Blog
Scott Vrooman | Instead of dismissing angry, alienated Canadians as racist bumpkins, we should try to convince them that the fight for economic justice is their fight too.
Blog
Stephen Harper
David J. Climenhaga | Could Prime Minister Stephen Harper be asking, this time, too much of an electorate he treats like a bunch of dummies? Naw… What could possibly go wrong?
Blog
Ric McIver
David J. Climenhaga | Jim Prentice has revealed himself to be the Mitt Romney of Alberta politics: just the right amount of grey in his hair for appearance to triumph over substance.
Blog
Naheed Nenshi
David J. Climenhaga | No major natural event happens without political consequences. The floods that hit Southern Alberta will be no different, and they will likely do Premier Alison Redford no harm.
Blog
Preston Manning
David J. Climenhaga | Oh no! Another bright spark with a digital recorder seems to have gone to a meeting.
Blog
David J. Climenhaga | Premier Redford seems to be labouring under the impression that if she can persuade U.S. President Barack Obama to OK the Keystone XL pipeline, all will be forgiven. Not necessarily.
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.
Blog
Tom Flanagan
David J. Climenhaga | It is not known when adherents of the Canadian neocon faith will elect their new spiritual leader -- although it's possible Preston Manning is available for the job.
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.
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.
Blog
"Harpercrite" by William Prettie, used with permission
David J. Climenhaga | As Tuesday's U.S. presidential election illustrates, Conservative parties face the prospect of having to adapt to new realities, or die.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | Obama won re-election despite $400 million by the Republican campaign to defeat him. Fully 80 per cent of individual contributions to the Romney campaign were large individual contributions.