh | The Economist, in its first issues of 2013, ran on its cover a picture of U.S. President Obama wearing a striped shirt and a beret. It was a joke and criticism directed towards his politics.
Blog
Victor Toews
David J. Climenhaga | Thankfully, we have avoided the carnival of gun-show criminality in Canada -- although our cynical government is prepared to sacrifice our safety for the most craven of reasons.
Blog
Richard Nixon
David J. Climenhaga | In the face of a drumbeat of corrosive revelations, Alberta Premier Alison Redford is going to have to sharpen up her game if she wishes to survive.
Columnists
Jerry West | Well, the election circus down south is over. Some people are happy, some are really frothing at the mouth, and most are glad that it is over.
Blog
Perfesser Dave
David J. Climenhaga | A job-killing carbon tax? Perfesser Dave explains why PM Stephen Harper will do the same thing he's accusing the NDP of planning if he manages to get re-elected.
Columnists
Thomas Ponniah | President Obama's victory was not just over Mitt Romney but over the neoliberal vision. The 2012 victory reveals that the public is disillusioned with the conservatives' economic ideology.
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House Republican Leader John Boehner. Photo: republicanconference/Flickr
Gerry Caplan | Obama faces a second term in a country where almost half of the people not only oppose him but often fear and loathe him, while his political adversaries are determined to undermine his every move.
Columnists
Monia Mazigh | Two days ago, the world watched the duel between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Regardless of which side we were supporting, the two men represented the divide of a worn-out American society.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Obama couldn't have done it without Romney. But he couldn't have done it without Occupy Wall Street, either. In fact he needed Occupy Wall Street first, in order to make full, effective use of Romney.
Podcast
Obama Re-elected
Riaz Sayani-Mulji | Kevin Mackay provides post-election analysis on American domestic and foreign policy, the structural problems with the United States electoral system, and more.