Columnists
Duncan Cameron | Close observers of U.S. politics were surprised to see Newt Gingrich win the South Carolina primary. Of equal surprise to Canadians was seeing Gingrich single out Stephen Harper in his victory speech.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | The Republican caucuses in Iowa, with their cliffhanger ending, confirmed two key political points and left a third virtually ignored.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | 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."
Podcast
Mordecai Briemberg | Despite substantial evidence of election fraud and repression of mass mobilization against the coup last June, Canada and the United States recognize the new president.
News
Kshama Ranawana | Deeply divided Sri Lankan citizens go to the polls on Jan. 26 to vote in a president in its first major post-war electoral exercise.
Podcast
Mordecai Briemberg | On November 29, the leaders of the coup in Honduras held an election that most of the population boycotted. B.C. Teachers Federation president Irene Lanzinger was there.
Blog
Dave Markland | Officials are ready to announce that Karzai won less than half the vote in the Aug. 20 elections. The Obama administration supports a deal to avert a run-off vote.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | There's another kind of change in politics: not marking it but making it. It's unclear whether Barack Obama will initiate this kind of active change.
Columnists
Jerry West | In less than a week what is possibly the worst administration that the United States has ever had will be over. The question remains: how much will things change?
RabbleTV
Michael Moore | Michael Moore's feature film about his 2004 tour across the United States to try and get the American youth to vote.