The Lie Downers

Friday, October 29, 2004

Try as they might, political journalists just can't seem to get past the horse race. There's been just as much (if not more) tactical coverage this year as ever. But there is one bright spot this time around, and that's the proliferation of fact-checking. Brooks Jackson, founder of, joins Bob to discuss whether the truth-squadding has at all diminished the volume of lies generated in Campaign '04.

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