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The Six-Year Rule: Why U.S. Presidents Have Such Short Shelf Lives

David Martin | Posted 10.04.2013 | Canada Politics
David Martin

The six-year rule is a simple arithmetic formula that dictates that an American president has run his effective course after six years in office. After that, he's pretty well useless and might as well step down. Skeptical? See Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush.

Bill Clinton Sing 'Blurred Lines'

HuffPost Canada Music | Posted 07.26.2013 | Canada Music

Another day, another take on Robin Thicke's increasingly inescapable song-of-the-summer 'Blurred Lines.' But this one is particularly inspired. Re...

Obama's Foreign Policy: Not so Progressive

Davide Mastracci | Posted 01.23.2014 | Canada Politics
Davide Mastracci

2012-11-05-electionbannerreal.jpg In a couple of days, the American populace will elect the next President. Numerous self-identified "progressive" voters have endorsed the Obama campaign, stating that while Barack Obama is certainly not perfect, he is far better than Mitt Romney. However, one of the major areas that have been largely ignored is Obama's foreign policy record in the Middle East.

If You're a Politician, We Deserve to See Your Taxes

Diane Francis | Posted 10.05.2012 | Canada Politics
Diane Francis

Mitt Romney has every right in the world to keep his tax returns private, but not as a Presidential candidate. To some, Americans may appear to be going too far, but not to me. In Canada and other mature parliamentary democracies, politicians disclose assets, liabilities and income to a "conflict" commissioner, not to the public. Summaries are available but details are not and tax returns are not disclosed to anyone. Full disclosure should be required. For every politician.

Becoming President in Five Simple Steps

Mark Jeffries | Posted 05.16.2012 | Canada Business
Mark Jeffries

When delivered at the right time to the right person, using these five keys creates a strong and successful influence that will work for you many times over and might even turn you into the next President!