On Fox News Monday, Republican strategist Karl Rove weighed in on the much-discussed Atlantic interview with former secretary of state Hillary Clinton.
The Tea party-aligned candidate in Alaska's Republican Senate primary Joe Miller invoked the "R" word, as in Karl Rove, in attacking his two opponents over their stance on illegal immigration. Given the way the immigration issue is now...Show More Summary
Never let it be said that Karl Rove can be bested by the Koch Brothers. In what appears to be his bid for equality in the dishonest ad category, Rove may have bested them by featuring an employee of Noble Energy. Noble Energy has spent...Show More Summary
It's been months since reporters and fact-checkers have had the chance to sink their teeth into a good debunking of an Obamacare "horror story." Apparently the lull has encouraged Karl Rove's gang to see if they could slip on in under the radar. Show More Summary
When I saw this, my first thought was that the AP had brought back Karl Rove fan Ron Fournier: BREAKING: Suburban Detroit homeowner convicted of second-degree murder in porch shooting. — The Associated Press (@AP) August 7, 2014 The “suburban” was a nice touch (WINK WINK). Another way of looking at it was a distressed [Read more...]
Earlier this year, FEC Commissioner Ann Ravel was so frustrated by the partisanship within the panel that she took to the op-ed pages of the New York Times to shake her fist at the way her Republican colleagues went out of their wayShow More Summary
Despite numerous calls for President Obama’s impeachment in the past, Karl Rove says that it is now the president himself encouraging the current impeachment talk. In an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, Rove accused the Democrats of making an impeachment ploy and condemned them for the effort. “Mr. Obama and his party are now
Via Politico: Karl Rove is playing a bipartisan blame game when it comes to talk about impeachment. “[President Barack Obama] is playing with the American people by suggesting a constitutional crisis where none exists,” Rove said Tuesday...Show More Summary
Sean Hannity made it clear Wednesday night he is not on board with impeachment as a political strategy yet. Talking with Karl Rove tonight, Hannity said it would be outright "stupid" for the GOP to make impeachment an issue when it would hurt their very good chances of winning big in the midterms.
Karl Rove, still recovering from the excitement of covering President Obama's razor thin 4-point victory in Ohio, appears on Fox to chastise the president for suggesting his own impeachment, of all things: "[Obama] wants nothing more...Show More Summary
From the July 29 edition of Cumulus Media Networks' The Mark Levin Show: Previously: Levin: Immigration Reform Bill Is A "Disgusting Disgrace" Mark Levin Attacks Karl Rove For Urging GOP To Support Immigration Reform Mark Levin Attacks GOP For Supporting Immigration Reform: "You Lie Through Your Teeth"
Karl Rove is letting Republicans have it for helping Democrats and the White House by fueling talk of impeachment. Referring to Obama as the “cynic in chief,” Rove said on Fox News’s On the Record that Obama is “suggesting a constitutional crisis” in an effort to “fatten the accounts of Democratic fundraising groups.” White House [...]
Karl Rove: "Shame" on Obama for saying we might impeach him. Watch.
Campaign strategist Karl Rove denounced talk about Republicans impeaching President Obama, including White House efforts to stoke the rumors. On Fox News Wednesday morning, Rove referred to Obama as the “cynic in chief” who was fueling the rumors for the sake of fundraising. Show More Summary
Karl Rove unleashed on Republicans and conservatives Tuesday who he says “helped” Democrats and the White House by calling for the impeachment of President Barack Obama.
Did you hear the one about the Israeli press just making up a conversation that didn't take place between Obama and Netanyahu? That's a page right out of Karl Rove's strategy guide. It was off-the-charts in terms of the intent and the evil. Show More Summary
Karl Rove weighed in on impeachment on Fox News tonight, and while he scolded any Republican who would be openly calling for such a ridiculous idea at this point, he said the White House is acting beyond pathetic to be cynically ginning up threats of impeachment to rally the base and collect campaign cash.
What do Lee Atwater, Karl Rove, and Vladimir Lenin have in common? If you answered that they’re all Republican strategists, you’re sort of right, suggested Seth D. Michaels in a Thursday article at Talking Points Memo. Michaels claimed that GOPers are using a Leninist approach to subvert an increased government role in the health-care system. Show More Summary
On Fox News’s Cavuto Thursday, conservative radio talker Mark Levin called out the network for keeping Republican strategist Karl Rove on the dole. Levin's comment came when show host Neil Cavuto asked for his opinion on...