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Currently, the intelligence community "can collect business records on law-abiding Americans who have no connection to terrorism."
"There was no surge in 501(c)(4) applications in 2010."
"Nearly 6 out of 10 believe that money and wealth should be more evenly distributed among a larger percentage of the people in the U.S."
Says new Medicare billing guidelines "have nine codes for (injuries by) turkeys."
A bipartisan background check amendment "outlawed any (gun) registry. Plain and simple, right there in the text."
"The NRA used to support expanded background checks."
Polls show that Americans "overwhelmingly" support "expanding background checks."
Says in Chicago, "we take more guns off the streets than New York or L.A."
Says "94 percent of (Marco Rubio's) constituents support a universal background check."
"If you go back to 1999, Wayne LaPierre testified on behalf of the NRA that background checks were appropriate and should be done."
"We have a federal government that thinks they have the authority to regulate our toilet seats."
"Seven of the 10 highest-income counties in the country ring the city" of Washington D.C.
"More than 64 percent of minimum-wage earners are women."
"When (John) Brennan ... was asked directly … ‘Is there any geographic limitation to your drone strike program?’ Brennan responded and said, ‘no, there is no limitation.’"
Says Jeb Bush "flip-flop-flip(ped) on immigration."
Says wrestling was a favorite sport of Abraham Lincoln.
"The 12 hottest years on record have come in the last 15 years."
"After shedding jobs for more than 10 years, our manufacturers have added about 500,000 jobs over the past three."
The tax penalty that the government imposes if you don't buy health insurance "is lower than it would have cost to buy insurance."
Since 1968, "more Americans have died from gunfire than died in … all the wars of this country's history."
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