Books by and about 2016 presidential candidates|
| Hard Choices,|
by Hillary Clinton (2014)
| Crippled America ,|
by Donald J. Trump (2015)
| Trump vs. Hillary On The Issues ,|
by Jesse Gordon (2016)
| Outsider in the White House,|
by Bernie Sanders (2015)
| American Dreams,|
by Marco Rubio (2015)
| Taking a Stand,|
by Rand Paul (2015)
by Scott Walker (2013)
| A Time for Truth,|
by Ted Cruz (2015)
| One Nation,|
by Ben Carson (2014)
| Trump/Pence vs. Clinton/Kaine On the Issues ,|
by Jesse Gordon (2016)
| Living History ,|
by Hillary Rodham Clinton (2003)
| Between Hope and History ,|
by Bill Clinton (1996)
| In Harmís Way ,|
by Dr. Jill Stein (2000)
| Democrat vs. Republican vs. Green vs. Libertarian,|
Four Party's Presidential Nominees On The Issues (2016)
Books by and about 2012 presidential candidates|
| Ten Letters
about Pres. Barack Obama (2011)
| Do Not Ask What Good We Do
about Rep. Paul Ryan (2012)
| A Life of Trial and Redemption
about V.P. Joe Biden (2010)
| No Apology
by Gov. Mitt Romney (2010)
| The Path to Prosperity
by Rep. Paul Ryan (2012)
| Promises to Keep
by Vice Pres. Joe Biden (2007)
| The Audacity of Hope
by Pres. Barack Obama (2006)
| Dreams from My Father
by Pres. Barack Obama (1996)
| Young Guns
by Rep. Paul Ryan et al (2010)
(click a book cover for a review or other books by or about the presidency from Amazon.com)
2012 Senate Fact-Checking
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from 2012 Senate Fact-Checking (number of quotes indicated):
- George Allen (1) Republican
- Jamie Radtke (1) Former Republican Senate Challenger (2012) Virginia
- Josh Mandel (1) Republican Nominee Ohio
- Richard Mourdock (1) Republican Challenger Indiana
- Sherrod Brown (1) Democratic Sr Senator Ohio
- Tim Kaine (1) Virginia Former Democrat Governor (2006-2009); chair of DNC
OR click on an issue category below for a subset.
EXPLANATORY NOTE by OnTheIssues.org:
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OnTheIssues.org summarizes two sets of analyses:
1. From debates and public speeches
2. From TV & radio advertisements
Following is the self-description of how FactCheck.org works:
[FactCheck.org is] a nonpartisan, nonprofit, "consumer advocate" for voters that aims to reduce the level of deception and confusion in U.S. politics. We monitor the factual accuracy of what is said by major U.S. political players in the form of TV ads, debates, speeches, interviews, and news releases. Our goal is to apply the best practices of both journalism and scholarship, and to increase public knowledge and understanding.
The Annenberg Political Fact Check is a project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania. The APPC was established by publisher and philanthropist Walter Annenberg in 1994 to create a community of scholars within the University of Pennsylvania that would address public policy issues at the local, state, and federal levels.
The APPC accepts NO funding from business corporations, labor unions, political parties, lobbying organizations or individuals. It is funded primarily by the Annenberg Foundation.
| OnTheIssues.org excerpts: (click on issues for details)
Budget & Economy|
George Allen: FactCheck: Vvoted against the Alaskan Bridge to Nowhere.
Tim Kaine: FactCheck: Cut college funding & led to 30% tuition increase.
Energy & Oil|
Richard Mourdock: FactCheck: No, ethanol additive lowers gasoline price.
Josh Mandel: FactCheck: Brown voted against China trade & moving jobs.
Sherrod Brown: One of Senate's most ardent critics of foreign trade.
Jamie Radtke: FactCheck: Yes, George Allen voted for 52,000 earmarks.
The above quotations are from 2012 Senate Fact-Checking.