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APRIL 29, 2004
2:54 PM
Kawana Lloyd, Jessica Smith,
New Searchable Database Charts Administration Lies; 400 Contradictions Logged in Time for Bush/Cheney Testimony

WASHINGTON - April 29 - The Center for American Progress (CAP) today launched a comprehensive Claim vs. Fact database at that documents statements from conservatives like President Bush, Vice President Cheney, members of Congress and Fox News personalities and compares those statements to the facts. Each fact is sourced and in many cases includes a web link directly to that source.

As the September 11th Commission questions President Bush and Vice President Cheney about their counterterrorism priorities before the 9/11 attacks, we wanted to alert you to this powerful new tool intended to help journalists, activists and the public compare the Bush administration's claims against well-documented facts.

The database has more than 400 entries and CAP is soliciting more.

CAP encourages submissions of well-documented examples of administration contradictions that are not currently in the database. To submit documentation, visit CAP’s submission page at: or


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