Montana Democratic U.S. Sen. Jon Tester made hypocritical comments when he appeared at a June hearing on the impact of climate change on wildlife and farming of the United States Senate’s Green Jobs and the New Economy Subcommittee.
Media outlets nationwide are trumpeting allegations against Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker from a suspended investigation which state and federal judges have dismissed as a political witch hunt.
Ohio Representative Matt Lynch (R-Bainbridge Twp.) recently introduced legislation “to prohibit courts, administrative agencies, and arbitrators from applying foreign law to the detriment of constitutional rights under the United States and Ohio constitutions.”
Montana Democratic politicians and state media outlets continue to claim that women in the state make on average just 67 cents for every dollar earned by men despite more recent data from Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock’s own “Equal Pay Task Force” (EPTF) showing that the so-called pay gap is really 75 cents for every dollar earned by men.
Media Matters for America, a DC-based nonprofit expressly created to pull the “mainstream” press further left, tried to discredit Media Trackers with a September 6 blog post titled “8 Myths That Media Trackers Wants Inserted In Medicaid Coverage.”
Yesterday, the Washington Post ran an article by the Associated Pressidentifying 106 key swing counties across 9 different battleground states. Six of those voting communities are located in Colorado and one, Ouray county, has more voters on their roles than actual people in their county according to a Media Trackers analysis last month. “The Associated Press has […]
Incumbent U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown launched a television ad titled “Pants on Fire” on September 6, leveraging the work of PolitiFact Ohio and other liberal journalists for an attack on opponent Josh Mandel. With the Senate race recently polling within the margin of error, Brown’s campaign is leaning heavily on Democrat reporters as “non-partisan fact-checking […]
By Collin Roth Greg Sargent of the Washington Post published a brief story on July 25, sounding the alarm about “right-wing money” pouring into the Wisconsin recall elections. Sargent quotes One Wisconsin Now’s Executive Director Scot Ross who says an “ad tracker” estimated that Wisconsin Club For Growth was spending a whopping $1.5 million in […]