Karl Rove/External Links 1999-2005
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The following are external articles for 1999 through 2005 related to Karl Rove.
- Also see articles for 2006.
- Robert Bryce, "The Can't-Miss Kid," Austin Chronicle, June 1, 1999.
- Robert Bryce, "Naked City," Austin Chronicle, September 24, 1999.
- Robert Bryce, "The Check's in the Mail," Austin Chronicle, January 14, 2000.
- Jim Hightower, "Rove and Ethics?" Austin Chronicle, June 29, 2001.
- Timothy Noah, "Is Karl Rove Too Ethical To Obey Ethics Rules?" Slate, July 2, 2001.
- Timothy J. Burger, "Bush Aide Hid Business Link: Stayed part-owner of big-bucks political consulting firm," Daily News, August 21, 2001.
- Wayne Madsen, "Exposing Karl Rove," CounterPunch, November 1, 2002.
- Ron Suskind, "Why Are These Men Laughing?" Esquire (posted at ronsuskind.com), January 2003: "Sources close to the former president say Rove was fired from the 1992 Bush presidential campaign after he planted a negative story with columnist Robert Novak about dissatisfaction with campaign fundraising chief and Bush loyalist Robert Mosbacher Jr. It was smoked out, and he was summarily ousted."
- "Bush's Brain: How Karl Rove Made George W. Bush Presidential," Los Angeles Times, May 8, 2003.
- Francis X. Cline, "Karl Rove's Campaign Strategy: It's the Terror, Stupid,", The New York Times, May 10, 2003.
- Nicholas Lemann, "The Controller: Karl Rove is working to get George Bush reelected, but he has bigger plans," The New Yorker Magazine, May 12, 2003.
- "Karl Rove. The Man with the Plan. Tax Cuts, Federal Privatization, The Assault on Labor Unions, Early Retirement, and Postal Reform - How They All Come Together," PostalMag.com, May 28, 2003.
- Tom Hamburger, "Oregon Water Saga Illuminates Rove's Methods With Agencies," Wall Street Journal, July 30, 2003.
- "CIA scandal could divert Rove from re-election campaign," AP, October 1, 2003, Re unauthorized disclosure of name of covert CIA agent Valerie Plame.
- "Conyers Calls For Rove's Resignation," Truthout.org, October 7, 2003: "I write to ask you to resign from the White House staff. Recent press reports have indicated that, while you may or may not have been the source of the Robert Novak column which revealed the status and name of a covert operative, the wife of Ambassador Joseph Wilson, you were involved in a subsequent effort to push this classified information to other reporters and give it even wider currency. This itself may be a federal crime, but regardless of that fact, your actions are morally indefensible."
- Wayne Madsen, "Karl Rove, the king of dirt," From the Wilderness, December 5, 2003.
- "Who's Who in the White House," updated February 16, 2004.
- John Nichols, "Exploiting 9/11, Badly," The Nation, March 5, 2004.
- Dick Meyer, "Have Rove & Bush Lost Their Mojo?" CBS News, March 8, 2004.
- Steve Perry, "Karl Rove's Moment. How 'Bush's Brain' hijacked Washington DC and politics-as-usual," Babelogue, March 21, 2004.
- James C. Moore, "Karl Rove’s Master Plan: A One-Party America," BuzzFlash Contribution, August 31, 2004.
- Neal Gabler, "Karl Rove: America's Mullah," Los Angeles Times, October 24, 2004.
- Chris Suellentrop, "The Vanishing Nonvoter. Has Karl Rove brought too many new people to politics?" Slate, October 30, 2004.
- Tom Pauken, "The Rise and Fall of the Texas Republican Party: The Rove Machine," Chronicles Magazine, November 2004.
- Joshua Green (2004-11). Karl Rove in a Corner. The Atlantic. Retrieved on 2011-05-13.
- Nomination, White House News Release, February 8, 2005: Bush named "Karl Rove Assistant to the President, Deputy Chief of Staff and Senior Advisor."
- Howard Fineman and Michael Isikoff, "King Karl," Newsweek, February 21, 2005. "It's no big deal, insists the White House. But Rove's new duties will help fix Bush's place in history."
- "Rove Uses Campaign Playbook to Mastermind Social Security Fight," Bloomberg.com, March 2, 2005.
- Patrick O'Connor, "Rove briefs lobbyists on Social Security plan," The Hill, March 1, 2005.
- Harvey Wasserman, "If Jesus returns, Karl Rove will kill him," The Free Press, March 22, 2005.
- Bill Moyers, "Welcome to Doomsday,", The New York Review of Books, March 28, 2005 (edition): "... Karl Rove wandered the White House whistling 'Onward Christian Soldiers' as he prepared for the 2004 elections."
- Murray Waas,"Exclusive: Plame Game Over?" The American Prospect, April 6, 2005.
- Carol Leonnig,"Papers Say Leak Probe Is Over," Washington Post, April 7 2008.
- "Karl Rove - The Architect," PBS Frontline, April 12, 2005.
- Alexandra Star, "Dick Wadhams. Karl Rove's heir apparent," Slate, June 10, 2005. See Dick Wadhams.
