7/15/12: Fact-Checking the 2012 US Presidential Candidates
11/1/13: Actually, You Can't "Keep It"
Melissa Block talks to Glenn Kessler, who writes "The Fact Checker" column for The Washington Post. He separates the fact from fiction in Wednesday night's speeches at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida.
Watch Glenn Kessler speak as part of the Stony Brook University School of Journalism speaker series, My Life As.
Presented by Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post's "The Fact Checker," as part of the NCAS 25th Anniversary event "Thinking Outside the Box" - June 10, 2012 in Silver Spring, MD.
This week's Obamacare troubles came in the form of media challenging the oft repeated claim by the administration that if you like your health insurance policy, you can keep it. Bob talks to Washington Post writer, and author of The Fact Checker blog Glenn Kessler about why the "you can keep it" claim was so misleading, and why the media are just now getting around to correcting it.
Glenn Kessler: Journalist, Author, Speaker: The home of the Fact Checker
7/16/12: Bain Battle Continues – What Are the Facts?
12/17/13: Lying Epidemic
3/14/12: Does Obama Want High Gas Prices?
9/26/12: Fact-Checking the 2012 Presidential Candidates
When did Mitt Romney leave Bain? And should he release more of his tax returns? A political mega panel which includes the Washington Post’s Glenn Kessler discusses.
Watch Glenn Kessler, writer of the daily Fact Checker column, appear on the O'Reilly Factor with Bill O'Reilly to discuss Kessler's top Pinocchios of the year, to both Democrats and Republicans.
The Washington Post’s Glenn Kessler fact-checks political claims about prices at the pump.
Journalists (including Glenn Kessler) predicted some of the deceptive statements that President Obama and Mitt Romney might make in the first of their three debates. Some of the subjects they talked about were Medicare, welfare reform, federal budget savings from ending the Iraq war, and gas prices.
8/30/12: Ryan's Speech Provides Fodder for Fact-Checkers