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7 hrs ago | News Max
Former Vice President Dick Cheney was left "speechless" when he was asked about the candidates for Time's "Person of the Year," including leaker Edward Snowden, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, Syrian President Bashar Assad, and twerking singer Miley Cyrus.
11 hrs ago | The Daily Beast
The Senate minority leader, under fire from Democrats and Tea Partiers alike, wasn't always so easy to hate.
Billionaire oil tycoon George Soros, who recently endorsed Hillary Clinton for President, has recently teamed up with one of his nemesis, former Vice President Dick Cheney to invest big-time cash on Halliburton.
"I don't agree with him on a lot of things," Cheney said on Fox Business Network's "Cavuto" show today.
Dick Cheney appeared on Fox and Friends Monday bellyaching about the deal the U.S. and five other nations have made with Iran over its nuclear program.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney said the biggest difference between the way President Obama and his predecessor George W. Bush approached foreign affairs is that the Democrat does not believe in American exceptionalism.
JB: When we spoke back in January, 2012, we discussed The Last War Crime , the film you made about indicting Dick Cheney for torture.
There was a really delicious exchange on ABC's This Week Sunday that conservatives across the fruited plain will greatly enjoy.
Nelson Mandela, who died Thursday at age 95, has received near-universal praise for his commitment to social justice and brokering peace.
HERRICK FEINSTEIN INKS TWO: Law firm Herrick Feinstein has inked two new clients, according to Senate public records.
Jerry Falwell was against him. Pat Robertson was against him. Dick Cheney was against him, and William F. Buckley was against him, and George Will was against him, and Grover Norquist travelled to South Africa to be against him, and the Heritage Foundation was against him, and of course Ronald Reagan was steadfastly and famously against him.
A post here earlier today spurred me to go back and look through my diary history.
On this sad day of the passing of Nelson Mandela, I think it is worth republishing a piece written in 2000 by my friend Farai Chideya- Cheney and Mandela: Reconciling The Truth about Cheney's Vote : We did not know then what we know now.