February 02, 2008


You may notice a new widget over there ------------------------------>

That's a 3-ruling update from the nonpartisan fact-checking site PolitiFact.com. PolitiFact is run by the St. Petersburg Times and Congressional Quarterly, whose reporters and researchers analyze speeches and statments from each candidate and rates them on how true or false they are.

There are lots of accusations flying from all candidates (which is typical), and it can be difficult to sort through what's true and what's not. I think PolitiFact is a good source of analytical information about which statements are substantiated and which are not.


Posted by Shelby at February 2, 2008 01:32 PM

Very cool info, thanks for sharing. Can I also encourage EVERY one reading your blog to register to VOTE if they already havne't! VERY VERY important that our voices are heard. That MEANS YOU Bradley!!!

Posted by: Katrina Rosiak at February 3, 2008 08:43 AM
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