March 18, Former Vice President Dick Cheney is widely seen as the most powerful vice president in American history. To conservatives, Mr.
Contrary to popular belief, Dick Cheney wasn't always the neoconservative who advocated we topple Saddam Hussein and bring democracy and freedom to Iraq. In fact, George H. Bush's Secretary of Defense is seen here in a interview and quoted in Military.
President Barack Obama. Cheney also reaffirmed his view that the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. I think it is about an individual who conducted himself in a manner that was almost guaranteed to provoke an officer trying to do his duty.
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Contrary to the headline at Politico. But it is not an unfair paraphrase of what he did say with respect to the National Security Agency's data-gathering programs. Here's the president, as quoted by BuzzFeed.
As vice president for eight years under Republican President George W. Bush, Cheney advocated a muscular American foreign policy and championed the Iraq war. Cheney strongly defended the CIA's use of aggressive interrogation techniques on foreign terrorism suspects, saying the practices did not amount to torture.
Something revealing happened over the weekend on Fox News Sunday. But moderator Chris Wallace, to his credit, wanted to ask Cheney about his own failings on Iran. The exchange illustrated why the former vice president is such an effective purveyor of untruths.
Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Dick Cheney is not a big fan of President Obama and vice versa. In an interview published in Playboy, Cheney called Obama "the worst president in my lifetime," and that his damaging legacy will endure.
Jimmy Carter can breathe a huge sigh of relief. Instead, the former vice president aimed a loaded shotgun of criticism at the man currently holding office. Fox News chief Washington correspondent James Rosen spent a few days with Cheney, recording almost 10 hours of a chat that was distilled down to run in the April issue of Playboy magazine a publication in whose pages President Carter, of course, had his own moment in