As someone who has US President Barack Obama as her Facebook profile picture, it is probably pretty obvious that I wanted him to be elected to a second term in the oval office. Supporting Obama also means that I have to fend off criticisms from the roughly 70 million Americans who voted for Republican Mitt
U.S. presidential elections seem to get longer every cycle. A president is hardly moved into the White House now before one or both major political parties start looking for their next candidates.
They say that in politics, a year is a lifetime. This certainly seems true every four years when the United States goes through a presidential election. Although the year has just begun, and the election isn’t until Nov. 6, Democrats and Republicans have been eyeing the 2012 election almost since Barack Obama took the last
It’s that time of year again fellow Canadians (and especially American taxpayers): where all the eager American presidential candidates board the train and ride to “Crazy Town, USA.” Whoops, I meant the White House.
Politics is a dirty game. While reiterating this unfortunate truism isn’t particularly enlightening, it does make for good entertainment. The Ides of March is another installment in a long line of political films showing that there is no such thing as an honest politician. George Clooney’s fourth film as a director, The Ides of March is