Karl Rove on Townhall

Townhall.com Staff - Thu Sep 22

Janet M. LaRue - Mon Sep 19

When it comes to Social Security, Republicans should stop treating seniors like the feeble-minded demographic portrayed in commercials written by 13-year-olds on Madison Avenue. ... more

Debra J. Saunders - Fri Sep 9

Texas Gov. Rick Perry has a problem. The GOP primary has turned into a two-man race between him and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, it became clear during Wednesday's debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. ... more

Jonah Goldberg - Fri Aug 19

Before President Obama headed off to his rented 28-acre retreat in Martha's Vineyard, he spent a few days campaigning around the Midwest in his new million-dollar, Canadian-made campaign bus, paid for at government expense. He even unveiled what many believe will be his new re-election theme: "Country first." ... more

Dwayne Horner - Mon Aug 8

It’s not Muhammad Ali vs. Joe Fraser, and it may not even be a fight, but much is being written about a feud between Governor Perry’s team and former George W. Bush loyalists. In particular, how a Perry run could affect the fortunes of Karl Rove. ... more

New York, NY - Fri Aug 5

New American Crossroads ad highlights Obama's failed record on job creation. ... more

Hugh Hewitt - Thu Aug 4

"Both GOP congressional leaders emerged with enhanced reputations," concluded Karl Rove in the Wall Street Journal today. And depending on who you ask, he is absolutely correct. ... more

New York, NY - Mon Jul 11

"Are ordinary Americans worried about what's going to happen to their job or their community or their neighbor or their family member? You bet they are." ... more

Katie Pavlich - Wed Jul 6

New York - Tue Jun 28

Crossroads GPS will spend $20 million on ads in crucial swing states. ... more

New York, NY - Thu Jun 23

Karl Rove asserts President Obama will not win reelection. ... more

Townhall.com Staff - Tue Jun 14

New York NY - Wed Jun 8

Karl Rove discusses Congressman Weiner's recent scandal ... more

Jonah Goldberg - Fri May 27

Alea iacta est. That's what Julius Caesar proclaimed as he crossed the Rubicon river in 49 B.C. It means "the die is cast." By crossing the Rubicon with his army, against Roman law, Caesar guaranteed a head-on conflict with the overconfident Roman ruler Pompey. Outnumbered, Caesar was presented with the choice: win or die. ... more

Brent Bozell - Wed May 4

When word emerged Sunday night that President Obama would be making remarks from the White House at 10:30 p.m., viewers knew it must be important. When it began to leak that America had finally found and killed Osama bin Laden, there was joy from sea to shining sea. ... more

Tony Blankley - Wed Mar 9

The media tend to be filled with many items that are either untrue or obvious. ... more

Paul Greenberg - Fri Jan 7

It's the way every new Congress begins -- with pomp amid familiar circumstances. Once again, the Outs have become the Ins, and the opposition now becomes the majority, at least in the People's House. ... more

Cliff May - Thu Dec 16

Filmmakers get to take dramatic license. Reporters really shouldn’t. ... more

Pat Buchanan - Fri Dec 3

Not since Leon Trotsky began publishing the secrets of the Romanov archives in 1918 has there been a more devastating leak of diplomatic documents than this week's WikiLeaks dump. ... more

Robert Scott - Thu Nov 18

Despite Jon Stewart’s attempt to restore sanity recently, Americans showed up at the polls and hopped on the crazy train, overwhelmingly supporting Republican candidates across the country. ... more

Paul Greenberg - Tue Nov 16

Credit for best timing in this year's midterm elections goes to Rahm Emanuel. ... more

Star Parker - Mon Nov 15

Almost two years ago, a new Democrat administration and congress took control of Washington. They immediately sent out invitations to the American people. ... more

Debra J. Saunders - Thu Apr 1

There is another side to Karl Rove -- a side that comes across in his new book, "Courage and Consequence: My Life as a Conservative in the Fight." ... more