I love early commemorative U.S. coins. These are some of my favorites and the stories behind them.
In the early 00’s, Jessica Simpson was a superstar. Before the end of the decade, she was finished as a musician.
It’s hard to believe that only one Supreme Court justice (who wasn’t previously President) has ever been on a government-issued coin.
George H.W. Bush passed away on Friday at the age of 94. Read about his indirect but important role in Richard Nixon’s comeback.
Rudy Giuliani once seemed like the next President and even tried using the same blueprint that worked for Richard Nixon.
For something that comes around once a decade (unless you’re in Texas), it’s no surprise that redistricting generates a ton of litigation.
Henry Clay may have failed to win the Presidency on five different occasions, but that doesn’t mean he wasn’t on a lot of tokens.
Is Ted Cruz’s firm Morgan, Lewis & Bockius a hotbed of liberal activism? Yes, according to his opponent David Dewhurst