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Friday, June 25, 2021

Can Karl Rove Survive?

Karl Rove is known at the White House as “the architect,” the strategist behind President Bush’s political victories. Sometimes he’s even called “Bush’s brain.” Now “the leaker” may become his new nickname, and some wonder if the White House deputy chief of staff will survive.

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Sunsets and the Patriot Act

When the Patriot Act was passed in the first hectic weeks after 9/11, Congress, perhaps conscious of its haste, “sunseted” large parts of the law, meaning those provisions would automatically expire in five years unless Congress renewed them.

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Full Court Press on Patriot Act

In the immediate aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States, a resolute Congress overwhelmingly approved President’s Bush’s request for granting much tougher powers to police to prevent a reoccurrence.

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Bush Must Address Rove Issue

President Bush appeared to be standing by chief political adviser Karl Rove on Tuesday, but for a second day he resisted pressure to address a growing controversy over what role Rove played in the leaking of a CIA operative’s identity two years ago.

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Lies, Damn Lies & Karl Rove, Part Deux

Down at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, the mood is not just somber. It’s downright doom and gloom. The Bush Administration has been caught in another lie, a big lie, one that involves the President’s closest advisor divulging classified information to a reporter, an outright breach of the Intelligence Identities Protection Act.

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