Articles tagged with the keyword: ‘Karl Rove’

Did Rove’s Testimony Reveal a Felony?

Did Rove’s Testimony Reveal a Felony?

The next time Karl Rove’s doughy face appears on Fox News, you might want to allow this thought to enter your consciousness: “Is that man a felon, and if so, why is he getting time on a major network?” Documents released last week by the U.S. House Judiciary Committee leave many unanswered questions. But one […]

Conyers May Call Rove, Miers to Testify Publicly About Attorney Firings

Conyers May Call Rove, Miers to Testify Publicly  About Attorney Firings

House Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers may call Karl Rove and Harriet Miers to testify publicly before Congress sometime in the fall about their role in the firings of nine U.S. attorneys and what President George W. Bush knew about the plan and when he knew it.

Don Siegelman and The Karl Rove Testimony: What’s Next?

Don Siegelman and The Karl Rove Testimony: What’s Next?

The U.S. House Judiciary Committee took an important first step by interviewing former Bush White House advisor Karl Rove. But the truth about the Don Siegelman case will not come out unless Congress conducts a thorough investigation and uses that information to confront Rove, and others, with much tougher questions than have been posed so far.

Rove Did Not Deny He Was Involved in Gov. Siegelman Case

Rove Did Not Deny He Was Involved in Gov. Siegelman Case

Reports in both the mainstream and Web press indicate that Karl Rove, in his testimony before representatives of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee, denied involvement in the Don Siegelman case. There is only one problem with those reports: They are not true.

Did Rove Follow Siegelman Case? Oh, Yes

Did Rove Follow Siegelman Case? Oh, Yes

Karl Rove’s defenders have contended that “Bush’s Brain” was much too busy as White House senior advisor to keep up with Alabama politics. But the U.S. House Judiciary Committee released documents and testimony yesterday showing that Rove did keep up with Alabama politics–including the legal difficulties of former Democratic Governor Don Siegelman. Rove even received […]

Rove ‘Driving Force’ Behind U.S. Attorney Firings

Rove ‘Driving Force’ Behind U.S. Attorney Firings

Political adviser Karl Rove and other officials inside George W. Bush’s White House pushed for the firing of a key federal prosecutor because he wasn’t cooperating with Republican plans for indicting Democrats and their allies before the 2006 election, according to internal documents and depositions. The evidence, which House Judiciary Committee chairman John Conyers released […]

New Docs Implicate Rove, Miers in Attorney Firings; Criminal Charges Possible

New Docs Implicate Rove, Miers in Attorney Firings; Criminal Charges Possible

Please see our in-depth report on Rove’s role in the firing of New Mexico U.S. Attorney David Iglesias here. Editor’s note: The House Judiciary Committee has just released more than 5,000 pages of new documents that the panel said implicates former White House poltical adviser Karl Rove in the firings of several U.S. attorneys dismissed […]

Iglesias: ‘Long Suspected Rove’s Fingerprints Were All Over’ US Attorney Firings

Iglesias: ‘Long Suspected Rove’s Fingerprints Were All Over’ US Attorney Firings

In an interview Thursday, Iglesias said he was “not surprised” Bush “got involved in the decisions to dismiss the prosecutors. “For something that became this politicized it had to get his input his approval,” Iglesias said. “I suspect when all the evidence comes out he wasn’t just in the loop he approved it.” Iglesias said […]

Petition Opposing Hiring of Alberto Gonzales Gaining Signatures

Petition Opposing Hiring of Alberto Gonzales Gaining Signatures

Seventy professors at Texas Tech University have signed a petition protesting the hiring of Alberto Gonzales and accused the college’s chancellor of nepotism in bringing the disgraced former attorney general to campus to teach a political science class. According a copy of the petition obtained by the Texas Tech’s student newspaper, The Daily Toreador, the […]

Obama’s DOJ Wants to Protect Cheney From Political Embarrassment

Obama’s DOJ Wants to Protect Cheney From Political Embarrassment

The Obama administration asserted a legal argument that a federal judge called the Jon Stewart “Daily Show exemption,” as the Justice Department continued a court fight to protect ex-Vice President Dick Cheney from disclosures about his role in the leak of a CIA officer’s identity six years ago. At a federal court hearing Tuesday, Jeffrey […]

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