Summary In a video that has logged millions of views on the Internet since early October, Peter Paul, a felon who helped produce a gala fundraiser for the Democratic Party […]
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Summary During the Democratic portion of the Jan. 5 New Hampshire debate: Obama claimed we are "back where we started two years ago" in Iraq. Actually, all indicators of violence […]
Summary Republican and Democratic candidates participated in double-header debates in New Hampshire Jan. 5 in advance of the state's first-in-the-nation primary. Republicans were up first, and they got a little […]
Q: Are presidential signing statements unconstitutional?
A: Probably not. But they don’t have much impact, either.
Q: Does Obama have a real estate problem?
A: A political patron from whom he bought a strip of land is under federal indictment, but there’s no evidence Obama did anything improper.
No cameras doesn’t mean no fumbles at Democratic debate.
John Edwards’ new ad says that when he’s in the Oval Office, he’ll tell Congress to act within six months to make sure all Americans have health insurance or “I’m going to use my power as president to take your health care away from you.” First he’s going to have to throw out the Constitution, though.
Mitt Romney casts himself as tough on illegal immigration in a new ad in which he says that, as Massachusetts governor, “I authorized the State Police to enforce immigration laws.” He doesn’t mention that his order never took effect.
On his Web site, Rudy Giuliani claims that he grew New York City’s police force by 12,000 officers between his inauguration as mayor in January 1994 and mid-2000. That’s just not true.
Summary President Bush played loose with the facts in his address to the nation Thursday night as he tried to convince the American public that the surge in U.S. troops […]