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Are political ads fact-checked before they are televised?

No. Do politicians lie in their ads? Yes. In How I Learned The Facts of Life, I devote some time to TV product commercials and tell you something you might not know: you can believe that the claims they make … Continue reading

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Don’t want to get you too excited, part II (the Senate)

But here are 538.com’s last polls for the Senate. I’m including here only the highly competitive — even surprisingly competitive — seats, most of which are currently held by a Republican. I haven’t included a couple of seats for which … Continue reading

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Will something finally change? I think so. Vote

A close friend just asked me that. In an effort to be super-rational, I said, “I’m probably the wrong person to ask because I’m an optimist.” She pointed out we’ve seen this before. I’m not sure we did — not … Continue reading

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