Ford only provided a summary
"Every Republican nominee since Richard Nixon, who at one time was under an audit, has released their tax returns."
Did Strom know what he was doing?
"We knew Strom Thurmond had proposed" the amendment that blocked Puerto Rico’s use of Chapter 9 bankruptcy protection.
He never heard this case
Says Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland "voted, so the folks know, in Washington, D.C., to keep guns away from private citizens."
Primary votes don't translate to November wins
"There’s no correlation between primary turnout and wins in the fall in the last 11 elections."
Yes, but there are other options
In Sauk City, Wisconsin, "the ID office" that provides identification for voting "is only open on the fifth Wednesday of every month" -- a total of four days in 2016.
Baby, we don't "beliebe" it
Says Donald Trump's conversion to pro-life beliefs are akin to Justin Bieber's, who said in the past that abortion "was no big deal to him."
47 percent would support a socialist, 58 percent an atheist
When a Gallup poll asked about presidential candidate characteristics, "When they get to the question on, 'Would you vote for a socialist,' it is even less popular than voting for atheists."
Surveys say, this one goes down in flames
"Donald Trump is appealing as much to Democrats as he is to Republicans."
Polls agree that statistic holds
"The 90 percent statistic of supporting background checks, that's been debunked."
A component, but an awfully small one
Guantanamo has "never been a key component of ISIS or al-Qaida propaganda."
Up and up
"15 years ago, cancer drugs cost an average of $10,000 a year. Now it’s $10,000 a month."
67 percent of less than 1 percent of refugees
In 2013, the United States "accepted 67 percent of the world’s refugees."
Simple math, but slippery numbers
Taking all the money of the top 1 percent wouldn’t keep Medicare going for three years.
Sometimes the best-known story lines are wrong
"In a period of roughly 72 hours, a small group of angry black students managed to force the resignation of the two highest ranking officials at that school."
Most of the failed co-ops didn't last five years.
Obamacare insurance cooperative failures "should be expected" because they're like any business, and "when you start businesses in America, at the fifth year, half of the businesses have closed."
Remember, there are 3 tickets out of Iowa
"Iowa's Republican caucus stopped mattering years ago. It in no way determines the party nominee."
"The president said he’s going to bring in 250,000 (Syrian and Iraqi) refugees into this country."
A cigar mag interview that's full of smoke
"The word progressive ... was created as a substitute for ‘communist’."
Is South the HIV/AIDS epicenter?
HIV/AIDS is "dramatically on the rise in the U.S. South."
Polling's tough but it's not this bad yet
Pollsters say "don't actually believe our own data" and Gallup stopped primary polling "because they don't trust their methodology."
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