Archive for the ‘Politics’ Category

In my 4th year Political Communications seminar (POLS 419), we were asked to create a politically-focused ad campaign.  Given our interest in electoral reform, my partner Steven Venner & I decided to focus our campaign on electoral reform, specifically, a federal change to the MMP system.  We chose FairVote Canada as our fictional client because […]


Apparently Queen’s holds a grudge. At least, the buildings on campus do. For those of you who are unaware, in late fall of 2008 the Queen’s Arts & Science Undergraduate Society President, Jacob Mantle, a then-3rd year Politics student, commented “I like your Taliban picture” on friend’s Facebook photo. The photo showed two girls wearing […]


The United States’ very own Capitol Hill Barbie announced earlier this week that she would be abandoning her position as governor of Alaska.  While this is not altogether surprising, given the ongoing media frenzy surrounding her antics and those of her children, one has to wonder whether Sarah Palin is gone for good or just […]