Statements we say are True
The very first meal on the surface of the moon was the Holy Communion.
"The government does not need a warrant to read your old emails."
Americans spend more than $160 billion and 6 billion hours per year complying with the tax code.
"State law says that once the state appraises a piece of property, they can only pay it a certain amount above appraisal."
Says by rejecting an expansion of Medicaid under the new law, Georgia was depriving 25,000 veterans of health care coverage.
"The Senate immigration bill is … filled with things like rewards for au pair agencies, Alaskan seafood processors and Vegas casinos."
"It is against the law for the NSA to record or monitor Americans’ phone calls without getting a specific FISA warrant to do so."
Bob Barr has changed his position on the Defense of Marriage Act over the years.
"(T)he United States government and its Constitution says that people can be put to death."
The Pink Pony club in DeKalb County has never been cited for any violation of an ordinance or state law.
The proposed raises for the Norcross City Council would put it in line with other liked-sized communities.
"Despite having their budget increased by over 40 percent since 2009 … pending claims for benefits with the (Department of Veterans Affairs) have increased from 391,000 to 890,000 under the Obama Administration."
Cobb is one of the largest school systems (in the nation) that is debt free.
"More than 80 percent of Americans believe we need to have universal background checks."
Felony crimes in the city of Atlanta are the lowest they have been since 1969.
Says that except for foreign policy, Ron Paul’s voting record and his voting record are virtually identical.
"A majority of Americans agree with" a ban on assault weapons. "And by the way, so did Ronald Reagan."
"Forty-seven percent of (members of Congress) are millionaires."
Odds of winning the Monopoly Millionaire instant win game are 1 in 3.27.
"Spending of government money is 17 percent less than it was a decade ago."
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