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Johnson unveils manifesto for Brexit Britain

Telford - Prime Minister Boris Johnson pledged Sunday to take Britain out of the EU by January 31, then set about reinvigorating public services as he launched his Conservative Party's general election manifesto.

Beating Boris: Race to replace UK's May kicks off

London - The contest to replace Theresa May as Britain's next leader heated up on Monday, with candidates lining up to define themselves against the "bluff and bluster" of frontrunner Boris Johnson.

Op-Ed: Corbyn does well as May's election gamble fails

London - Britain has held its general election and the country has decided that it will not give Theresa May and her Conservative Party an increased majority. Where does this leave the U.K. now?

Op-Ed: Republicans' best trick yet — Making Paul Ryan seem reasonable

Washington - Just when you thought the U.S. Congress couldn't get more out-of-touch with the American people they're supposed to be representing comes this: the House of Representatives has picked Rep. Paul Ryan to be speaker.

Alberta remains largely blue after federal election Special

Edmonton - The "orange wave" that shook Alberta following the provincial election in May did not translate into an increase in federal NDP seats.

Perry drops out of race for Republican presidential nomination

Saint Louis - Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry dropped out of the crowded race for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination on Friday after an abbreviated campaign that failed to generate enough early support to qualify for nationally televised debates.

Op-Ed: 2015 Canadian election could see big changes

It looks like the looming Canadian federal election will be close. But there may be big changes in the next parliament with a new government in place.

UK elections: Socialist candidate gets no votes, demands recount

Rainham - It wasn't a very good day to be Paul Dennis, who was a candidate for the Trade Union and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) in Rainham North, in Kent. He was deeply embarrassed because results showed that he got no votes during the U.K.'s local elections.

Op-Ed: Wake of Tory election triumph sees new poverty warning

As David Cameron celebrates five more years as the U.K. Prime Minister by raising a glass of champagne, a new report casts a shadow over the state of poverty in Britain.

Op-Ed: Are liberals healthier than conservatives?

According to some new research, people of a liberal political persuasion tend to live for longer, and healthier, than those more inclined to conservative philosophy.

Double blow for British PM on eve of party conference

Doncaster - British Prime Minister David Cameron suffered a double blow as a minister resigned in a sex scandal and a lawmaker defected to eurosceptic party UKIP on the eve of the Sunday opening of his Conservative party's conference.

Rand Paul: 'There are always perceptions of what is extreme'

With The New York Times and NBC's "Meet The Press" seeking to tether him to his father's Libertarian positions, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) defended his cause and his father alike.

Senator Rand Paul: American voters want 'someone like me' in 2016

In an appearance on FOX News Monday night, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) almost announced his bid for the White House, saying Americans want "someone like myself."

Op-Ed: Conservative attorney may be recent-target of administration

Conservative attorney may the latest but not the last victim of a corrupt liberal administration. Attacking on all levels, in order to secure the destruction of careers, lives, and country.

Unethical behaviour: Gordon Barnhart asked to identify Senators Special

Ottawa - Senator Marjory LeBreton says former Clerk of the Senate Gordon Barnhart was "absolutely right" when he revealed disturbing tendencies on the part of some Senators, and Senator Gerald Comeau wants the names.

Kentucky residents protest IRS

Louisville - Opponents of the IRS and its recent targeting of conservative groups have been protesting across the nation; it's no different in the state of Kentucky where protesters took to the streets with a surprisingly Libertarian stance against the IRS.

Op-Ed: Gays will sexualize, destroy and ruin Boy Scouts-NOM-Brian Brown

Brian Brown of the National Organization for Marriage came out a couple of days ago and said "It was the beginning of the end for what was once one of America's most noble organizations." I knew as a Libertarian Republican I was going to again, cringe.

Op-Ed: Facing tough media questions on IRS scandal a royal pain

Facing tough media questions on what is another scandal plaguing the Obama Administration, we are once again hearing the same worn out excuse, I know nothing.

California's budget deficit is gone, Gov. Jerry Brown declares

Sacramento - The Liberal Democrat Governor has introduced a plan that would give California a long-awaited surplus of $1 billion; the Governor also wants to renew funding of education and social programs.

Op-Ed: Allen West — An American Patriot

Though straight-forward and rough around the edges, Lt. Col. and Congressman Allen West lives for patriotism and defending the Constitution of the United States.

Op-Ed: Conservative Erick Erickson — 'This is not the place for you'

In what has seemingly become an unending parade of extremist ideals and references to the "Great Confederacy", a few voices are beginning to stand apart from the lunacy.

CNN's Dana Loesch physically molested by TSA in Phoenix airport

Phoenix - CNN contributor and conservative radio host, Dana Loesch, says that TSA agents molested her over the weekend at the Phoenix airport, while refusing her a public screening.

Should Canada's public servants be able to opt out of union dues?

Ottawa - Conservative Member of Parliament Pierre Poilievre said that Canada's largest union of federal civil servants should not have endorsed Quebec's separatist parties and is now calling for legislation that would allow workers to opt out of paying union dues.

New releases may not help box office but '2016' doing well

The box office is in the doldrums as kids head back to school and now, football is starting, so why no mention of the success of a documentary? After all, when headlines are scarce at the box office, one must look a little deeper.

What type of conservative are you? Manning Centre launches survey

Toronto - Do you know what type of conservative you are? Are you a closet Canadian libertarian? The Manning Centre for Building Democracy has launched a new questionnaire that asks you 15 questions. At the end of it, you will see what type of right-winger you are.

Op-Ed: Things I will no longer write about, because they are not news

Every morning I scan the headlines looking for things to write about. And I've come to the conclusion that there are things that are not really deserving of your attention because they do not qualify as news.

New Obama video reminds voters Romney is 'severely conservative'

Washington - President Barack Obama's campaign released a new video on Wednesday that portrays the likely GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney as a "severely conservative" politician who does not care about the middle class and has promised to end Planned Parenthood.

Is Danielle Smith Canada's next big political juggernaut?

Calgary - Danielle Smith, leader of the Wildrose Party, is looking to defeat Alison Redford's Progressive Conservatives and form a government on Apr. 23. If she succeeds, will Smith become a force to reckon with in the future?

Study: 1% of Canadians hold very favourable view of politicians

Toronto - A new study by the conservative think tank organization the Manning Centre found that an overwhelming majority of Canadians find their public officials "unprincipled," "dishonest," "lazy" and "incompetent."

Op-Ed: Let's declare a national war on stupidity, treat it as a disease

What if the Surgeon General were to declare "stupidity" a disease and the National Institutes of Health were to declare a National Emergency and manpower and money were utilized to eliminate stupidity from the human condition? That would be cool!
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