Karl Rove

Karl Rove is feeling a little defensive today. President Obama recently suggested that Republicans have no serious ideas for health care reform.

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The Republican Civil War Starts in Iowa

Can Karl Rove keep Steve King out of the Senate?

Did Karl Rove fire the first shot in a new Republican civil war? 

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The Conservative Victory Project could backfire on the Republican Party.

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IN THE HISTORY OF election forecasting, 2012 was 1936 all over again, with the roles updated. In 1936, a trio of new forecasters—Elmo Roper, Archibald Crossley, and George Gallup—used statistical sampling methods and predicted that Franklin D. Roosevelt would win re-election, contrary to the best-known “straw poll” of the time, conducted by The Literary Digest. The Digest mailed ballots to millions of automobile owners and telephone subscribers, groups that in the midst of the Depression drastically over-represented Republicans.

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Who's trashing whom on the right? Here's a handy guide to post-election GOP recrimination.

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She cares about the network more than the party.

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Obama's win is a major victory not only for Democrats, but all Americans.

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Odds are that if Barack Obama is reelected, there will be some pretty angry reactions on the right. Here are some forms it might take.

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The GOP orders the Congressional Research Service to clam up about tax cuts and inequality.

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