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(10/30/13) -

More Canadians & Britons view Edward Snowden as “hero” than “traitor”, Americans split

Three country survey reveals support for Snowden’s leaks, but mixed feelings on government surveillance overall

guns
(12/19/12) -

Obama’s Unique Chance to Alter Gun Status Quo

The debate has to be carried out without a mention of the Second Amendment.

romneyfate
(10/22/12) -

Will Romney Suffer Gore’s Fate in 2012?

Romney’s national surge, particularly after the first presidential debate, did not lead to gains in the states he needs to win in.

twitter
(06/27/12) -

Twitter Not a Safe Haven for Racism in Britain

Despite some welcome changes, there are two issues that have not been addressed fully.

orange
(05/26/12) -

Blue and Orange Political Map Hinders Canadian Liberals

All told, the federal Liberals are losing one-in-five of their voters to the NDP.

evolution
(05/20/12) -

Obama’s Evolution on Same-Sex Marriage

In an election year, Obama’s pronouncement has been deemed controversial.

crown
(05/04/12) -

Uneasy Lies the Head that May Wear a Crown

The fact that republicanist sentiment would subside under William cannot be taken lightly.

quebecpoli
(03/23/12) -

Why NDP Supporters Should Care About Quebec

A Thomas Mulcair-led NDP would finish an election in Quebec nine percentage points higher than the Jack Layton-led NDP in 2011.

primaries
(03/11/12) -

Proportional System Hurts Republicans in U.S.

Mitt Romney is often blamed for failing to close the deal. The primary system is also responsible for this problem.

society
(01/23/12) -

Cameron’s “Big Society” Fizzles Out in Britain

From the start, the main hindrance of the policy was its size.