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(CBS News) In a video unearthed yesterday by Mother Jones, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney was captured making some inflammatory comments about people who don't pay income tax in ...

Claim #1: Mitt Romney would “break that promise” of guaranteed benefits. The Romney plan for Medicare reform, along with the related bipartisan proposal from Sen. Ron Wyden (D., Ore.) and Rep ...

The Mitt Romney presidential campaign of 2012 officially began on June 2, 2011, when former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney formally announced his candidacy for the Republican Party nomination for President of the United States, at an event in Stratham, New Hampshire.Having previously run in the 2008 Republican primaries, this was Romney's second campaign for the presidency.

When Mitt Romney is asked, as he often is, to explain the fact that Obamacare was modeled after Romneycare, he asks the President: “If that’s the case, why didn’t you call me? Why didn’t ...

Do Presidential Candidates Always Release Their Tax Returns? (Also: A Photo of Mitt Romney Holding Dino Flintstone)

Here's a round-up of 17 fact checks on the Benghazi attack. Hillary Clinton and the Aug. 16 cable on Benghazi security. April 10, 2013: We dug deep into questions concerning Clinton’s knowledge ...

It's gratifying to see journalists and pundits piling on PolitiFact for all the reasons PFB preaches. The latest to jump on is Forbes magazine with a story by John McQuaid titled "How to Fix Fact-Checking." McQuaid uses the recent Weekly Standard story by Mark Hemingway as his jumping-off point: The Weekly Standard deplores fact-checking – the journalistic efforts, by PolitiFact and others ...

A look back at fact-checking President Obama. Obama’s whoppers: FactCheck.org reviews the the 44th president's falsehoods.

FactCheck.org is a nonprofit website that describes itself as a "consumer advocate for voters that aims to reduce the level of deception and confusion in U.S. politics". It is a project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania, and is funded primarily by the Annenberg Foundation. ...

A Project of The Annenberg Public Policy Center. President Obama’s unexpected Nobel Peace Prize may end up being the story of the week, but it was the third-party groups that occupied most of ...

Fact Checking Mitt Romney >> GOP still peeved at Candy Crowley - NY Daily News

Fact Checking Mitt Romney >> GOP still peeved at Candy Crowley - NY Daily News

Fact Checking Mitt Romney >> Fact Checker - Pinocchios for Mitt and Rudy

Fact Checking Mitt Romney >> Fact Checker - Pinocchios for Mitt and Rudy

Fact Checking Mitt Romney >> 2012 Presidential Campaign Said to Hit Unprecedented Level of Lying

Fact Checking Mitt Romney >> 2012 Presidential Campaign Said to Hit Unprecedented Level of Lying

Fact Checking Mitt Romney >> GOP still peeved at Candy Crowley - NY Daily News

Fact Checking Mitt Romney >> GOP still peeved at Candy Crowley - NY Daily News

Fact Checking Mitt Romney >> How Romney Keeps Lying Through His Big White Teeth « The Global Dispatches

Fact Checking Mitt Romney >> How Romney Keeps Lying Through His Big White Teeth « The Global Dispatches

Fact Checking Mitt Romney >> Binders Full of Women Debate Quotes Photos - ABC News

Fact Checking Mitt Romney >> Binders Full of Women Debate Quotes Photos - ABC News

Fact Checking Mitt Romney >> Fact-Checking The Debates

Fact Checking Mitt Romney >> Fact-Checking The Debates

Fact Checking Mitt Romney >> How Mitt Romney Lost The Debate - Business Insider

Fact Checking Mitt Romney >> How Mitt Romney Lost The Debate - Business Insider

Fact Checking Mitt Romney >> Fact-Checking the Obama Campaign's Defense of its $716 Billion Cut to Medicare

Fact Checking Mitt Romney >> Fact-Checking the Obama Campaign's Defense of its $716 Billion Cut to Medicare

Fact Checking Mitt Romney >> Trump on federal workers going without pay: They want a wall

Fact Checking Mitt Romney >> Trump on federal workers going without pay: They want a wall