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James C. Moore is a Texan and the best-selling author of "Bush's Brain: How Karl Rove Made George W. Bush Presidential," and five other books on politics and science. He is a business development and communications consultant in Austin, Texas, for Big Bend Strategies. (CNN) Imagine taking the ...
Editor's note: James C. Moore is a business consultant and principal at Big Bend Strategies, a business messaging firm. He is co-author of "Bush's Brain: How Karl Rove Made George W. Bush Presidential" and a TV political analyst. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author.

His mother's reputed suicide, which has little relevance to present-day events, is frequently mentioned on anti-Rove Web pages, including one Democratic National Committee page. Some bloggers have said she killed herself in Reno, many attributing the information to Rove's biographers James Moore ...
The first is Mark McKinnon, who, in the '70s and '80s was the kind of progressive liberal who would've given Karl Rove a wedgie if he'd had the chance. McKinnon became a Republican when he saw his opportunity to jump on the Bush train and take off for the big show at the White House. He has long ...
It's not exactly startling to see that Karl Rove has denied he was aware his own father was gay, even as he guided the GOP into anti-gay wedge politics in the last decade (the Christianists, he coolly calculated, had potentially way more ... From James Moore, the author of The Architect, a biography of Rove:.
In his book and the various interviews and speeches surrounding publication, Karl Rove has made a point of attacking information Wayne Slater and I reported and published regarding Rove's background and the formative years of his political belief system. The topic he has seemed most prickly about ...

It's what John McCain did in 2000 when Karl Rove started circulating rumors that the senator suffered from mental problems after being held for years as a prisoner of war. Why won't the president offer a similar release of his records? The answer, of course, is too obvious to bother stating. And it is not hard ...
CONGRESS WANTS TO hear from Karl Rove, and members want him sworn in. Rather than accept a politically expedient deal from the White House — a no-oath interview — Senate and House committees have approved subpoenas for Rove and others. Lawmakers hope to figure out whether Rove ...
“Rove didn't just want to win,” James Moore and Wayne Slater write in their book Rove Exposed: How Bush's Brain Fooled America. “He wanted the opponents destroyed. His worldview was clear even then. There was his team and the other team, and he would make the other team pay.” Karl Rove's origins as a debater ...
His new book is The Architect: Karl Rove and The Master Plan for Absolute Power. Rove has been involved with the Bush family for nearly 30 years and worked with George W. Bush on every one of his campaigns. Slater co-authored the book with James Moore, his co-writer on Bush's Brain: How Karl Rove ...
In July of 2004, Karl Rove was concluding a trip to Palm Springs, California and heading off to manage the reelection campaign of George W. Bush. The president's senior political advisor had settled on a strategy that he was convinced would increase turnout of the conservative Republican base as well as ...
In their book Bush's Brain, James Moore and Wayne Slater explain how Rove's success as a fundraiser provided the impetus for his move into political consulting, and how, once established in that capacity, he consolidated his power by controlling candidates' access to major donors, usually ensuring that his clients were ...
James C. Moore is a Texan and the best-selling author of "Bush's Brain: How Karl Rove Made George W. Bush Presidential," and five other books on politics and science. He is a business development and communications consultant in Austin, Texas, for Big Bend Strategies. (CNN) Imagine taking the ...
James C. Moore is a Texan and the best-selling author of "Bush's Brain: How Karl Rove Made George W. Bush Presidential," and five other books on politics and science. He is a business development and communications consultant in Austin, Texas, for Big Bend Strategies. (CNN) Imagine taking the ...
Editor's note: James C. Moore is a business consultant and principal at Big Bend Strategies, a business messaging firm. He is co-author of "Bush's Brain: How Karl Rove Made George W. Bush Presidential" and a TV political analyst. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author.
His mother's reputed suicide, which has little relevance to present-day events, is frequently mentioned on anti-Rove Web pages, including one Democratic National Committee page. Some bloggers have said she killed herself in Reno, many attributing the information to Rove's biographers James Moore ...
When Perry ran for Texas agriculture commissioner in 1990, he benefited from a federal investigation of his opponent's office, which had been facilitated by his campaign manager Karl Rove. Rove worked with an FBI agent to investigate Democrat Jim Hightower and two of his senior staffers at a time when ...