- Karl Rove, "Remarks of Karl Rove at the New York Conservative Party,", Washington Post, June 22, 2005. (This is a full transcript of his comments.)
- Sam Dolnick, "Rove: Dems Didn't Get 9/11 Consequences," AP, June 22, 2005.
- Patrick D. Healy, "Rove Criticizes Liberals on 9/11," New York Times, June 23, 2005.
- Jim Abrams, "Dems say Rove should apologize or resign," AP, June 23, 2005.
- Jim Abrams, "White House supports Rove over comments," AP, June 23, 2005.
- Stephen Dinan and Ralph Z. Hallow, "Rove's mockery of 9/11 liberals riles Democrats," Washington Times, June 24, 2005.
- "Media outlets highlight Democrats' outrage over Rove comment; most neglect to mention outrage from 9-11 families," Media Matters for America, June 24, 2005.
- "White House: Rove targeted liberal group, filmmaker," Reuters, June 24, 2005.
- Jamey Hecht, "The Rove Remarks," From the Wilderness, June 24, 2005. Sam Dolnick's June 22, 2005, AP article precedes Hecht's article.
- Joe Conason, "Karl Rove is a liar. In attacking liberals' reaction to Sept. 11, Bush's senior advisor once again resorts to McCarthy-style tactics," Salon, June 24, 2005: "The other night Rove lied about the liberal reaction to the Sept. 11 attacks and again exploited patriotism for narrow partisan advantage in a time of war. He seeks to divert public opinion from the failures of the Bush administration by suppressing dissent, stigmatizing 'liberals' and returning to the same old tactics that the Republican far right has used ever since the McCarthy era." Access requires subscription or site pass.
- Raymond Hernandez, "Democrats Demand Rove Apologize for 9/11 Remarks," New York Times, June 24, 2005.
- Dan Froomkin, "They Don't Apologize," Washington Post, June 24, 2005.
- Terry Turner, "Rove Rewrites History," blogcritics.org, June 24, 2005.
- David Corn, "Another 9/11 Insult from the GOP," The Nation, June 24, 2005.
- Dan Balz, "Rove Taking a More Public Role: Bush Adviser Playing Messenger for Second-Term Agenda", Washington Post, June 26, 2005.
- "Karl Rove," The Randi Rhodes Show, June 26, 2005.
- Randolph T. Holhut, "'Even Karl Rove's lies can't save President Bush now'," The Smirking Chimp, June 30, 2005: "It's a sign that the Bush administration is now so tapped out, so intellectually bankrupt and so without scruples that it is reduced to attacking the patriotism of the 60 percent or so of Americans who now think George W. Bush is running this country straight into the ground."
- "Liberally use Rove's rules against Rove," Atlanta Journal-Constitution, June 30, 2005: "Karl Rove, the president's top political adviser and deputy chief of staff, had himself a little fun a week ago. ... 'Conservatives saw the savagery of 9/11 in the attacks and prepared for war,' Rove said in a New York speech. 'Liberals saw the savagery of the 9/11 attacks and wanted to prepare indictments and offer therapy and understanding for our attackers.' ... That's a harsh indictment of a substantial portion of the American people. It's also patently untrue."
- Helen Thomas, "Rove Crosses Line With Attack On Liberals. Bush Adviser Comes Close To Calling Democrats 'Appeasers'," Hearst Newspapers, June 30, 2005.
- Justin Raimondo, "Summer Scandals. Let the fireworks begin!" antiwar.com, July 4, 2005.
- Judd Legum et al., "Questions for Karl," Progress Report/American Progress Action Fund, July 5, 2005.
- Murray Waas, "Front Page Fronts," American Prospect, July 15, 2005.
- Murray Waas, "An Unlikely Story,"American Prospect, July 19, 2005.
- Murray Waas, "Rove and Ashcroft Face New Allegations in Valerie Plame Affair,"Village Voice, August 19, 2005.
- Arianna Huffington, "Rove Off the Record," The Huffington Post, September 17, 2005. On Hurricane Katrina, Cindy Sheehan, etc.
- Murray Waas, "Rove Before Grand Jury in the Morning," Whatever Already! (blog), Oct. 6, 2005.
- Dan Froomkin, "The Prosecutor Zeroes In," Washington Post, October 18, 2005.*White House Briefing column in the Washington Post.
- Murray Waas, "Rove Assured Bush He Was Not Leaker, National Journal, Nov. 7, 2005.
- Jearalyn Merritt, "It's Libby vs. Miller Time," Talk Left, Oct. 18, 2005.
- Mike Allen, "A White House Without Rove? He's not gone yet, but his Texas-size ambitions are giving way to smaller goals," Time, November 6, 2005.
- Richard W. Stevenson, "White House Tries to Keep Distance From Leak Case," New York Times, November 6, 2005.
- Dubya, "Rove Remains In Serious Jeopardy, Could Be for Some Time," Daily Kos, Nov. 11, 2005.
- Byron York, "Will Rove be Indicted? As rumors fly, here’s what’s known at this point," National Review, December 14, 2005.