Rove Gives Guidance To House GOP

Republicans turned to an old ally for guidance Wednesday morning: Bush-era political architect Karl Rove. Rove gave a speech to the House Republican Conference in a closed-door meeting at the Capitol Hill Club, telling lawmakers he would be more cautious … Continued

The Right Angle In Nevada

There may not be a more pivotal race in 2010 than the battle for U.S. Senator from the Silver State. Democrat Harry Reid represents all that is wrong with Washington.  Reid’s pork barreling, Obamacare engineering, cap-and-trade touting, over taxing mentality … Continued

Dick Morris Raising Money For Sharron Angle’s Senate Bid

Dick Morris, the former political adviser to President Bill Clinton who turned his back on Democrats and embraced conservatives, is raising money for Republican Sharron Angle’s Senate bid. “The campaign in Nevada to replace Harry Reid is in a desperate … Continued

Pelosi Peeved By Gibbs’ House Predictions

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, the driving force behind the Obama agenda in Congress, sharply criticized White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs at a closed-door House Democratic caucus meeting late Tuesday, according to Democratic sources. Pelosi, irked since Sunday by what she … Continued

Bentley Wins Alabama GOP Gubernatorial Nomination

Self-described outsider Robert Bentley won Alabama’s Republican nomination for governor Tuesday night over establishment candidate Bradley Byrne with a strong showing in rural areas. In the unofficial count, Bentley had 56 percent of the vote to Byrne’s 44 percent with … Continued