After his super PACs flooded the airwaves with millions of dollars' worth of ads in a state where nearly half of the homeowners are underwater, Mitt Romney talked about whom he wants to represent.
The more I watch the current crop of Republican presidential hopefuls the more it is obvious that we are in a 21st-century society being governed by 18th- and 19th-century thinking.
David J. Climenhaga
Former Alberta Health Services Chair Ken Hughes's plans to be elected as Conservative MLA in Calgary West have gone spectacularly awry.
The Republican caucuses in Iowa, with their cliffhanger ending, confirmed two key political points and left a third virtually ignored.
Back when Barack Obama was still just a U.S. senator running for president, he told a group of donors in a New Jersey suburb, "Make me do it."
Last Sunday in Stratford I saw Seana McKenna play Shakespeare's Richard III in a stunning version of that amazing play. It was also deeply relevant to us politically.
Robert Parry in In These Times examines how Paul Ryan's budget test would turn health care for the elderly into one big free-market death panel.