The world’s most distinguished expert in international human rights law believes Dick Cheney should – and eventually will – stand trial for war crimes. Thomas Buergenthal, who served as a judge at the International Court of Justice for the first 10 years of this century, said he believes the former...
The NJ guv has fallen from grace -- but his doom-and-gloom vanity campaign may yet drag down a top rival
I actually had a lot of respect for the former governor of Minnesota and former Navy SEAL Jesse Ventura when he spoke out as he did back in 2009 against torture and waterboarding, and let Dick Cheney have it during an interview with Larry King. Show More Summary
HILLARY FLASHBACK: ‘No,’ New York Should Not Recognize Same-Sex Marriages (Video). Let’s face it, not everyone in the political sphere can be as forward thinking as Dick Cheney and the Koch Brothers. Speaking of whom, “The arc of history is long, but it bends toward Koch.”
Dick Cheney, when asked about gay marriage, back in the 2000 vice-presidential debate: The fact of the matter is, we live in a free society and freedom means freedom for everybody. We don’t get to choose, and shouldn’t be able to choose,...Show More Summary
Responding to Freedom of Information requests, the National Archives and Records Administration released a trove of documents and photos from Dick Cheney’s time as vice president.
Appearing on Tuesday’s Tonight Show, aired early Wednesday morning, comedian Billy Crystal showed a copy of Dick Cheney’s high school yearbook photo and joked: “...he was voted most likely to accidentally invent ISIS.”
Most people still regard Mitt Romney as a comically out-of-touch billionaire who's also an awkward, embarrassing 1960s sitcom dad. But Romney -- who's always seemed bitter and angry to me, even if no one else noticed -- has really become a seething, resentful, Cheneyesque troll, and an even less dignified troll than Cheney himself. Show More Summary
Several members of the conservative National Association of Scholars, including former Vice President Dick Cheney's wife Lynne Cheney, have again taken aim at the Advanced Placement U.S. History (APUSH) curriculum and tests. It echoes...Show More Summary
Former Vice President Dick Cheney reveals his "dark side" at a rodeo this week...literally.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney doesn’t want the GOP to forget him. He wants the issues he cares about to be front and center in the 2016 race, but will...
One day, the pope was in from Italy and after a rough week of meeting archbishops and other religious figures, he decided to go see the Galveston shore in Texas.
So Dick Cheney said this: “I’ve tried for a long time, John, to understand what makes him tick, and frankly, I don’t know,” Cheney told host John Catsimatidis on AM 970’s “The Cats Roundtable” in New York. And why would he possibly understand...Show More Summary
'And don't get me started on the rap music.' Dick Cheney just doesn't get President Barack Obama, you know? And it bothers him. “I’ve tried for a long time, John, to understand what makes him tick, and frankly, I don’t know,” CheneyShow More Summary
Former Vice President Dick Cheney ridiculed Barack Obama’s strategy in Iraq on The CATS Roundtable Monday. Cheney also admitted he... The post Dick Cheney: ‘Frankly, I Don’t Know’ What Makes Obama Tick appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney (R) said that he can not figure out what motivates President Obama, The Hill reports. Said Cheney: “I’ve tried for a long time to understand what makes him tick, and frankly, I don’t know.”
Former Vice President Dick Cheney (R) said on Sunday that he has not figured out what motivates President Obama. “I’ve tried for a long time, John, to understand what makes him tick, and frankly, I don’t know,” Cheney told host … Continued
EXCLUSIVE: RJ Cutler, the maker of documentaries The September Issue and The World According to Dick Cheney who stepped into narrative film with If I Stay, has signed on to direct and co-write My Dark Places. That’s the memoir by L.A. Show More Summary
Mary Cheney, a Washington, D.C. political consultant and daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, suggested this week that members of her family’s party were hypocrites for saying that they supported family values while they opposed marriage rights for same-sex couples. In a column...
Among the first polls of 2009 was a postmortem of the Bush administration. On the eve of Barack Obama’s inauguration, pollsters asked where Americans stood on the outgoing president and his deputy, Dick Cheney. With an approval rating of 22 percent, Bush was the least popular president in Gallup’s seven-decade history of presidential polling. Show More Summary