Columnists
Rick Salutin | This country's electoral system is an insult to Canadians and a humiliation before the world, most of which doesn't use it. The first order of our new government should be to kill it.
News
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Mark Dance, Stephen Middleton | A lot of people don't vote. Do they have a point? Is the problem low voter turnout or is low turnout a symptom of a flawed system?
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.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | You may have noticed that the Green Party presidential candidate, Dr. Jill Stein, was absent from the "town hall" presidential debate the other night. That's because she was shackled to a chair.
Blog
Democracy Watch | Today Democracy Watch called for democratic changes to Quebec's political system in response to the clear crisis of low voter turnout in the last provincial election.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | The briefest glance still proves how undemocratic our system is, in which you merely need more votes than other candidates, to arrive "first past the post," and win a seat.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | What if the problem is elections, not democracy -- because elections aren't all there is to democracy. That may be hard to absorb, since we tend to equate them.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | Build a movement, or become a normal, centrist party? Recent evidence, and best thinking, suggests fighting Conservatives with democratic movement building is the way forward for the NDP.
Blog
Government structure of Iran
Nima Maleki | The Iranian political system can be confusing to those observing it from the outside. For this reason, this article briefly outlines Iran's formal structure of goverment.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | An interview with David Meslin regarding politics, electoral reform, and the STV referendum in BC.