Fact checks of Ted Cruz spiked as he declared his candidacy for president.
We ended the week by lighting afire a Facebook meme critical of Cruz and rolling in Obama.
Scott Walker and Greg Abbott, both visiting the Texas-Mexico border, have something else in common.
Walker, governor of his state longer than Abbott has led Texas, has been checked more often, though.
Remember Gov. Greg Abbott's celebration of Dallas students testing better than students any other place in America?
He overshot on that.
ALSO: On the Abbott-O-Meter, see Abbott's campaign Promises now In The Works.
Rick Perry, who might join Texan Ted Cruz in declaring for president, has said he's the only aspirant who's got military service under his belt.
That declaration overlooks some fellow longshots.
Ted Cruz, the lively Texas senator, is declared his candidacy for president Monday. (Ahem, he tweeted his plans before he spoke.)
Win or lose in that endeavor, the Houston lawyer already has a Truth-O-Meter record drawing lots of online attention. See his ratings through today below. Dig into some of his "greatest hits" in our story starting here. Or gander at a PolitiFact look into his eligibility to run for president (Cruz was born in Canada) here.
It's TRUE: Cruz is the longest-serving solicitor general of Texas in history.
We look back in our archives and find three fact-checks about Ireland in the spirit of St. Patrick's Day.
Three-leaf clover? Blarney.
We've got three fact checks in the spirit of St. Patrick's Day.
A website retracted its story stating a Texas community replaced police officers with private security--and crime plunged 61 percent.
The yank happened at rare.us last week after Texas Monthly blew a whistle.
And now we’ve got the rest of the story about what’s up in part of the Sharpstown section of Houston.
Ted Cruz has a book coming this summer, perhaps in time to run for president.
Coming in June: "A Time for Truth."
Can't wait? Check out the Texas Republican's Truth-O-Meter report card.
Remember last summer’s Pants on Fire claims about immigrants committing 3,000 murders in Texas?
A similar claim singling out Barack Obama just drew four Pinnochio's from The Washington Post’s Fact Checker which also revealed the state of Texas has reconfigured its data.
(See video of Rep. Pete Sessions, R-Dallas, making his statement at the 23:29 mark of the video posted above this story or go directly here.)