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Photographs show Presidents Clinton and Bush peering through binoculars with the lens caps still in place.
Photograph captures Senator Tom Daschle saluting the flag with the wrong hand.
Photograph captures President George W. Bush holding a book upside-down in a classroom.
Photograph shows Senator John Kerry shaking hands with Anton LaVey, founder of the Church of Satan.
Photograph shows Senator John Kerry seated near Jane Fonda at a 1970 anti-war rally.
Photograph shows Senator John Kerry sharing a speaker's platform with Jane Fonda at an anti-war rally.
Photograph shows note scrawled by President Bush requesting a bathroom break during a U.N. meeting.
Photograph shows President Bush holding a telephone to his ear upside-down.
Photograph shows a veteran wearing a "bullshit protector" flap over his ear during a speech by Ted Kennedy.
Photograph shows sign welcoming visitors to Connecticut and apologizing for President George W. Bush.
Photograph shows flag-draped coffins arrayed around the Reflecting Pool in Washington, D.C.
Photographs show anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan sitting in an empty tent at a book signing.
Photograph shows a Mexican national flag flown above an upside-down U.S. flag during a high school student protest over immigration reform.
Photographs show placard-bearing Muslim protesters in London.
Photograph shows U.S. troops in Iraq holding up a sign mocking comments by Senator John Kerry.
Photographs show backpacks and clothing discarded at an Arizona rest area used by illegal immigrants.
Video clip shows an Australian politician being interviewed about an oil tanker spill.
Photograph shows Alaska governor Sarah Palin posing in a U.S. flag bikini while holding a rifle.
Photograph shows Michelle Obama serving a government funded soup kitchen meal to a person with an expensive cell phone.
Photograph shows representatives playing solitaire on their laptop computers during a legislative session.
Photograph shows a Minnesota billboard bearing a picture of smiling President George W. Bush and the legend "Miss Me Yet?"
Photograph shows a demonstrator at an immigration protest threatening to "shoot more Arizona police."
Photographs show activists displaying defaced U.S. and Arizona state flags during a protest over an Arizona immigration law.
Photograph shows a wooden box covering a statue of George Washington at an NAACP event.
Images document a Hamas-organized mass wedding of adult men and pre-pubescent girls in the Gaza Strip.
Image shows an "Ode to the Welfare State" published in a 1949 newspaper.
Photographs show politically themed floats from a German parade.
Photograph shows Alexandra Svoboda, a protester hurt during a confrontation with police in Rhode Island.
Photograph shows a Ron Paul supporter sneaking a message into a photograph with Barack Obama.
Photograph shows shooting victim Trayvon Martin flipping off the camera.
Photograph shows a Jewish baby stoned by Arabs.
Video features a North Korean propaganda report on life in the United States.
Photograph shows the chief of Brazil's Kayapó tribe weeping over the approval of a hydroelectric dam project.
Photograph shows a young Nancy Pelosi as "Miss Lube Rack."
Photograph shows a service technician who was dragged off a motor scooter and beaten by a mob of "Trayvon crazed thugs."
Photograph shows a Christian woman raped and murdered by Muslims in Syria.
Photograph shows Mount Rushmore obscured by a helicopter-suspended sheet during the government shutdown.
Images show advertisements intended to encourage young people to sign up for health insurance coverage.
Image shows Salvation Army bell ringers posing with a sign reading 'Gays Not Allowed.'
Photograph shows Mohammed Fazl, a Taliban prisoner exchanged for U.S. soldier Bowe Bergdahl, posing with severed heads.
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