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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Karl Rove
Almost every reporter asks him if he's going to run for president again in 2016. Mitt Romney's answer is emphatic and clear: No. Sometimes it's no, no, no, no, no!
Political observers from both sides of the aisle said Sunday there is little use in rehashing the turmoil of Bill Clinton's presidency if his wife, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, decides to run for the White House in 2016.
Hey man, like it's a bummer: There's unintended collateral damage when marijuana is legalized for recreational use.
Two campaign finance watchdog groups on Friday sued the Federal Election Commission over the panel's decision not to pursue a complaint against the conservative Crossroads GPS, co-founded by GOP strategist Karl Rove.
Three Republican candidates for U.S. Senate spoke Thursday night to convince conservative voters that they're best to challenge Democratic incumbent Kay Hagan in November, saying they'll fight to repeal the health care overhaul law and reduce the federal government's role in daily life.
In every election cycle in the past 40 years, the Republican establishment has always attacked genuinely conservative candidates. Meanwhile, they try to pass off bigger-government, bigger-spending Republicans as conservative.
Ed Gillespie, whose grandfather and father immigrated from Ireland, has a resume long enough to exhaust a voice coach who tries to read it aloud.
Texas Rep. Louie Gohmert said tea partiers should rise up and fight against efforts to quash the group by the Republican Party's old guard.
Th Campaign Legal Center and Public Citizen on Thursday announced plans to file a suit against the Federal Election Commission for its dismissal of a complaint against Crossroads GPS.
ANALYSIS: If the GOP is still the party of the big tent, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie needs to check the roof over his section for a gaping hole.
The presidential hopes of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie likely will survive the unfolding George Washington Bridge scandal, leading Republican strategist Karl Rove said Sunday.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce's new push to get involved in Republican primaries by defending incumbents against tea party challengers could actually make it easier to unseat them, according to the head of the influential Club for Growth.
President Obama completed an ambitious fundraising schedule for Democrats in November, but many of the congressional candidates he is trying to help are finding their election prospects next year imperiled by the president's faulty health care law.
The White House has set its regulatory sights on nonprofits — particularly nonprofits with a political mission — and proposed a new batch of rules that would even prohibit the groups from distributing voter guides, or helping voters to register for elections.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz said Thursday that there's no doubt Democrats will successfully run on Obamacare in the 2014 midterm elections, despite the dismally small number of enrollments that have been revealed this week, National Review Online first reported.
"It's easier to say what you're against and harder to say what you're for," Mr. Rove told Fox News Sunday.
Karl Rove, a former White House adviser to President George W. Bush, said going straight at Mr. Clinton to undermine a potential Hillary Clinton bid will not be persuasive to voters.