FactChecking Paul

Up next in our look at past claims made by the 2012 presidential candidates: Rep. Ron Paul. No stranger to presidential campaigns, the Texas Republican has made his share of factual flubs. Paul declared his 2012 candidacy May 13. He falsely claimed last December that the estate tax "especially harms small and family-owned businesses." But if [...] Full Story »

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As politicians begin to declare their presidential candidacies, FactCheck will continue providing an important journalistic service -- looking into facts without bias -- so voters can determine what and who to believe.

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It seemed like he was taken out of context.

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