Karl Rove

Ed Gillespie, Big Business Lobbyist Announces for US Senate

Google search is an unforgiving mistress, says James V. DeLong and Ed Gillespie's connections with the business establishment, which supports ObamaCare, the immigration cave-in, infrastructure pork, and Common Core, will provide rich themes for attacks from Democrats and questions from limited government constitutional conservatives.

GOP Myths About Conservative Candidates

Mike Flynn, Breitbart

Karl Rove, the US Chamber, and other special interests have vowed to spend whatever it takes to prevent citizens from nominating the "wrong" candidates. Setting aside the conceit that these interests know better than voters who should represent them, are these concerns even valid?

‘Main Street’ GOP Groups & Their Leftist Funders

Michelle Malkin, National Review Online

Unions are funding Republican groups to help push through amnesty for illegal immigrants. 

The GOP Civil War Is Coming To Your Next Primary Election

The Big Business – Big Government Axis of the Republican establishment has identified their political enemy, and it is us. It is time limited government constitutional conservatives recognized the threat and got serious about organizing a counterattack using our grassroots strength and their hypocrisy against them.

Karl Rove & The GOP Socialists

Jeffrey Lord, American Spectator

Karl Rove (i.e., architect of the American Crossroads SuperPAC), the US Chamber of Commerce, and the Washington GOP Establishment have declared war on the Reaganite conservative base of the Republican Party.

Social Conservatives' Fundraising Plans Revealed

Kenneth P. Vogel, Politico

Plans in the works range from aggressive super PAC spending in primaries against Republicans deemed squishy on social issues, to holding a donor conference in Normandy, France.

Conservatives Pick Biggest Winner of 2013

Ted Cruz topped the biggest winners of 2013 list because he almost singlehandedly re-energized the Tea Party movement and became the model for a new crop of boat-rocking limited government constitutional candidates who are bent on challenging the Republican establishment and finishing the work the Tea Party started in 2009 and 2010.

Conservatives Pick Biggest Losers of 2013

CHQ readers have spoken and, next to President Obama, they overwhelmingly chose establishment Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner as CHQ’s Biggest Loser of 2013.

Who, Aside From Obama, Was the Biggest Winner of 2013?

Did conservatives win by losing in 2013, or were the fights over funding ObamaCare, spending and the debt ceiling the devastating conservative losses the media and establishment Republicans say they were? Take our Biggest Winner of 2013 Poll now.

Poll: Who Was The Biggest Winner of 2013?

As a conservative, who was the biggest WINNER of 2013 (besides Obama)?
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Rove's Repub. Rivals Step Up

Steve Benen, MSNBC

Despite Karl Rove's tarnished reputation from his huge 2012 election failures, he still has a media perch and raises money via American Crossroads. However, Rove has more intra-party rivals this time.

Poll: Who Were The Biggest Losers of 2013?

As a conservative, who would you say was the biggest loser of 2013 (besides Obama)?
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Who, Aside From Obama, Was the Biggest Loser of 2013?

We think the most interesting year-end political question is not who the biggest loser is, but who, aside from Obama, is the biggest loser of 2013? Here are our nominees. Please let us know what you think or add yours in the comments section, and don't forget to take our "biggest loser of 2013" poll, we will report the results in the New Year's Eve edition of CHQ.

Rove's Crossroads Reloads Against TeaParty

Tony Lee, Breitbart

Karl Rove's American Crossroads brand was damaged after it declared war against conservatives. Yet the group will try to influence the '14 elections with bullying and creating groups that, on the surface, don't seem to be affiliated. "Kentuckians for Strong Leadership" is curiously backing McConnell while getting most of its cash from Crossroads donors. 

Rove Gave Norquist $26.4 Mill.

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

On its 2012 tax return, the biggest grant Karl Rove’s Crossroads GPS gave to anyone was a $26.4 million grant it gave to Grover Norquist’s American For Tax Reform for “social welfare.”

R's Must Get Away From Rove Strategy

Brandon Finnegan, The Federalist

Rather than doubling down on the “just get to 270″ strategy that’s been utilized by the GOP since 2000, the Republican Party must expand the map if it ever wishes to win another presidential election. 

Don’t Buy Karl Rove’s B.S.

Why are Karl Rove and his establishment Republican patrons apparently faltering, while the allegedly unsophisticated amateurs of the Tea Party are building on their grassroots base to raise a national war chest?

MSM Lies: TeaParty Did Back Cuccinelli

Mark Levin, MarkLevinShow.com

Time's latest liberal article wants you to believe that conservatives abandoned Ken Cuccinelli. Not true. Tea party activists donated not only their money but their time. The GOP leaders can plant all the stories it wants with its media friends. But it doesn't change the facts.

Repubs. In Wake of Cuccinelli & Christie

Sally Zelikovsky, American Thinker

Here's a conservative electoral overview & evisceration of the usual Rove-Rubin GOP estab. talking points: We often let the left define our candidacies to such an extent we are playing defense to their accusations and distractions instead of controlling the narrative ourselves. 

McConnell Adopts Anti-Limbaugh Ploy

Erick Erickson, Red State

The controversy over Mitch McConnell's blackmail tactics against conservative grassroots grows. Is Karl Rove behind this as well?