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Alex Holt
The latest Truth-O-Meter items from Alex Holt

"The overall fact about illegal immigration is that it's not actually getting worse."

"Eight of the nine justices in the Supreme Court decision (on campaign finance) said that not only is it constitutional for Congress to require disclosure of the special interest money, but they recommend we do it."

When Obama went to Pakistan in 1981, he could not have been traveling as a U.S. citizen.

A transcript released by Occidental College proves that Barack Obama was an Indonesian citizen.

Justice Antonin Scalia agreed for the Supreme Court to hear a case about whether Barack Obama is eligible to be President.

"Of all the illegals in America, more than half come through Arizona."

"The health care numbers are going up."

It was President Obama's "inaction that caused over three weeks to go by before he even approved the governor's plan to protect our marsh."

Canada "does spills into their water to practice in the event that this would happen. That is not allowed in the United States."

Recent stories from Alex Holt
Checking Rachel Maddow

We put the MSNBC host to the Truth-O-Meter for recent claims about immigration and economics.

A few weak links in this chain e-mail

No, Justice Scalia did not agree to hear a case about Obama's birth certificate.

Rating Obama's promises at the 1-year mark

One year into the Obama presidency, we explore how his campaign promises have fared on our Obameter.

A Promise Broken on a budget offset

Candidate Obama promised to offset the cost of his national service plan with tax law changes and savings from the Iraq war. But he hasn't done so.

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