Joe Biden says that no new coal plants will be built in America under a Democratic administration. He is at odds with the top of his ticket.
Hillary Clinton has accused Obama of cutting a secret deal with a major campaign contributor. But she has failed to produce evidence to support her claim.
Mitt Romney claims that a family of four will pay $1000 more for gas under a McCain energy bill. His logic is flawed.
Ron Paul, Tom Tancredo, and Duncan Hunter have all denounced the "NAFTA superhighway" as an attack on national sovereignty. The Fact Checker finds that their fears are much exaggerated.
New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson claims that his state is "the only state" that is following the Kyoto treaty. The Fact Checker awards him four Pinocchios.
The Gore-acle won the Nobel Peace Prize for his warnings on global warming. But does that make him immune to criticism?