George W. Bush and Dick Cheney must be laughing their asses off. President Obama has a budding constitutional crisis on his hands, with a leading Senate Democrat accusing Obama's CIA director of spying on Intelligence Committee staff. Show More Summary
On his Monday radio show, liberal MSNBC host Ed Schultz made a bold out-of-the-box prediction: He predicted former Vice President Dick Cheney would be a Republican candidate for president in 2016. "That's right, folks -- I think Dick Cheney's running for president," Schultz said. Show More Summary
MSNBC’s primetime darling Rachel Maddow has an obsession with attacking conservatives, especially if they are associated with the presidency of George W. Bush. Whether it’s using her nightly program or her appearances across the NBCShow More Summary
The United States has failed over and over to confront its legacy of torture in the years of the Bush administration, what then Vice-President Dick Cheney called going over to The Dark Side. The result is a continuing legacy of cover-up...Show More Summary
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Washington bureau chief David Corn joined Chris Matthews and Huffington Post's Howard Fineman on Hardball to discuss the push by far-right conservatives like Dick Cheney, Sarah Palin, and Ted Cruz for US military involvement in Ukraine. David Corn is Mother Jones' Washington bureau chief. For more of his stories, click here. He's also on Twitter.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney believes that President Obama shouldn't take military options off the table in response to Russia's intervention in Ukraine. And the former VP also thinks that there is "no question" that President Vladimir Putin believes President Barack Obama is weak, Yahoo News reports.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney on Sunday cited treaty violations by Russian President Vladimir Putin as a reason that the U.S. should consider "military options" in response to the invasion of Ukraine. "I worry when we begin to address a crisis, the first thing we do is we take options off the table," Cheney told CBS host Charlie Rose. Show More Summary
Dick Cheney is sure of many things, among them... cowboy hats won't be the next rap trend anytime soon.The ex-Vice Prez was out in Downtown D.C. sporting a pretty spiffy ten-gallon... and when we asked why more rappers don't wear them -- Dick had…
Dick Cheney told Charlie Rose on Face the Nation that the Obama administration is wrong not to consider a military option in Ukraine. “I worry when we begin to address the crisis, the first thing we do is take options off the table,” Cheney said. “In the sense of saying ‘no military.’ [Obama] seems to […]
Former Vice President Dick Cheney told Face the Nation guest host Charlie Rose that the Obama administration should not have taken military options off the table in response to Russia's invasion of the Crimean peninsula, and that Obama had a harder task in gathering allies after reversing course on attacks in Syria.
A Very British Witchcraft: Documentary on Gerald Gardner & Wicca Hello. Ukraine and CPAChanalia Sunday. Who better to ask about Ukraine at this time than Dick Cheney. After all, he does know all about invading countries for made-up self-serving reasons (CBS). At least Candy Crowley booked serious guests on the topic. And for you [...]
From the March 7 edition of CNN's Crossfire: Previously: What Dick Cheney's Benghazi Criticism Misses Krauthammer Whitewashes Bush's History To Bash Obama Over Embassy Attack
Who’s on the public affairs shows this weekend? Glad you asked: Sunday: CBS’s “Face the Nation“: Guest Host Charlie Rose, Frmr VP Dick Cheney, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI), Frmr. Sec. of State James Baker, NYT‘s Peter Baker, Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic, National Review‘s Rich Lowry, Margaret Brennan of CBS “Fox News Sunday”: Frmr. Show More Summary
MSNBC's Ari Melber let former Vice President Dick Cheney know what he thought of his swipe at the Obama administration and Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and his claim that President Obama "would rather pay for food stamps than support...Show More Summary
On Monday, former Vice President Dick Cheney lambasted the Obama administration’s proposal to shrink the Army to its smallest size in 74 years. This, notwithstanding the Defense Department’s vows to retain a technological edge and the ability to respond to crises anywhere on the globe, confronting a “more volatile, more unpredictable” threat with a more [...]
Former Vice President Dick Cheney has lambasted the Obama administration for its announcement that it will cut 8% out of the military budget and reduce standing army troop levels to the lowest…