Them's fightin' words
"Hate speech is excluded from protection" under the First Amendment.
She supported the deal all along
"Amendments (Hillary Clinton) supported and voted for in 2006, she no longer supported in 2008," showing she changed positions on an India nuclear deal.
Unreported, yes. But Algeria wasn't on terror list
Algeria "wanted to be taken off of the terror list" at the time it made an unreported donation to the Clinton Foundation.
You can do it, but it can create a headache
"The president and vice president can't be from the same state."
Don't always trust Wikipedia
"U.S. police killed more people in just one month than the U.K.’s did in over a century."
No boycott talk
Say Apple’s Tim Cook "will not do business with Indiana."
Stats are off and miss half the story
"White men account for 69 percent of those arrested for violent crimes."
Rare, yes. Never? Data disagrees
"Not a single unarmed white person has been shot by the police" in New York in about 45 years.
Funding a student study does not a regulation make
"EPA wants to regulate … the family BBQ."
A point, buried under errors and hyperbole
"A few weeks ago Obama took Hamas and Iran OFF the terror list."
90% would be closer
Says "Jeb Bush has released 10 percent of his emails."
Lots of criticism when it happened
In 2007, when Nancy Pelosi met with President Assad of Syria, "nobody got upset."
No letter, and based on a dodgy memo
Says "Ted Kennedy sent a letter to then Soviet leader Yuri Andropov apologizing for Ronald Reagan and begging the Soviets not to overreact."
Claim is exceptionally wrong
Says President Barack Obama said "that American exceptionalism is no more exceptional than the exceptionalism of any other country."
Walker was only a candidate then
Says award-winning Milwaukee Public Schools teacher Megan Sampson was laid off because Gov. Scott Walker cut state aid to education.
A flawed comparison
There were more people on welfare than working in 2013.
'A bit of a mess'
"It will cost $50,000 per enrollee in Obamacare over the next 10 years."
Bet Obama doesn't think so
Says President Barack Obama got "a pass" over controversal remarks by Rev. Jeremiah Wright, while a 12-year-old speech by House Majority Whip Steve Scalise has blown up into a national story.
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