Former EPA directors are undermining principles of sound science in ways that can have widespread harmful effects.
A new report from the U.S. Treasury shows that federal finances deteriorated by $1,157 billion in 2017, or by 74% more than the reported budget deficit.
Trump’s proposal to protect the lives of schoolchildren is consistent with wide-ranging facts about criminology, security, policing, firearms, and active shooter incidents.
Contrary to a grossly misleading New York Times column, civilians use guns to stop violence more than 100,000 times per year.
Contra the Washington Post, government spending on higher education is at record highs. Furthermore, the measurable results of this spending are dubious.
When governments force employers to provide benefits, the costs of those benefits mainly come out of workers’ paychecks.
Mass immigration from impoverished nations has a wide array of effects depending upon the circumstances and people affected.
Just Facts has summarized five facts and five falsehoods about events that captured the public’s attention in 2017 and have truly important implications.
Two New York Times op-eds contain misinformation about firearms that could deceive people into making decisions that lead to suffering and deaths.