Santorum’s Dismal Daze in Obamaville

This video titled Art Appreciation 101 is FlackCheck.org’s paean to the narrative subtlety and exquisite visual sensibilities of the Santorum Campaign’s “Obamaville” ad.

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Chris Matthews: ‘Balloon head’

FlackCheck.org examines Chris Matthews’ January 24, 2011, comment on “Hardball” about Rep. Michele Bachmann (R., Minn.)

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Ed Schultz: ‘slut’

FlackCheck.org highlights Ed Schultz’s characterization of conservative political commentator Laura Ingraham.

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FlackCheck.org Message to Rep. Tom Latham (R-IA): Scheduled Cuts Are Not Current Cuts

FlackCheck.org explains how an ad misleads by summing Medicare cuts over time to present a large, scary number. If one adopts that approach, almost anything in the budget is big and scary — including Latham’s own salary.

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Rush Limbaugh: ‘Slut,’ ‘Prostitute,’ ‘Femi-Nazis’

FlackCheck.org flags Rush Limbaugh’s characterizations of Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke.

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Who Stands Behind the Woman Behind the President?

They say that behind every powerful man, there is a woman; in Lincoln’s case, that woman is a daughter of Dixie. Is Mrs. Lincoln a Confederate sympathizer? Or worse?

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Kerry, Dukakis, Romney and also… are from Massachusetts

FlackCheck.org questions former House Speaker Newt Gingrich’s ad indicting leaders from Massachusetts.

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How “King of Bain” employed logical fallacy “post hoc ergo propter hoc”

FlackCheck.org suggests that the editing in the section of the pro-Gingrich superPAC film “King of Bain” on DDi uses the logical fallacy known as “post hoc, ergo propter hoc” (after this, therefore because of this).

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Six Degrees of (Not Kevin Bacon)

A FlackCheck.org take-down of the 60 Plus Association’s “Still Believe”, which makes a false comparison between the Affordable Care Act and Adolf Hitler.

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