The Kochs are not investing a fortune in microtargeting for nothing.
Republicans wasted no time in turning the reports into a hard-hitting attack video that contrasted Clinton with Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
American Crossroads airs what could be considered the most dishonest ad in history. Howard Dean is the only voice of sanity in this non-story, proffered by Scarborough's right wing lunacy.
Karl Rove is going to have to sit in the back seat on this FEC lawsuit, whether he likes it or not.
The pundits on Fox "news" would really prefer the Democrats were not talking about the Koch brothers and their ilk doing their best to buy our elections.
This is some welcome news. I'd like to see the tax exempt status of these political groups pulled completely, but these new rules are at least a step in the right direction:
The biggest dark money group, launched by Republican strategist Karl Rove, shows in its tax filing that it got one donation of nearly $23 million and another of $18 million. (Donors names not included.)
Admit the truth: there is no journalism involved in what Candy Crowley does. She just gives platforms for unfounded partisan witch hunts.
Fox found the perfect "expert" to bring in when it comes to Attorney General scandals and violating your tax exempt status with the IRS -- Karl Rove.
Republican strategist Karl Rove says that Crossroads GPS, which is a part the American Crossroads super PAC that he founded, is a legitimate tax-exempt organization because it promotes "social welfare" like the NAACP.
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