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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Karl Rove
Republican political strategist Karl Rove didn't pull punches while responding to President Obama's failure to approve the Keystone XL pipeline, calling it a "stupid move" firmly entrenched in politics and aimed fully at appeasing the environmentalists.
President Obama continues to fall in the polls, to a new low as measured by The Wall Street Journal/NBC News. Whether for his foreign or domestic performance, the public judges the president harshly. He has fallen so far, to 41 percent approval in this latest poll, that loyal Democrats are having unhappy thoughts.
Here is what happens when Republicans don't listen to Karl Rove.
Though Karl Rove, Ronald Reagan, and Barry Goldwater weren't in attendance at the 2014 edition of the Conservative Political Action Conference last week, the contrasting visions each had for the Republican Party were well represented.
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!
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.
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.
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.
As Congress braces for a showdown later this month over spending issues including the Affordable Care Act, conservative kingmaker Karl Rove warns Republicans that fighting Obamacare "would strengthen the president while alienating independents."
It was a fireworks show on Sunday, as former White House senior adviser David Plouffe tried to deny to former George W. Bush deputy chief of staff Karl Rove that the ongoing IRS scandal has anything to do with politics.
Republicans ramped up calls Sunday for an independent investigation into the Internal Revenue Service's targeting of conservative groups for special scrutiny.
The next Republican presidential candidate could very well be in favor of same-sex marriage, said GOP strategist Karl Rove, during an interview on ABC.
Candidates often make outrageous claims. It comes with the territory. But Rep. Edward J. Markey, seeking the Massachusetts seat in the U.S. Senate vacated by John F. Kerry, redefines "outrageous."
Though years in the brewing, the internal fight over the direction of the Republican Party has exploded onto front pages and political talk shows this month after strategist Karl Rove announced the formation of a new political action committee designed to promote more electable candidates.