An unsigned leadership document
Says Eric Cantor "was the co-author of the House GOP principles on immigration reform. Both the 'New York Times' and the 'Washington Post' said that that captured the essence of what was in the Senate immigration bill."
Risk wasn't a factor
The Obama administration "went to court to keep one of these five in jail at Guantanamo just three years ago because he was such a huge risk."
Not expressly her opinion
Says Hillary Clinton "defended Syria’s President Assad as a possible reformer at the start of that country’s civil war."
Moves were largely non-military
In the Georgia-Russia conflict, "we flew a brigade of Georgian soldiers" from Iran to Georgia and "sent U.S. ships into the Black Sea and provided various kinds of supplies."
Not a universal translation, interpretation
"When you read the Koran, it talks about don't take Christians and Jews as your friends."
So you're saying a lot of Kentucky won't see this
"28 percent of Kentuckians don’t have any online access."
There has been wandering -- back and forth
Americans "bought into climate change" in 2004-06, but then most "began wandering away from this issue."
Data for more than 1 state hard to find
In some states, African-Americans are three times more likely to be sentenced to death than whites for the same crime.
Not all the money is Kochs' but they have a hand in it
Last election, the Koch brothers "spent three times what the top 10 unions spent combined."
Close, but not exactly
"The U.S. spends more money on its military than the 16 biggest military budgets in the world" combined.
Numbers are right, but as an attack on Obama, it rings hollow
"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."
NCAA rakes it in, but players get more than just bling
The NCAA will "get billions" from the men’s basketball tournament. "Players get a trophy."
Troubling stat, but it's outdated
"Every 20 seconds, a child dies because they lack access to clean water and sanitation."
New defense systems still coming
The United States stopped plans to build a missile defense shield in Eastern Europe "as a gift to Russia."
Crimea marched to a different legal drummer
The new Ukrainian government "introduced a law abolishing the use of languages other than Ukrainian in official circumstances."
Palin warned of an invasion, but the Obama ties are fuzzy
Says she made an "accurate prediction" that if Barack Obama were elected it would encourage Russia to invade Ukraine.
Chained CPI will save the government money
"Chained CPI would save $1 trillion in the second decade off the federal budget debt," a report shows.
A claim too simple for a global economy
"When union membership goes down, so do (middle class) wages."
Closer to half
"Two-thirds of the people who start out in minimum wage are above the minimum wage within a year."
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