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How many people, let alone a soon-to-be 71-year-old who has a three-story $100 million dollar penthouse in his own building, do you know that would want to put up daily with what Trump does? I can't imagine if Drumph had a choice of two doors, one his old life and one this one, he'd stay in the present.
The first White House state dinner in 19 years for a Canadian leader will be happening right in the heat of primary season.
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The NBA and Stanley Cup finals apparently gave Republican Party officials an idea. As the list of declared Republican presidential candidates approaches the number of qualifying teams in a professiona...
Let's play THE GAME OF LIFE (Alberta LGBTQ Youth Edition) as we go through Mr. Prentice's statement pulling back Bill 10.
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OTTAWA - New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie emerged Friday from a meeting with Prime Minister Stephen Harper touting the relationship between Canada and the U.S. — but saying little else.The potential Rep...
CALGARY - New Jersey's governor says delaying the Keystone XL pipeline sends a bad message to investors, stunts the growth of the Canadian oilsands industry and is no way to treat a key ally of the Un...
I always thought that when the United States elected its first female president that it would be a nail biter -- a down-to-the-wire race that would keep us up late on election night before it was official. But Hillary Clinton's presidency is shaping up to be a coronation.
It's been a season of startling crisis-management parallels between the worlds of business and politics. An American politician who so artfully swung his scandal-slaying dagger and dealt with a crisis head-on, contrasted with our Prime Minister who let his credibility evaporate through evasion.
WASHINGTON - As far as political apologies go, this one was an epic, running the emotional gamut of a Hollywood blockbuster and the feature-length screen time of one hour, 48 minutes.Left unresolved i...
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was the star attraction at the delayed opening of the Republican convention in Tampa -- but he was almost upstaged by the nominee's wife: Ann Romney. In short, judging from speeches at its delayed start (Hurricane Isaac), Romney's appeal should leap forward.
It is disturbing that as the United States flounders through one of the most precipitate declines of prestige and economic and fiscal strength in its generally upwardly mobile history, there is such a scarcity of galvanizing candidates to take the headship of the country.