Canadian Minister of National Defense Gordon O’Connor didn’t write a letter about an Adopt a Terrorist program, which never existed.
Madonna said she’d thought about blowing up the White House, but claims that she’s under investigation for it are unfounded.
The Crusades Have Finally Started Again commentary makes true and false claims about steps being taken around the world to curb the spread of Islam.
Rumors that President Obama recalled all aircraft carriers were briefly true, but an aircraft carrier deployed days later.
“A General Mattis Christmas Story” tells the true tale of how Gen. James Mattis filled in for a young officer so the officer could spend Christmas with his family.
The Gold Star Family of Sgt. John Perry was booed by first class passengers aboard a flight to meet Perry’s remains because they were allowed to deplane first to catch a connecting flight.
Hillary Clinton didn’t reveal classified information about the four-minute nuclear window during the final presidential debate.
Rumors that Hillary Clinton secretly sent Ambassador Chris Stevens to Benghazi to recover Stinger missiles cannot be proven true or false.
Yavex USA didn’t hide weapons in a shipping containers full of furniture that were bound for terrorist cells abroad, as some have suggested.