WASHINGTON -- No one lost as much on election night as Karl Rove.
Although he wasn't running for office, his Crossroads organizations spent more th...
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In view of the recent string of self-inflicted calamities that have struck Romney's camp, the Republicans need Rove and his Super PAC lucre more than ever. But what's a party boss to do when his candidate is in trouble?
The very fact that the Journal hired Rove, a GOP fundraiser, to write columns about the races Rove is trying to win for the GOP represents a glaring ethical lapse.
Casting elections as "deals" and "sales" speaks encyclopedias about how Rove and too many others think about the connection between voters and candidates.
Rove and the GOP are tired. The WSJ is leaking and it's a sad thing that a formerly trusted institution has begun the much expected, post-Murdoch acquisition slippery slide.
It has now been more than three months since Karl Rove first appeared on television as a Fox News political analyst on Feb 5. In no fewer than 57 appe...
One out of five is not a majority. Democrats should keep that simple fact of political life in mind as they pursue the White House.
For a party whose...
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