GOP establishment strategist and talking head Karl Rove conspicuously omitted illegal immigration in his advice to GOP Senate candidates on how to close the sale to voters in this year's midterm elections. In a column in the Wall Street...Show More Summary
From the October 1 edition of Fox News' On the Record with Greta Van Susteren: Previously: Fox's Sarah Palin: Obama Won't Address VA Problems Because He "Is Lazy" Hannity Joins In Distortion Of Obama Interview: "You Know, He Recently Said That He's Lazy" "Laziness": Media Distort Obama Interview
Karl Rove wasn't crying when the Kochs were flooding the zone with this drivel. As we've seen the last several days, Karl Rove has been sounding the alarm about the GOP's sudden money deficit. In short, the Democratic campaign committees and candidates have dramatically outraised their Republican counterparts. Show More Summary
Karl Rove is begging conservative billionaires for more money as his party lags in fundraising. From the subscription only Hotline: Democrats will match, or in some cases exceed, the GOP's spending in most of the Senate battlegrounds in September, according to a review of ad spending and reservations. Show More Summary
Just FYI: Karl Rove does not like outgoing U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder.
Karl Rove's super PAC received $300,000 from the parents of Alaska Republican Senate candidate Dan Sullivan, a fact that Rove has not disclosed in numerous recent media appearances discussing Sullivan's race. The Center for Public Integrity...Show More Summary
GOP establishment lover Karl Rove claims that the GOP may not take back the Senate because Republican donors are not supporting his moderate candidates. This despite the fact the Tea Party,
Fox News Sunday invited American Crossroads founder Karl Rove to discuss key 2014 midterm Senate races without disclosing Rove's relationship with the super PAC that has poured millions into influencing the outcomes of the Senate races...Show More Summary
On this weekend's broadcast of "Fox News Sunday," Republican strategist Karl Rove said it's not a given the GOP will take control of the U.S. Senate because of the Democrats’ cash advantage. Rove said, “The dynamics are good for Republicans – enthusiasm is high, Obama is low,” “The one advantage that Democrats have is a cash advantage. Show More Summary
It's a nice life, when on one political show Newt Gingrich can tout the RNC's fundraising victory over the DNC while GOP strategist Karl Rove can fret on another network about the Democrats' "cash advantage" heading into the midterm...
After declaring war on the Tea Party and often showing nothing but contempt for grassroots conservatives that powered Republicans to record gains in the 2010 midterm elections, Karl Rove whined that the GOP may not take back the Senate this year because of the lack of enthusiasm for his establishment-approved candidates. Show More Summary
Faced with attacks from the Koch brothers and the Chamber of Commerce, Sen. Kay Hagan is obviously asking for money. “Karl Rove, the Koch...
In a Wall Street Journal op-ed published Wednesday, veteran Republican strategist Karl Rove outlined why he believes the idea of having a GOP-controlled Senate come January isn't as easy as advertised.
Monica Wehby cribbed her health plan from a Karl Rove survey. How a one-time healthcare "policy wonk" bottomed out
As we enter the home stretch, campaign ads aren't getting any less dumb. Let's make fun of them
The Wall Street Journal's problematic relationship with Karl Rove continues as the paper ran a Rove-penned column that's essentially an advertisement for the importance of political groups like American Crossroads -- which he helpedShow More Summary
Another xenophobic ad in a red-state Senate race, this one from the Karl Rove-backed Kentucky Opportunity Coalition attacking Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes on behalf of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell: PRESIDENT...Show More Summary
Karl Rove's Crossroads GPS is out with a new ad defending GOP Rep. Cory Gardner from criticism of his constant flailing on choice, personhood, and contraception, but instead of directly defending Gardner, the ad dismisses women who care about his views as "single-issue voters" and instead attacks Sen. Show More Summary
One need only Google Rove and ObamaCare to see how loudly and consistently Republican strategist Karl Rove has been pushing it as the issue to run on in the mid-term elections. Rove even took to the pages of the Wall Street Journal to spell out how to run against it as recently as mid-July. Show More Summary
Karl Rove can lie to the viewers over at Faux "news" all he wants, but it's not going to change the fact that Iraq was far from peaceful after the so-called surge, as Steve Hynd explained back in 2009 when they were discussing the same...Show More Summary