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One fish, two fish...

It’s National Poetry Day and party conference season here in the UK. Which naturally brought my thoughts to verse..

One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish. 502 more words


Cruz, Rubio, and Clarity in the GOP race

by Scott Rasmussen  at TownHall:

“Despite the oversized field and non-traditional candidates, the battle for the Republican presidential nomination is starting to shape up in familiar ways. 212 more words

National Politics

UN Envoy: Congo Political Tensions High Ahead of 2016 Vote

The U.N. envoy for Congo says political tensions are running high ahead of 2016 legislative and presidential elections and human rights violations related to the electoral process are increasing. 106 more words


Who owns your candidate?

It’s a new era of American politics. With regard to campaign finance, the Citizens United Supreme Court ruling — and the arguably worse McCutcheon v. FEC ruling — opened the doors to unrestricted corporate funding of our national elections. 97 more words


10.08.15: Guarenas

El Nacional publishes a piece today in which it argues that the PSUV is trying to buy votes for the December 6 Parliamentary elections with programs that give out free appliances and subsidized groceries. 1,015 more words


Election Commission Chairman Robert Meyers

It’s Election Day and that means voters across the city will be heading to the polls.

The polling locations are open until 7 p.m.

Election Commission Chair Robert Meyers stopped by with what you need to know, before you go! 22 more words

Live At 9

CJAD's Mount Royal Debate

Listen in to the candidate’s debate that took place live on CJAD between Anthony Housefather, Robert Libman and Mario Rimbao. Radio host Tommy Schnurmacher ably moderated the discussion. 148 more words

Anthony Housefather