The new year approaches, and your AJC PolitiFact Georgia team is growing misty-eyed.
Although we launched only six months ago, we already have cherished memories of pants we've burned, or slightly singed.
As the AJC Truth-O-Meter winds down for the year, we thought we would share a few of those moments when we smelled flames.
Here, in chronological order, are the summaries of some of our favorite untruths and misrepresentations of 2010:
Last week's themes were money and power.
AJC PolitiFact Georgia used the Truth-O-Meter on General Assembly Republicans, who stripped power from Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle and cheerily called it a "power-sharing agreement.”
We tested former President George W. Bush on his record on the national debt.
And to mark the start of Atlanta's fledgling bid to bring back the Super Bowl, we looked at the last time the game came to town. The Atlanta Sports Council said its economic impact was $292 million. Was it really that much?
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