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Class Conscience

Whatever their professed values, when it comes to the ballot box, rich people are out for themselves.


Ballot Blocks

Every year, it gets harder to vote. We have our elected officials to thank for that.


Queen Elizabeth II’s Ghosts

In between smiling, waving, and running up a $400 million annual bill, the late Queen Elizabeth II was the face of some pretty bad stuff during her seven-decade reign.


Broken Records

If you can’t carry a tune, you can’t take the White House. Here are some of the more memorable campaign songs in American history.


Constitutional Calcification

The process for constitutional amendment is an uphill battle. Since 1789, almost 12,000 amendments have been proposed — but only 27 have passed. It’s been 50 years since one has made its way to the states for ratification.