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Hillary Clinton engages in sophism when she claims that “Democratic presidents” always have to rescue the economy from Republicans.
The former secretary of state engages in spin to suggest that there was nothing unusual about her private e-mail setup.
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Sloppy reporting of dubious and outdated statistics results in wildly inflated numbers.
Politicians offered lots of numbers after the big Supreme Court ruling, but only some were not misleading.
The 2016 presidential candidate earns Four Pinocchios for relying on discredited media reporting to make a specious case.
The 2016 presidential hopeful earns 4 Pinocchios for repeating a debunked claim about enforcement of the Brady law.
Both Clinton and Bush point to similar jobs data to make opposite cases about the speed of economic recovery.