On "Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace," former President George W. Bush’s political adviser, Karl Rove, defended the Central Intelligence Agency’s use of rectal feeding tubes. Rove said, "First of all, lets get the rectal feedings out. Show More Summary
Republican strategist and former senior advisor to President George W. Bush argued on Sunday that the CIA’s use of waterboarding on detainees could not be considered torture because it was “designed” to let the victim live. In an interview on Fox News Sunday, host Chris Wallace...
White males drove GOP's midterm wins. But dig deep into population changes and there's a very different story
The Senate report is due out this week and is already the object of a Karl Rove style disinformation campaign by former President George W. Bush and others.
Karl Rove is gonna be so mad…it is after all undoubtedly part of Sweden’s plan for global domination. Whistleblower Edward Snowden received several standing ovations in the Swedish parliament after being given the Right Livelihood award for his revelations of the scale of state surveillance. Snowden, who is in exile in Russia, addressed the parliament [...]
Bereft of a competitive 2016 primary, Democrats are backing candidates for Clinton campaign manager. How the top three—Obama-style, classic Clinton, true left—would shape her run.
Under the “I read these idiots so you don’t have to” rubric, Jonathan Bernstein at Bloomberg View: The Republican presidential field just gets bigger and bigger. Three early-look lists last week — compiled by Karl Rove, by Politico’s Mike Allen and by conservative talk-show host Steve Deace — identified 26 candidates in total. Show More Summary
After Democrats got trounced in the midterms, in large part because Americans disapproved of President Barack Obama's forthcoming executive amnesty, even establishment GOP consultant Karl Rove argued that Republicans in Congress should use "every tool available" to stop Obama's unilateral amnesty. Show More Summary
With the top let back and the sunshine shining.
As Republicans were trouncing the Democrats during Tuesday night's midterm election, Fox News went into full on celebration mode in a very oddball manor. Karl Rove was humiliated two years ago after he refused to concede when Fox News had called Ohio for Obama, but not this night. Show More Summary
Tuesday night at the end of their campaign coverage Fox News Channel, political analysts Chris Wallace, Karl Rove, and Joe Trippi celebrated their actuate predictions on the republican victories but wearing cowboy hats and kerchiefs and calling there little group the "Campaign Cowboys." Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
It's after midnight, the biggest midterm news got called already, so fck it, why not appear in cowboy hats on live TV? And that's exactly what Chris Wallace, Karl Rove, and Joe Trippi did on Fox News tonight, literally just for the hell of it.
Remember in 2012, when Megyn Kelly had to walk down the Fox News hallway to the decision desk to check Karl Rove's numbers? Well, Kelly made that same walk again tonight during midterms coverage.
With the help of secret donors and a sketchy ‘social welfare’ nonprofit, Karl Rove’s old crony has purchased 12,000 ads to save Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Will it work?
As Insiders readers know, in politics, what is supposed to happen tends to happen. In a Wall Street Journal op-ed in May 2013, “The GOP sets its sights on the Senate in 2014,” no less than Karl Rove analyzed the likelihood that Republicans would take back the Senate majority in the 2014 midterm elections. Largely […]
I’m sure Rep. Louis Gohmert would say the same about Rush Limbaugh, Karl Rove, et al. During an interview with Newsmax today, the Texas Congressman said that voters shouldn’t trust state senator and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis because she has been divorced. Because he knows stuff. Right Wing Watch reports: When host Ed Berliner asked [...]
Leave it to Karl to orchestrate a cover-up that actually hides information exculpatory to his President and his party. He did just that on the issue of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMDs) in Iraq.
Quite a lot of people are upset about this: Starting in 2004, some members of the George W. Bush administration and Republican lawmakers began to find evidence of discarded chemical weapons in Iraq. But when the information was brought up with the White House, senior adviser Karl Rove told them to “let these sleeping dogs […]
Many people were startled when the New York Times broke an eight part story a few days ago about a Karl Rove-led cover-up of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMDs) in Iraq -- and then The Daily Beast followed up with a report entitled "Insiders...Show More Summary
Fox News contributor and Republican strategist Karl Rove misreported Gallup poll data on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in order to attack health care reform as a liability for Democrats in the 2014 midterm elections. In fact, the Gallup...Show More Summary