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Curating Courthouse Confessions

Photographer Steven Hirsch offers New York's accused what the law often won't—a listening ear.

Politics

Gelf Magazine's Guide to the American Electorate

Presenting our taxonomy of political stereotypes.

Politics

A Most American of Communists

Libero Della Piana, chairman of the NY State Communist Party, appraises the presidential election.

Politics

Hitting Below the Beltway

Ana Marie Cox, the original Wonkette, reflects on a life of blogging superstardom and changing the political reporting game.

Politics

A Big Tent Party, After All?

The Log Cabin Republicans are a group within the GOP fighting for GLBT rights. "Huh," say you? That's what we thought.

Politics

The Election's Greatest Hits

What are the most overhyped non-stories of the presidential election to date? Gelf fist-jabs its way through the media morass to bring you the cream of the crap.

Politics

Notes from the Weather Underground

A 2003 documentary on the radical group known as the Weathermen could shed some light on the relationship between Barack Obama and Bill Ayers.

Politics

An Interview with Kurt Schmoke

The former Baltimore mayor talks to Gelf about 'The Wire' and how the failed War on Drugs is keeping his city down.

Law

Friends of the Court, with Benefits

Professor Paul Collins tells Gelf how he used statistics to understand the true power of amicus curiae briefs on the Supreme Court.

Books

Trying to Understand Clarence Thomas

Thomas's biographer talks to Gelf about the strange inconsistencies and inner turmoil of the most politically conservative Supreme Court justice.

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