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This type of numbers magic only exists in the budget accounting world, and means nothing to ordinary taxpayers.
Hillary Clinton engages in sophism when she claims that "Democratic presidents" always have to rescue the economy from Republicans.
Once again, politicians and the media blithely repeat a Four-Pinocchio statistic on sex trafficking that does not hold up to scrutiny.
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Depending on the estimate cited, the number of victims changes by tens of millions.
Sanders makes an off-base characterization of a law protecting the gun industry.
The former secretary of state engages in spin to suggest that there was nothing unusual about her private e-mail setup.
Trump can defend his statement all he wants, but the facts are just not there.
American criminal justice trends are internationally unique, and this talking point thoroughly checks out.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) tops our monthly round-up with a Four-Pinocchio claim about dirt.
Sloppy reporting of dubious and outdated statistics results in wildly inflated numbers.
Huckabee gets the numbers wrong, and make a connection that has not been proven yet.