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Daily Kos boss Markos Moulitsas thinks that conservatives typically come off as angry and resentful, and in a Monday post he argued that's because culturally, economically, and politically, the world "has left them behind...[T]hey've created an
The Conservative minister behind the widely condemned Fair Elections Act came under fire again in the House of Commons Wednesday. NDP Leader Tom Mulcair called Pierre Poilievre a "lightweight." CP Video Video Opposition MPs rained questions on the
Max 21° Min 14° Obama warns Republicans suppressing vote NZ Newswire April 12, 2014, 10:18 am US President Barack Obama has warned that Republicans are suppressing the right of African Americans to vote in a way not seen in 50 years. In unusually
Faced with a strong prospect of losing control of the Senate in November, Democrats have begun a high-stakes effort to try to overcome one of their party's big weaknesses: voters who don't show up for midterm elections. The party's Senate campaign
Vice President Joe Biden is promoting a Democratic Party effort to expand voter access to the ballot box. In an online video released Monday by the Democratic National Committee, Biden urges Americans to fight "voter suppression efforts nationwide"
Video Video The Globe and Mail Editorial cartoon The origin of such bills lies not in any high-minded desire to make elections fairer or root out voter fraud. They are blatant attempts to tilt the playing field in favour of a party that has been
This is a headline we should never see in the United States: "Federal Judge: Yes, Arizona and Kansas Can Require Voters To Prove Their Citizenship." The fact that this issue would be disputed at all is astonishing...That the prime mover in initiating
Opinion There is no doubt that Americans regret giving control of the House to Republicans. In addition to breaking records for being unproductive, the approval rating of the Republican-controlled 113th Congress is <
The Kansas Senate has given first-round approval to a proposal from the state Republican Party to make it harder for voters to switch parties before primary elections. The Senate's voice vote Wednesday advanced the bill to another, final vote.
Control of the Senate is the Holy Grail of the 2014 elections. And elections can be decided with money. Perhaps no two people in America are more familiar with that concept than Charles and David Koch, the http://www.theguardian.com/