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FACT CHECK: Is Meryl Streep Overrated?

Daniel Greenfield,  The media loves two things; celebrities whining about Trump and fact checks. Today’s post combines both of them together as The Point’s Fact Check fact checks President-elect Trump’s contention that overrated actress Meryl Streep is indeed overrated. Now try saying that three times fast. The controversy began when Meryl Streep whined at the

FACT CHECK: Clinton’s Top 5 Lies at The First Debate

CLINTON CLAIMS IRAN WAS “WEEKS AWAY” FROM A NUCLEAR BOMB. WRONG. Clinton: “When I Became Secretary Of State, Iran Was Weeks Away From Having Enough Nuclear Material To Form A Bomb.” CLINTON: “With respect to Iran, when I became secretary of state, Iran was weeks away from having enough nuclear material to form a bomb.”

FACT CHECK: Clinton Lies About Her Support for TPP

Julia Hahn, During Monday night’s first presidential debate at Hofstra University, Hillary Clinton misrepresented her longstanding support for the Trans Pacific Partnership agreement to millions of American viewers. During an exchange in which Clinton defended NAFTA and her husband’s trade policies of the 1990s, Trump said: NAFTA is the worst trade deal maybe ever signed

FACT CHECK: Air Force One, Who Pays?

Air Force One: Who pays? That’s the question a lot of people were asking after Hillary Clinton hitched a ride to Charlotte, N.C., this week with President Obama for their first joint campaign appearance. While it’s unusual for an incumbent president to campaign actively for his would-be successor, the question itself is not new. It’s

Voter Fraud Alert: WI Voters, DO NOT CHECK THIS BOX!

Voters are heading to the polls today in Wisconsin, and 42 delegates are up for grabs as conservative businessman Donald J. Trump, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), and Ohio Governor John Kasich battle it out. Wisconsin is an open primary, which favors Donald Trump, who has a unique ability attracts voters who don’t typically vote for Republicans.

U.S. says government lab workers possibly exposed to anthrax

 As many as 75 scientists and staff in U.S. government laboratories in Atlanta may have been exposed to live anthrax bacteria after researchers failed to follow safety procedures, prompting an investigation by federal authorities. Researchers working in a high-security bioterror response lab at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention were preparing inactivated samples

Will Conservatives Allow Akin’s Pride to be America’s Downfall?

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Todd Akin needs to go.    I said so yesterday, and I’m repeating it today. I and people who agree with me have caught a lot of flack from other conservatives for saying it. We’ve been accused of being RINOs, Democratic plants, of lacking courage; we’ve been told we’re throwing a good conservative under the bus;

Walmart to start selling unlabeled insecticide-laced GMO corn from Monsanto

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America’s largest bio-agriculture company and the biggest retailer in the country are joining forces, but a happy ending isn’t necessarily in sight. Walmart will soon be stocking their shelves with GMO corn made by Monsanto. Millions of Americans shop at Walmart, but that doesn’t mean that they all know what they’re getting as they check

Age of Obama: Comedy Central Web Series Taunts Jobless Millennials

Comedy Central employees like Stephen Colbert, Jon Stewart and Jordan Peele have a devil of a time mocking President Barack Obama or his stuck in a ditch economy.Now, the network is debuting a new Web-only series of shorts focusing on Millennials moving back with their parents because they can’t make ends meet. Welcome to Obama’s

Let's Not Talk About It TSA hasn't complied with order to start public discussion on body scanners

Transportation Security Administration supervisor Nick Fox, right, demonstrates new software being tested with advanced imaging technology at McCarran International Airport Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2011, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson) A Transportation Security Administration agent looks over a license at a security check point in the Portland International Airport Tuesday, May 8, 2012, in Portland,