The Kyle file:
Jody Kyle
The latest Truth-O-Meter items from Jody Kyle

"I have something in common with my husband. He never carried caucuses either. He lost all of the ones that I've lost."

"I know that Hillary on occasion has said — just last year said this (NAFTA) was a boon to the economy."

Says he passed a bill to stop a military requirement that wounded soldiers pay for meals and phone calls.

"A ham and cheese sandwich on one slice of bread is the responsibility of the USDA ... But a ham and cheese sandwich on two slices of bread is the responsibility of the Food and Drug Administration."

"As governor of Arkansas, I cut taxes and fees almost 100 times, saving the taxpayers almost $380-million. I left a surplus of nearly $850-million."

Thompson "voted against $250,000 caps on damages (and) almost anything that would make our legal system fairer."

"He's sued gun manufacturers. He was supportive of Brady. He was supportive of things like assault weapon bans."

"We're spending $1.6 billion for all of Latin America in terms of aid and assistance, a fraction of what we're spending in Iraq, the $500 billion we've spent there"

"We've lost over 5,000 Americans over there in Afghanistan, in Iraq, and plus the civilians killed."

"During his tenure in Washington and in the Illinois State Senate, Barack Obama has accumulated a record of bipartisan success."

Recent stories from Jody Kyle
Ham & cheese, hold the bureaucracy

Hillary Clinton is right about the tangled rules of federal food inspections. If you think the sandwich rules are silly, check out the guidelines for pepperoni pizza.

Thompson torn on torts

Update: Fred Thompson has a mixed record on tort reform. He's opposed some bills because of his preference for states' rights, but supported others.

Taking off the gloves in Orlando

The Republican candidates mixed it up during a lively debate in Orlando. They stretched the truth on crime and defense, while Huckabee was Pants-On-Fire wrong about the Founding Fathers.

Does Obama practice what he preaches?

The freshman senator calls for bipartisanship. But when he votes, it's nearly always with his party.

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