This meme claims Mitch McConnell is the richest Senator and Kentucky is the poorest state.Read More
This meme claims that the US is 3rd in murders worldwide, but we’d be 4th from the bottom if we took out Chicago, Detroit, D.C. and New Orleans. It fails on both claims.
This meme paints the Republicans as the party of corruption, while the Democrats have hardly a scratch. This portrayal is dishonest and relies on cherry-picked statistics, without providing context to the viewer.
This meme highlights the rigorous steps taken to obtain a firearm in Japan. At the end, it cites the low death total from guns in Japan and claims a victorious argument for gun control. But are the two linked?
Courtesy of The Other 98%, with over 17,000 likes and 50,000 shares. This meme compares various cost of living increases since 1978 with the corresponding changes in wages. According to the meme, important staples have…
After Donald Trump’s recent Twitter announcement, many memes came out with this claim. Upon investigation, it doesn’t hold up.
This meme shows the voter turnout for the 2016 election, and suggests the low turnout is the reason for our woes. This brings up an interesting question; does voter turnout lead to the success of a society, or lack thereof?
This meme presents the supposed salary and pensions for various politicians, and asserts that’s where the budget cuts should be made. It’s a popular talking point, but how much would this really save?
This meme makes a central claim that “taxes are NOT theft”, and then lists several other actions it claims are actual examples of theft. In order to sort this out, we first need a definition of theft.
This meme quotes Pope Francis from a meeting he had with Doctors With Africa in 2016. The quote is correct, but is the sentiment? Is health, or healthcare a universal right?