What is Democracy? It is the fundamental belief that We the People are adults that can decide how we want to live and can vote -- and sometimes do even more than that -- to shape the world in the way we want to see it.
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Confidence can be very nice, but when you go to see a brain surgeon, you care an awful lot more about skill. If Ed Miliband has the skills to run a country, he certainly hasn't shown it.
The neo-Nazis and immigrant bashers will make a lot of noise, but they offer nothing but hate as an economic solution. The left has a better one, and they are back.
If UKIP really is a "libertarian" party (and the jury is very much still out), and wishes to benefit from the inherent popularity of liberty, then it must prove it.
Back in what now feels like another era, the European Union was a vessel of aspiration whose aims were largely supported by political leaders across t...
Why has the Libertarian Party -- and more importantly, the much broadly based new liberty movement -- failed to make a significant electoral impact, despite its recent tailwinds?
Baroness Ashton has never been elected to anything in her life. Yet she holds one of the most powerful positions in the EU. Should the Baroness really lecture Egypt, or anyone, about democracy?
The Dutch election has been the most difficult in years to handicap as daily headlines about the global economy now seemingly trump fears of Islamic encroachment.
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