Actually, he was in Wisconsin
Democrat "Russ Feingold announced his Wisconsin Senate run today from…California."
Yes, in first year. But benefit would be ongoing
"There are more members of the U.S. Senate than the number of WI families who would benefit from GOP estate tax break."
It's often misattributed
Says Thomas Jefferson said "that government is best which governs least."
Except for that speech at the border in 2011
Says that as president, Barack Obama has not gone to the Texas-Mexico border
Big cut in first, but others added back some funds
"Republicans have already cut our neighborhood public schools three budgets in a row."
No specific coverage for trans-gender people
Wisconsin's non-discrimination law "doesn't protect members of the trans-gender community."
Not enough criminal justice figures available for 18-24 age group
"There are more young black males involved in the criminal justice system than there are in higher education."
Costs sizeable, but only $16 million
Says the recall elections that aimed to remove him and other Republican officials from office "cost tens of millions of dollars to run."
Total sentence was 4 years, not 13
The man who killed a motorist who fatally struck a 2-year-old was "back on the street" because he had received a 13-year sentence for bank robbery but only "served two years."
Two years isn't all that "many"
Minnesota’s "advantage" in economic growth has been having "Republicans in charge of at least one part of government" for all but two years, while Wisconsin Democrats "for many years" before 2011 controlled both legislative chambers and the governorship.
Only a reduction in some suicides
"There's no statistical evidence that" a waiting period for handgun purchases "reduces violence whatsoever."
Collectively, yes, but not true for many individuals
"Americans will spend more on taxes in 2015 than on food, clothing and housing combined."
Numbers don't favor Clinton, but no majority in most swing states
In recent polling in battleground states, a "majority of the people" said Hillary Clinton "is untrustworthy."
Three of the four gave to her foundation
Says Hillary Clinton took "money from kings of Saudi Arabia and Morocco and Oman and Yemen."
A climate change eruption misfires
"The elimination of essentially every automobile would be offset by one volcano exploding."
Experts (generally) agree
"When the Constitution was written, (only) 20 to 25 percent of the people in the country could vote."
Generally, yes, with some exceptions
In Wisconsin, a "second arrest for carrying pot is a felony," but a second or subsequent arrest "for carrying a gun illegally is a misdemeanor."
Similar language, but different context and intent
Says Bill Clinton signed a law "very similar to," and Barack Obama voted for a law "something like," Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
That's what the 2-1 vote was about
Wisconsin’s attorney general and state treasurer ordered the daughter of Earth Day founder Gaylord Nelson not to discuss climate change on state time.
Less than Walker claims -- and less than increases before Obama took office
Under Barack Obama, "the average cost of family health care premiums has increased by $4,154."
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