The industry wages an $80-million campaign against a California ballot measure to require discounts on prescriptions for middle-income patients.
Forrester says 15 votes were for “higher taxes.” Corzine says the same 15 votes were “to lower taxes.”
TV ads say “easy immigration from Mexico” provides cover for terrorists. But the 9/11 hijackers had visas. And what about Canada?
The Republican candidate for Virginia governor claims his opponent “says that Adolf Hitler doesn’t qualify for the death penalty.” But that’s not what the Democrat said.
Mehlman claims,”Before Ms. Miers was even announced many Democrat groups said they would oppose her.” Actually, none did.
We find some subtle word-twisting, and place the claims in context.
It will take months to get the full story, but meanwhile here are some of the key facts about what happened and when officials acted.
He did slash funding for levee projects. But the Army Corps of Engineers says Katrina was just too strong.
The anti-tax Club for Growth runs an ad in New Hampshire claiming McCain would “keep the death tax.” Actually, McCain favors a big reduction.
The abortion-rights group’s latest ad takes issue with Judge Roberts on whether the Constitution contains a right to privacy.