Statements we say are True
Congress "is bewildered at the scope and reach of our spying apparatus" but in 2008 and 2012 "explicitly rejected an amendment calling for more disclosure."
"Before the Republican wave in 2010, Democrats had an advantage on the generic ballot in Congress. Even in 1994 with the Gingrich revolution ... Democrats had that advantage."
"Rand Paul’s speech ... on 'Gattaca' was totally ripped off of Wikipedia."
"Even after Obamacare is fully implemented, there still will be tens of millions of people not covered."
"More than 72 percent of children in the African-American community are born out of wedlock."
If it is enacted, the Senate immigration bill is "going to make the Border Patrol bigger than the FBI -- you could put one agent every 250 feet."
"Seven of the 10 highest-income counties in the country ring the city" of Washington D.C.
Says Texas ranks first in executions among the states.
Says Texas ranks last in the percentage of residents with high school diplomas.
Rhode Island’s voter identification law was pushed by "a black Democrat in the House, a black Democrat in the Senate. That's a fact."
Says 1 in 7 American families is on food stamps.
Obama "said (the individual mandate) wasn't a tax."
Says "there have been some job gains in the McMansion State since Mr. Christie took office, but they have lagged gains both in the nation as a whole and in New York and Connecticut, the obvious points of comparison."
Says Gloria Steinem once called Kay Bailey Hutchison a "female impersonator."
Says Ron Paul doesn’t believe in marriage licenses.
Under President Barack Obama’s jobs bill, "you can sue if you are unemployed and don't get the job and think you weren't hired because you are unemployed."
"The ratio of corporate profits to wages is now higher than at any time since just before the Great Depression."
"One in four Texans lacks health insurance, the highest proportion in the nation."
"There are actually half a million fewer government employees now than there were when (President Barack) Obama took office."
"The average unemployed American has been out of work for almost 40 weeks."
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