Democratic pundit Donna Brazile on CNN said that Republican plans don't give people "an option to even enroll in something that they can afford."
The news of the day was Iran, but that didn't stop former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin from talking about the health care law.
The talking heads are making it awfully difficult to understand what's happening with the health care law. A big problem is that hard data is still hard to come by, so we're left with best-guess estimates, anecdotes and lots of spin.
Fox and Friends host Elisabeth Hasselbeck suggested Census Bureau worker Julius Buckmon admitted to helping fake the nationwide jobs report before the 2012 presidential election. We take a look at the evidence.
On Sunday's Meet the Press, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi defended the health care law and President Barack Obama's promise that people could keep their health insurance.
On Tuesday's PoliticsNation, host Al Sharpton and guest Goldie Taylor confused debt with deficit.
Former Massachusetts Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown took a stroll down memory lane Monday while talking about the health care law with Fox News’ Gretchen Carlson. But he got his history wrong.
Democratic strategist and professional pundit James Carville defended President Barack Obama on Monday's Morning Joe, claiming Obama saved the auto industry. We take a look under the hood.
It was all Chris Christie, all the time Sunday. The newly re-elected New Jersey governor wouldn't say whether he plans on running for president in 2016, but that didn't stop the pundits from talking about it.
PunditFact allows you to sort fact-checks by cable news network, to see how claims on TV meaure up.
Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck, two of the biggest names in conservative talk radio, have had plenty to say about the health care law recently. We fact-check two of their claims.
We're launching the website with a full-court press on Sunday's political news shows. See how the pundits rated on the Truth-O-Meter.
Even in the entertaining and boisterous world of punditry, words matter and people should be held accountable for what they assert.