Statements we say are Half-True
A provision of the Senate immigration bill would require you to have government permission to get a second job.
"The U.S. Postal Service doesn’t run on your tax dollars. It’s funded solely by stamps and postage."
The city of Brookhaven’s ordinance could cause the Pink Pony to close, thereby "putting 300 Pink Pony employees out of work in this economy."
"Georgia is nearly 50 percent Democratic and (the Republican majority) diminished our voting strength to 32 percent through gerrymandered maps."
Electricity rates are 40 percent higher in states that have required utility companies to use a certain amount of renewable energy such as solar power.
Corporate tax holidays pushed by Presidents John F. Kennedy and George W. Bush brought "billions" of dollars back into the United States.
"The violent crime rate in America is the same as it was in 1968, yet our prison system has grown by over 500 percent."
The federal government could save $500 million annually by circulating $1 coins instead of $1 bills.
Fewer Democrats were on the Georgia general election ballot in 2012 than in more than 100 years.
The state of Georgia lost 16 percent of its employees last year, and that percentage has risen over the past three years.
There are about 120,000 solar energy jobs in the United States, but only 1,700 of them are in Georgia.
Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq have cost every U.S. family $45,000.
Says state Senate leaders have accepted $142,400 in campaign contributions from dentists and pharmacists during the past two years.
"Do you know those former Soviet Bloc countries have all moved to flat taxes?"
About 3 percent of Gov. Nathan Deal’s appointments have been African-American.
The decision to remove Chick-fil-A from Emory University was based solely on student feedback.
The Internal Revenue Service spent $60,000 on a "Star Trek" training video.
In South Carolina, women earn 76 cents on the dollar to men’s earnings.
"In the last two years, I have supported and proposed $155 billion worth of targeting cuts. Dr. Gingrey has presented zero."
The city of Nelson, Ga., is "quieter than Mayberry."
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