The Giuliani campaign says his immigration policy in New York wasn’t like that of other cities. That’s not true.
Q: Are lobbyists justified in a democracy?
A: The Constitution guarantees the right to petition government.
Q: What about Ben & Jerry’s chart saying 50% of federal spending is military?
A: Not true. The real figure is 19.4%.
Q: Does the U.S. pay $1,800 a month to refugees?
A: No. A false claim about Canada is being recycled in a bogus e-mail to “American taxpayers.”
Q: Were Clinton’s policies responsible for the 1990s’ economic growth?
A: He deserves part of the credit, but many factors were at work.
Q: Is it the “Democratic” Party or the “Democrat” Party?
A: The proper term is “Democratic Party.”
Q: Did Pelosi advocate taxing “windfall” stock profits at 100%?
A: No. A widely circulated e-mail quoting her is a fraud.
No cameras doesn’t mean no fumbles at Democratic debate.