Hillary Clinton could call for a recount and Jill Stein just raised enough money to do it

BY: MIROSLAV TOMOSKI It’s back! And just in time for Thanksgiving! This election has reared its ugly head from the grave enough times to put Jason Voorhees and Freddy Kruger to such shame they would never return to haunt again.…

Dawn of the Final Day: Get used to hearing the words President Donald Trump

BY: MIROSLAV TOMOSKI At some point in the night, things got weird and there are no other words to describe the sharp burst of confused laughter that split the room when we realised it wasn’t a joke. President Elect, Donald…

What ten months on the campaign trail taught me about the next four years

BY: MIROSLAV TOMOSKI A huge part of all of our lives is about to die on Tuesday night and after ten sleep-deprived months in the gutter across more than 20 states I just might miss it. Not least of all…

How to navigate the US Presidential Election night

BY: ZOE MELNYK Does anyone else feel like this election has been going on for decades and that it would never actually end? Well, the day that basically everyone in the entire world has been waiting for is three days away on…

Gay dating app Grindr is pushing its users to vote this election for one very important reason

BY: SAMANTHA TAPP Grindr, a gay-dating app, is urging its American users to get out, get loud and vote. Before the huge presidential debate on September 26th, the app took a poll on their American users’ opinions on the upcoming election…

Trump is using an old Clinton strategy to tear down women and it’s backfiring

BY: MIROSLAV TOMOSKI Nothing good has ever come of a brooding late-night rant on social media. It’s often the kind of thing that is exclusive to jilted ex-lovers and sudden revelations that were discovered at the bottom of a bottle.…

Watching the presidential debate from Canada’s largest cannabis lounge

BY: MIROSLAV TOMOSKI What a night for the Great American Bloodsport! And what better place to watch it than from behind a well secured border with the Detroit River between us? Hyped-up to the level of a heavyweight match the…

Bernie delegates walked out on Clinton for the Green Party’s first female candidate

BY: MIROSLAV TOMOSKI The man with the llama said he was going to city hall and who were we to stop him? “It’s an alpaca,” He made a point to correct the passersby on the thirty-four-block hike up Broad Street.…

Bernie supporters marched over a hundred miles to join protesters at the DNC

BY: MIROSLAV TOMOSKI They call themselves a coalition of ordinary citizens who have gathered to demand fair elections. When the group set out on a 135-mile march from Washington DC to the Democratic National Convention (DNC) in Philadelphia, they were…

With the rise of voter fraud claims, Americans are getting really pissed off

  BY: M.TOMOSKI Eyebrows rose unnaturally high early February at the idea that a coin toss could decide the Iowa Caucuses. Despite the confusion, those were the official rules, and anyone who has spent hours shuffling from one side of…

Selling the Circus in Dixie: When Black Lives Matter Becomes Black Votes Matter

BY: M.TOMOSKI It’s hard to keep your eyes off a bunch of grown men losing all inhibition and sense of dignity when running for what ought to be the most respectable job in the world. Up until now, the Democrats…

Freedom or Death in the Granite State: Clinton is trying to guilt feminists into voting for her

M. TOMOSKI On the morning of the New Hampshire primary, rumours were circulating that Bill Clinton had been angry about the way the campaign was being run. That poorly timed leak led everyone in the media to believe that someone…

Strange Days in Corn Country: The Clinton Coin-toss shows the immaturity of the political race

BY: M. TOMOSKI It was four in the morning, and I was somewhere in Illinois by the time the Democratic caucus results finally came in from Iowa. The entire night seemed to be a symptom of the chaotic enthusiasm each…

Strange Days in Corn Country: Why Trump supporters are torn between shame and obssession

M. TOMOSKI The Trump Show After seven hours on the road, I crossed the Mississippi into Davenport tired, thirsty and with no notion of what to expect ahead of the official start of the 2016 Presidential Election. It all came…

Young voters are feeling the Bern and Hillary Clinton is feeling the pressure

M. TOMOSKI Just months ago, with no opposition and big money supporters like Goldman Sachs, Hillary Clinton was bound for a free ride back to the White House. But as Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump announced their candidacy, Americans on…