Statements we say are Half-True
Last election, the Koch brothers "spent three times what the top 10 unions spent combined."
"The U.S. spends more money on its military than the 16 biggest military budgets in the world" combined.
"Of all the jobs President Obama claims to have created since he started, only 38.5 percent are women. So 61.5 percent have gone to men."
The NCAA will "get billions" from the men’s basketball tournament. "Players get a trophy."
"Every 20 seconds, a child dies because they lack access to clean water and sanitation."
The United States stopped plans to build a missile defense shield in Eastern Europe "as a gift to Russia."
The new Ukrainian government "introduced a law abolishing the use of languages other than Ukrainian in official circumstances."
Says she made an "accurate prediction" that if Barack Obama were elected it would encourage Russia to invade Ukraine.
"Chained CPI would save $1 trillion in the second decade off the federal budget debt," a report shows.
"When union membership goes down, so do (middle class) wages."
"Two-thirds of the people who start out in minimum wage are above the minimum wage within a year."
Businesses "will be required to certify to the IRS – under penalty of perjury – that Obamacare was not a motivating factor" for cutting staff.
A government report shows that alternatives to the Keystone XL pipeline "are worse" for the environment.
"The median net worth of American households hasn't changed much over the past decades, it's about $20,000 ... but Congress' average median net worth has ballooned, more than doubled."
In 2002, "Iran was more or less an American ally."
Says Marshawn Lynch is "second all-time in terms of average yards per rush only to Terrell Davis."
Says in 2000, Fox News broke the story of George W. Bush’s drunk driving arrest. "Who broke it? Fox News."
In Russia "all people are absolutely equal regardless of their religion, sex, ethnicity, or sexual orientation," while "70 countries of the world have criminal liability for homosexuality."
Buried in the Affordable Care Act is "a huge government bailout."
The federal health care law tells "the American people precisely what type of coverage they have to have."
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