As the 2010 elections come to a close, the biggest winner of all remains undeclared: the broadcasters.
Anonymous millionaires just helped elect dozens of ultraconservative congressional candidates, by pumping millions of dollars into national Tea Party organizations.
When general dislike becomes the issue...
The votes are in, and while some close races are still being tallied, there is a clear winner from the 2010 elections: Secret corporate cash.
David J. Climenhaga
Fondly do we hope -- fervently do we pray -- that a recovery from BRS awaits Barack Obama.
The stunning rise of the Tea Party -- which seems to have had spillover effects here with Rob Ford's victory -- shows how the wealthy have manipulated the anger following the 2008 financial crash.
Today is the first election in American history in which corporations have been allowed to spend their own money to buy political favours.
Clouds gather over Toronto's farm regions
The green belts and the Places to Grow Act are at risk. This is the saddest legacy from Toronto’s municipal election, an aftershock which to those who voted for Ford will be known as a betrayal.
Parti Québecois leader Pauline Marois has all the qualities necessary to be premier of Quebec, but is still being challenged by members of her party who say she has not been pushing sovereignty enough