Statements about Corrections and Updates
"Crimea became part of Ukraine only in 1954. Crimea was historically part of Russia, and (Nikita) Khrushchev gave it to Ukraine in a gesture that mystified some people."
Crimea was part of Russia "until 1954, when it was given to the Soviet Republic of the Ukraine."
Some businesses in Oregon "are having to shrink back their businesses as a result of the law."
"I never gave up custody of my children. I never lost custody of my children."
Obama unilaterally announced he was delaying employer mandate "through a blog post by a mid-level bureaucrat at the Department of Treasury."
"By the word religion in the First Amendment, the founders meant Christianity."
"Obamacare could force thousands of volunteer fire stations to cut service or close entirely!"
"The Earth is not warming."
"John Cornyn has voted to increase the debt, raise taxes, bail out Wall Street banks and fund Obamacare."
"By the time she turns 3 years old, a child born into a low-income home hears 30 million fewer words than a child from a well-off family."
"Given how expansive our program already was," expanding Medicaid in New Jersey due to Obamacare "was a relatively small expansion."
"Onion Creek’s highest flow rate" on a recent night of flooding "was 120,000 cubic feet per second, which is nearly double the average flow rate of Niagara Falls."
Says the Obama administration is handing out a pamphlet titled, "What To Do When The Veteran In Your Classroom Attempts A Mass Shooting"
"Social Security took seven years before anybody got the first check."
"The insurance companies are making that choice (to cancel or change policies), not the president."
"Wisconsin is not as obese as the national average is. The national average, 35.7 percent of the population is obese. In Wisconsin, it's closer to 26 percent."
"Common Core expects English teachers to spend at least half of their reading instructional time at every grade level on informational texts."
Says David Dewhurst "went out for drinks" during Senate debate on abortion bill.
"In states where the federal government helps run these (health care) marketplaces, the average American will have more than 50 different plans to choose from, with different levels of coverage."
Newark is "now home to one-third of all commercial and multi-family development."
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