A little over eight years ago, Naderite dead-enders were still refusing to admit that they had a hand in turning the keys to America over to undead thing Dick Cheney and his protege George W. Bush in 2000. After threatening to go third party once again because that turned out so awesome, I wrote...
Coming this summer: Bush by Jean Edward Smith. “Smith demonstrates that it was not Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, or Condoleezza Rice, but President Bush himself who took personal control of foreign policy. Bush drew on his deep religious conviction that [...]
Just Like Dick Cheney: Newt would abuse his power when dealing with national security and military affairs. It looks as though we’ve reached that point of the presidential election where the tedious “who will he choose for VP” stories begin. Show More Summary
Showtime is teaming with Listen to Me Marlon filmmakers R.J. Cutler (The September Issue, The World According to Dick Cheney) and John Battsek (Searching For Sugar Man, The Tillman Story) on a feature-length documentary about the life...Show More Summary
The Koch Brothers, Dick Cheney, and companies like Blackwater and Halliburton have become worldwide symbols of crony capitalism, war profiteering, environmental destruction and labor exploitation, which are driving the resurgence ofShow More Summary
Dick Cheney... he's just like us!
Dick Cheney's life is radically different from his days as Vice President... for starters he's behind the wheel of his own car, unable to get through a police barricade protecting someone who's currently important. We got the former Veep in D.C.'s…
It's a funny thing, celebrity hate. It doesn't really make much sense at all, investing so much emotion in rich and shiny strangers that we'll never meet. And it's not like it's Mussolini or Dick Cheney we're talking about here....
“Reagan proved that deficits don’t matter,” Vice President Dick Cheney said when the Bush administration sought a second round of tax cuts in 2003. This fits with a rich tradition of conservative tax-cutters abandoning deficit hawkery when they want to hand money to favored groups. Show More Summary
Dick Cheney was the 46th Vice President of the United States, and was Vice President to George W. Bush. To be sure, Cheney's character is suspect. Many consider him to be responsible for the United States war against Iraq. Regardless of how you feel about Cheney, it is fascinating to consider how quickly he rose to the top of the U.S. Show More Summary
Okay, so it’s not just Dick Cheney but now John Bolton who is supporting the guy who says Bush lied us into the Iraq War (and that Bush deserves blame for 9/11). Trump may not be my cup of tea, but I have to give him credit: He understands...Show More Summary
Unlike the two Presidents Bush, whom he served (Bush I) as secretary of defense and (Bush II) as vice president, Dick Cheney has come out in favor of Donald Trump. Cheney is not just the most eminent of GOP éminences grises, he is one...Show More Summary
Nearly a year after the U.S. National Archives released hundreds of photographs documenting Vice President Dick Cheney on September 11, 2001, FRONTLINE has obtained a collection of never-before-seen photos of President Bush on that day, taken by White House photographer Eric Draper. [ more › ]
Donald Trump is the last man standing for Republican nominee for the U.S. Presidential elections, after his opponents Ted Cruz and John Kasich exited the race already. He is thus called the "presumptive" Republican nominee as he is the only one left. Show More Summary
Former Vice President Dick Cheney, who served under former President George W. Bush, will lend his full support to Donald Trump. Although this is not surprising, it probably encourages “the Donald” as many members of the Republican party aren’t backing him–at least not yet. Show More Summary
Today's biggest stories: Mitt Romney and all the members of the Bush clan are among the prominent Republicans who will not be endorsing or supporting Donald Trump's GOP candiacy. On the other hand, Trump's got Dick Cheney in his corner!...Show More Summary
Cheney recently accused Trump of "sounding like a liberal Democrat," but will still back the Republican nominee
Former Vice President Dick Cheney may hate Donald Trump, but hes fine with him leading the country.
This is a very odd question to even be asking. The affirmative isn't a big win, because, normally, no one even asks this question. They don't have to. But Cheney says he'll support Trump. Rick Perry said he endorsed Trump...