Articles tagged with the keyword: ‘Karl Rove’

Interview with Former Covert CIA Operative Valerie Plame (Part 1)

Originally aired November 13, 2007. Republished in connection with the release of the film, Fair Game, which is based on Plame’s memoir of the same name. Former covert CIA operative Valerie Plame Wilson would still like to know the identity of the CIA official who passed her name to the office of Vice President Dick […]

The Politicians’ Bible: Bringing In The Receipts

The Politicians’ Bible: Bringing In The Receipts

It will be cold tonight in Pennsylvania, but that means nothing to dozens of politicians who are in their final week of a ubiquitous campaign to get a government job. There isn’t a household in Pennsylvania that has active voters that hasn’t been subjected to at least two dozen TV political ads each day, several […]

Presidential Power Grows: Will You Love Every Future President?

Presidential Power Grows: Will You Love Every Future President?

Presidential power has been on a pathway of expansion beyond what the Constitution outlined, and what a government of, by, and for the people requires, since George Washington was president. That expansion, which hit the highway after World War II, got a turbo boost during the co-presidency of George W. Bush and Dick Cheney.

Judge’s Ruling Could Lead To New Details About Cheney’s Role in CIA Leak

Judge’s Ruling Could Lead To New Details About Cheney’s Role in CIA Leak

Court papers filed by Obama’s Justice Department in July revealed that George W. Bush and Dick Cheney were in contact about the leak of covert CIA operative Valerie Plame Wilson, including what is described as “a confidential conversation” and “an apparent communication between the Vice President and the President.”

Whistleblower’s Letter to Holder Reveals Corruption in Siegelman Prosecution

Whistleblower’s Letter to Holder Reveals Corruption in Siegelman Prosecution

Leura Canary, the U.S. attorney for the Middle District of Alabama, wrote press releases about the prosecution of Gov. Don Siegelman that were distributed under the signature of assistant prosecutor Louis Franklin. Also, Canary regularly had two assistants communicate her suggestions about Siegelman’s case to Franklin. All of this took place after Canary had announced […]

Karl Rove And The Republican War Against ACORN

Karl Rove And The Republican War Against ACORN

Recent mainstream news coverage, including lengthy reports in the Washington Post and New York Times, about controversies surrounding ACORN have failed to disclose the near decade-long campaign by the likes of Karl Rove and Republican operatives who worked closely with the former White House political to try and permanently shut down the organization.

The Truth About The Lies About ACORN

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Prosecutors Resort to Fabrications in Siegelman Case

Prosecutors Resort to Fabrications in Siegelman Case

Federal prosecutors in Alabama apparently felt the need to create a fantasy world in their efforts to prevent a new trial in the Don Siegelman case. In a document dated August 27, 2009, the government responded to a “Motion for a New Trial Based on Newly Discovered Evidence” that had been filed by Siegelman and […]

Karl Rove and His Mysterious Alabama ‘Lawyer’

Karl Rove and His Mysterious Alabama ‘Lawyer’

One of the most curious moments in Karl Rove’s recent testimony about the Don Siegelman case came when the former Bush White House adviser was asked about his primary contacts in Alabama. Rove mentioned two familiar names–William Canary, head of the Business Council of Alabama, and Kelley McCullough Robertson, former Southeast political director for the Republican National Committee and state director for Karl Rove & Co.

Watchdog Group Calls For Probe Of NJ’s Christie Over Rove Conversations

Watchdog Group Calls For Probe Of NJ’s Christie Over Rove Conversations

The government watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) asked the Office of the Special Counsel to investigate whether former United States Attorney for the District of New Jersey Chris Christie violated the Hatch Act by discussing a run for Governor of New Jersey with then-White House political adviser Karl Rove while […]

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