This scorecard shows the ratings for statements made on air by MSNBC and NBC personalities and their pundit guests. Rulings do not include statements made on air by politicians or paid spokespeople.
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Recent statements made on NBC
Americans "bought into climate change" in 2004-06, but then most "began wandering away from this issue."
"95 percent of the income gains in the last few years have gone to the top 1 percent."
Says Charlie Crist's campaign bashed Sen. Bill Nelson's "big-government solutions."
"Oklahoma’s Republican Gov. Mary Fallin signed a new law which makes you pay a special fee. It will essentially fine people for the crime of using solar power."
"Democrats very much are in the pocket of the NRA."
"We know that Sunday mornings have usually been given over to conservative white men."
The health care law reduces "the number of uninsured in America by 3 percent for how much money? $2 trillion."
"Less than 1 percent of 1 percent of the American population has given an amount over $200" to a federal political campaign.
"No one" claims the report vindicating New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie in the bridge scandal is "conclusive."
Health insurance and medical costs "are going down because of Obamacare."
Most of the people who have signed up through the Obamacare exchanges "already had insurance."
Millennials are "more pro-life than baby boomers and older Americans."
"The Russians didn’t wear uniforms when they came in" to Ukraine.
"Chained CPI would save $1 trillion in the second decade off the federal budget debt," a report shows.
"When the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport needed to stop its earthquake spike a few years ago, they temporarily shut down the wells that were injecting fracking fluid into the ground ... (and) those earthquakes stopped."
Chris Christie "helped funnel $6 million in federal Hurricane Sandy money to a senior center in Belleville, N.J., a place that suffered no damage."
"When union membership goes down, so do (middle class) wages."
"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."
Says Bill O’Reilly spoke 40 percent of the words in an interview with President Barack Obama.
In 2002, "Iran was more or less an American ally."