Bernie Sanders claims that the U.S. education system is racist and underfunded, but his attempts to support those views are misleading or unhinged from reality.
Amidst an intense national debate over illegal immigration and crime, many media outlets are reporting on a grisly, high-profile murder while failing to reveal that the killer is an illegal immigrant.
Unlike a democracy in which the will of the majority reigns, the U.S. is a democratic constitutional republic designed to protect the rights of everyone.
By using a patent falsehood and disregarding key facts, the Post paints a picture of illegal immigration and crime that is diametrically opposed to reality.
The sources of the largest and most influential money in politics are not what the media and politicians often allege.
Polls that show support for raising taxes on the rich are tainted by the media-created fiction that the wealthy pay a lower federal tax rate than the middle class.
Congress just passed a bill that will raise the pay of federal employees by roughly $35 billion over the next 10 years.
The Washington Post employs half-truths, straw men, and outright falsehoods in an error-ridden fact check of President Trump’s State of the Union address.
The public disclosures of abortion providers reveal that most late-term abortions are not for medical reasons but purely elective. Furthermore, recent bills allow such abortions up till birth.