Hasn't called for a specific number
Says U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson wants to put 100,000 troops, including 25,000 Americans, "into the area where ISIS is."
Says Barack Obama's administration has admitted that money from its Iran nuclear deal "would go directly to terrorism."
Group that paid him disclosed its donors while operating
National Republican Senatorial Committee
Says Russ Feingold "wanted to get money out of politics. Now he's profiting from that same dark money."
Some changes, but hasn't advocated for completely private system
"Ron Johnson said specifically that he hopes the first steps occur to privatize the" Veterans Administration.
Taxes up, despite his proposals and vetoes
Says he balanced the Milwaukee County budget "without raising taxes five years in a row."
More complicated than that
Wisconsin’s Government Accountability Board "ignored their duties and did not regularly audit" voters to remove felons "for a span of 16 elections.
Numbers are outdated
Israel has seen a "90 percent reduction in terrorist attacks" that it attributes to building a 500-mile fence.
A 'profit' by one accounting method; a loss by another
Student loans from the federal government issued between 2007 and 2012 are on target "to produce $66 billion in profits for the United States government."
Trump, yes; pope hasn't said
"The pope and Donald Trump and Tammy Baldwin all agree" on eliminating the "carried-interest" tax break.
Problem is global, as is part of the plan's premise
The Obama administration’s "own Environmental Protection Agency" has said its Clean Power Plan "will have a marginal impact on climate change."
Praises single payer, but doesn't pledge to pursue it
Says Donald Trump "wants to replace" Obamacare "with a single-payer system."
An entitlement, but not so new and not for everyone
Says Scott Walker's plan to replace Obamacare "is a new entitlement" program for "every single American human being from the time they are born right up until they grow old and become eligible for Medicare."
Defunding curbed access, but 'nowhere to turn' goes too far
Says Scott Walker's defunding of Planned Parenthood "left women across the state stranded with nowhere else to turn" for cancer screenings, breast exams and birth control.
Aside from one-year blip, rating has been consistently high
"Since I took office, Wisconsin now has the 2nd highest health care quality ranking in the country."
Number is small, but not quite that small
"Less than 1 percent of all the education dollars that we spend are spent on private (school) voucher programs."
The bag is mixed
"Nationally, the unemployment rate for veterans is far greater than the national unemployment rate," and Wisconsin is "one of those rare examples where unemployment is actually lower for veterans than it is for the population as a whole and certainly lower than it is nationally."
A big statement based on a tiny sample of voters
My support from young voters -- those 18 to 24 -- in November 2014 was "largely unheard of for a Republican."
Ranking is for wired broadband. We fare much better on mobile
"The United States still ranks 20th in the world in access to broadband -- over 50 percent below the best nations."
Survey results not that precise
"Twenty-five percent of people in the country have said they changed their email and phone habits because of" the collection of data allowed by the Patriot Act.
Eliminating bachelor's degree requirement key change
A Republican budget proposal "would have Wisconsin have the weakest standards for who can be a teacher in the classroom in the country."
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