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Barack Obama: "Nearly one in five women in America has been a victim of rape or attempted rape."
The Truth-o-Meter says: Mostly True | Barack Obama says nearly 20 percent of women in the U.S. have been raped or faced rape attempt On the occasion of this year’s Grammy Awards, President Barack Obama released a public-service announcement targeting sexual violence, particularly against women and girls. In his videotaped statement, Obama mentioned a statistic about the prevalence of rape -- with a frequency that was startling enough to provoke several PolitiFact readers to ask us to check it out. "Right now," Obama said, "nearly one in five women in America has been a victim of rape or attempted rape." Is that statistic correct? We took a closer look. We’ll start by noting that this is a different statistic than one that ... >> More

Defund Obamacare Before It's Too Late
Over the next two weeks, the sad spectacle that is Washington will be on full display as Congress and President Obama debate yet another short-term spending plan, also known as a continuing resolution (CR).

Barack Obama: "Iran’s defense budget is $30 billion. Our defense budget is closer to $600 billion."
The Truth-o-Meter says: Mostly True | Obama: Iran spends $30 billion on defense; U.S. about $600 billion As President Barack Obama tries to win support for a nuclear deal with Iran, one of his arguments is that this strategy of negotiation comes with minimal risk. In an interview with the New York Times, Obama made the point that America is and will remain much more powerful than Iran. "Iran’s defense budget is $30 billion. Our defense budget is closer to $600 billion," Obama said. "Iran understands that they cannot fight us." As part of the promise we made during our Kickstarter campaign, we gave a reader the chance to pick from a list of possible claims, ... >> More

Barack Obama: The Affordable Care Act is "a major reason why we’ve seen 50,000 fewer preventable patient deaths in hospitals."
The Truth-o-Meter says: Mostly True | Barack Obama says health care law has led to 50,000 fewer preventable hospital deaths In a recent speech marking the fifth anniversary of the Affordable Care Act, President Barack Obama touted a number of accomplishments he credited to the law. "The work that we’ve been able to do is already spurring the kinds of changes that we had hoped for," Obama said. "It’s helped reduce hospital readmission rates dramatically. It’s a major reason why we’ve seen 50,000 fewer preventable patient deaths in hospitals." We hadn’t heard the claim about preventable deaths, so we took a closer look. When we asked the White House for its evidence, they pointed us to a > More

Obama Criticized for Highly Partisan Speech During Navy Yard Tragedy
President Barack Obama was criticized for delivering a highly partisan Monday speech on the economy while the nation was gripped by a shooting at the Navy Yard in Washington, D.C., that left 12 dead. His speech had two main points that appear contradictory: (1) The economy is doing well. And, (2) It is the Republican's fault that the economy is not doing well.

Obama Actions Show More 'Flaccidity' Than Flexibility
What President Obama calls "flexibility" soon translated into flaccidity. The Russians have always been sensitive to weakness in their opponents.

Barack Obama: Says Loretta Lynch’s nomination "has been now sitting there longer than the previous seven attorney general nominees combined."
The Truth-o-Meter says: Mostly True | Is Loretta Lynch nomination delayed longer than 7 other attorneys general combined? Democrats have recently been accusing Senate Republicans of obstructing the nomination of Loretta Lynch to succeed Eric Holder as attorney general. Lynch, currently the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, would become the first African-American woman to head the Justice Department, but she’s been awaiting a confirmation vote by the full Senate for several months. While observers expect Lynch to win confirmation, the Senate’s Republican majority has been withholding a vote as leverage to secure other legislative items. In addition, some Republicans have taken issue with Lynch’s refusal to speak out against President Barack Obama’s executive actions ... >> More

McCain to Russian People in Pravda Op-Ed: I Am 'More Pro-Russian' Than Putin
Arizona Senator and former presidential hopeful John McCain had an opinion column published in a Russian publication Thursday in response to Russian President Vladimir Putin's New York Times op-ed last week.

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