Campaign Fact Check Search Engine

Are US election candidates and those on their behalf telling the truth or bending it in the claims they make. is a
non-profit, non-partisan service run by the University Of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg Public Policy Center that aims to help the voter sort out the mess. For example, do a search
for military service (use the box in the top right-hand corner). You’ll see various claims relating to Kerry and Bush listed. Clickthrough for the FactCheck truth analysis.
Nice overview of the service out today from Wired: Finding Truth on the Internet.

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