All Previous Appearances
Karl Rove joins Happening Now to weigh in on President Barack Obama's handling of U.S. relations with Cuba, explaining why the latest deal is a bad one for the U.S. and a very bad sign to our adversaries.
Karl Rove goes 'On the Record' to weigh in on the potential political ramifications of the Supreme Court's decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act subsidies. Karl explains how Republicans, especially those running for president, should respond.
Former Senior Adviser to President George W. Bush, Karl Rove, discusses the latest entry to the Republican presidential primary. What does Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal bring to the 2016 race? Karl weighs in.
Liberals use Charleston tragedy to push for gun control on 'Hannity.'
Karl Rove discusses the Benghazi panel's probe of Hillary Clinton's top ally, Sidney Blumenthal, over his detained Libya memos. He also weighs in on discovery that Mr. Blumenthal was paid annually by a friendly Clinton network.
More candidates are officially joining the race for the GOP presidential nomination and a new poll shows a 5-way lead among its contenders. Karl Rove goes 'On the Record' to explain why voters should get ready for a long race.
A new Quinnipiac poll shows a 5-way tie for first place in the contest for the GOP presidential nomination. Karl Rove breaks down the numbers and makes some sense of early measurements of the open field.
Karl Rove goes in the 'No Spin Zone' to discuss Senator Rand Paul's criticisms of the surveillance program.
Is a large primary field a disadvantage for Republicans? Karl Rove says it is too soon to tell, but the eventual nominee will likely be the one who rises above any infighting and instead focuses his or her campaign on positive vision.
Karl Rove discusses the recent debate over NSA programs and the Patriot Act. Karl explains critics misunderstand the NSA terror tools and argues they have saved lives and the country will be less safe without them.