It's not exactly startling to see that Karl Rove has denied he was aware his own father was gay, even as he guided the GOP into anti-gay wedge politics in the last decade (the Christianists, he coolly calculated, had potentially way more ... From James Moore, the author of The Architect, a biography of Rove:.
In his book and the various interviews and speeches surrounding publication, Karl Rove has made a point of attacking information Wayne Slater and I reported and published regarding Rove's background and the formative years of his political belief system. The topic he has seemed most prickly about ...
It's what John McCain did in 2000 when Karl Rove started circulating rumors that the senator suffered from mental problems after being held for years as a prisoner of war. Why won't the president offer a similar release of his records? The answer, of course, is too obvious to bother stating. And it is not hard ...
CONGRESS WANTS TO hear from Karl Rove, and members want him sworn in. Rather than accept a politically expedient deal from the White House — a no-oath interview — Senate and House committees have approved subpoenas for Rove and others. Lawmakers hope to figure out whether Rove ...
His new book is The Architect: Karl Rove and The Master Plan for Absolute Power. Rove has been involved with the Bush family for nearly 30 years and worked with George W. Bush on every one of his campaigns. Slater co-authored the book with James Moore, his co-writer on Bush's Brain: How Karl Rove ...
In July of 2004, Karl Rove was concluding a trip to Palm Springs, California and heading off to manage the reelection campaign of George W. Bush. The president's senior political advisor had settled on a strategy that he was convinced would increase turnout of the conservative Republican base as well as ...
In their book Bush's Brain, James Moore and Wayne Slater explain how Rove's success as a fundraiser provided the impetus for his move into political consulting, and how, once established in that capacity, he consolidated his power by controlling candidates' access to major donors, usually ensuring that his clients were ...
In their brief for Bobby James Moore, his lawyers told the Supreme Court that “Texas's approach defies both the Constitution and common ...
James C. Moore is a Texan and the best-selling author of "Bush's Brain: How Karl Rove Made George W. Bush Presidential," and five other ...
He is co-author of "Bush's Brain: How Karl Rove Made George W. Bush Presidential" and a TV political analyst. The opinions expressed in this ...
Rove's father and mother, Louis and Reba Rove, were listed in a ... the information to Rove's biographers James Moore and Wayne Slater.
By James Moore .... Rove worked with an FBI agent to investigate Democrat Jim Hightower and two of his senior staffers at a time when Perry ...
The first is Mark McKinnon, who, in the '70s and '80s was the kind of progressive liberal who would've given Karl Rove a wedgie if he'd had the ...
It's not exactly startling to see that Karl Rove has denied he was aware ... From James Moore, the author of The Architect, a biography of Rove:.
By James Moore ... In our book, The Architect: Karl Rove and the Dream of Absolute Power, (I disagreed with the publisher's hyperbolic subtitle) ...
Okay, I'm tired of talking about this. But it needs clarification one more time. When I was doing research on George W. Bush's close encounter ...
CONGRESS WANTS TO hear from Karl Rove, and members want him sworn in. Rather than accept a politically expedient deal from the White ...
His new book is The Architect: Karl Rove and The Master Plan for Absolute ... Slater co-authored the book with James Moore, his co-writer on ...
Slater co-authored the book with James Moore, his co-writer on Bush's Brain: How Karl Rove Made George W. Bush Presidential. Slater has ...
In July of 2004, Karl Rove was concluding a trip to Palm Springs, California and heading off to manage the reelection campaign of George W.
Rove brought to Alabama a formula, honed in Texas, for winning judicial races. .... James Moore and Wayne Slater explain how Rove's success as a fundraiser ...
Which brings us to Bobby James Moore, who was convicted of shooting a grocery clerk to death during a botched robbery in 1980. After the ...
He is co-author of "Bush's Brain: How Karl Rove Made George W. Bush Presidential" and a TV political analyst. The opinions expressed in this ...
By James Moore .... Rove worked with an FBI agent to investigate Democrat Jim Hightower and two of his senior staffers at a time when Perry ...
The first is Mark McKinnon, who, in the '70s and '80s was the kind of progressive liberal who would've given Karl Rove a wedgie if he'd had the ...
President George W. Bush addresses the press with Texas Gov. Rick Perry during a 2005 post-hurricane briefing in Beaumont.
It's not exactly startling to see that Karl Rove has denied he was aware ... From James Moore, the author of The Architect, a biography of Rove:.
By James Moore ... Louis Rove's personal life was nobody's business until his adopted son decided to make gay rights a wedge issue in the ...
CONGRESS WANTS TO hear from Karl Rove, and members want him sworn in. Rather than accept a politically expedient deal from the White ...
Slater co-authored the book with James Moore, his co-writer on Bush's Brain: How Karl Rove Made George W. Bush Presidential. Slater has ...
In July of 2004, Karl Rove was concluding a trip to Palm Springs, California and heading off to manage the reelection campaign of George W.
Rove brought to Alabama a formula, honed in Texas, for winning judicial races. .... James Moore and Wayne Slater explain how Rove's success as a fundraiser ...
The incident didn't hurt Rove's career either. As James Moore and Wayne Slater wrote in their book Bush's Brain, "Any consultant good enough for somebody to bug his office, was surely a consultant to be sought after for his wise counsel.


 

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