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It all started in December 1974, on Dick Cheney’s cocktail napkin. Four Republicans had gathered that night at a restaurant in Washington, D.C. and the conversation turned to economics and taxes. The group—Cheney, then the deputy White House chief of staff and the future vice president; Donald...
Authored by Paul Craig Roberts via The Strategic Culture Foundation, In my long experience in Washington, vice presidents did not make major foreign policy announcements or threaten other countries with war. Not even Dick Cheney stole this role from the weak president George W. Show More Summary
Barry Manilow performs for first time since coming out and Dick Cheney was nearly cheated out of 'Hamilton' tickets
Not just Obama and Biden -- also Bill Clinton and Al Gore. And also, George Bush (who probably hates Trump) and Dick Cheney (who probably isn't a fan either). The 25th Amendment -- which governs removal of presidents due to...
Andy Card, Bush 43’s White House chief of staff, says he never felt undermined by the powerful Dick Cheney. Others tell a different story.
"In the same way as it was a journey of discovery with 'The Big Short,' Adam was able to take a story that most people would go comatose listening to," said Bale.
Jeff Sessions looks a lot like the Trump administration's Dick Cheney—the evil genius who gets things done. Under the headline “Trump’s debut as commander-in-chief,” Mike Allen at Axios reported last Friday: The White House sees this...Show More Summary
A simple news segment about the media coverage of Syria spun wildly out of control during Sunday’s Reliable Sources on CNN. It started with Foreign Correspondent Lara Setrakian noting how little coverage the Syrian civil war received in the early years. Show More Summary
Christian Bale might be re-teaming with The Big Short's Adam McKay for a Dick Cheney biopic, and we're so onboard.
When he tells you what he wants to do—build a wall, deport millions, bring back torture—believe him. When George W. Bush and Dick Cheney launched their forever wars -- under the banner of a “Global War on Terror” -- they unleashed an unholy trinity of tactics. Show More Summary
Darth Cheney emerges Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Harry here - Adam McKay (ANCHORMAN, THE BIG SHORT) has written a script about a Halliburton Exec, who went on to become Darth Cheney, the most ruthless villianous Vice-President in history, thus far. Show More Summary
DICK CHENEY: America’s Dark Knight.
Apparently, this is something Hollywood is attempting to do.Mr. Bale, 43, is a three-time Oscar nominee and a one-time winner (for his crack-addled boxer in “The Fighter”), but he is best known for playing Batman in Christopher Nolan’s “Dark Knight” trilogy. Show More Summary
Christian Bale‘s next terrifying physical transformation may be into former Vice President Dick Cheney. The actor may be reuniting with The Big Short director Adam McKay to star in an untitled biopic on Cheney in development. Joining...Show More Summary
Adam McKay’s follow-up to the Oscar-winning The Big Short isn’t fucking with the formula – it’s another dive into recent history, with several familiar faces (who were just announced in Variety.) As was reported last November, McKay will write and direct an as-yet-untitled biopic of Dick Cheney, which will presumably cover not only his term as Vice-President for George […]
When George W. Bush and Dick Cheney launched their forever wars -- under the banner of a “Global War on Terror” -- they unleashed an unholy trinity of tactics...
Adam McKay’s in-the-works movie about Dick Cheney finally has its stars: Christian Bale will play the former No. 2 guy, Steve Carell is former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, and Amy Adams is taking the role of Lynn Cheney. The casting news, per Deadline, means the movie could debut in 2018. Bale is 43, so it seems […]
And he wants Steve Carell to play Donald Rumsfeld. No, really. Read more...