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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Dick Cheney
Former Vice President Dick Cheney said he's shocked to say it, but he's got to admit — former President Carter is no longer the worst president in his eyes.
Among Republicans, the debate over America's proper world role is vigorous. Sen. Rand Paul blames the current disarray in Iraq on George W. Bush and Dick Cheney. "Were they right in their predictions? Were there weapons of mass destruction there? Was the war won in 2005, when many of those people said it was won?"
Journalists, politicians and pundits are now in full parlor game mode, examining who is at fault — or not at fault — for the uncertain future of Iraq.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney said Sunday that the Obama administration's foreign policy has led to crises beyond just the escalating conflict in Iraq, charging that the U.S. now has a "hell of a problem" across North Africa and the Middle East.
The Democratic National Committee suggested Wednesday that former Vice President Dick Cheney's attempt to blame the Obama administration for the unfolding chaos in Iraq shows that the Republican is living in a fantasy world.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney, one of the leading advocates for the 2003 invasion of Iraq, said President Obama's approach to the Middle East has embolden Islamic extremists and put the nation at risk.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney said he believes the Obama administration did negotiate with terrorists in securing the release of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl — and that they didn't get a very good deal.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney said Sunday that the president's perceived weakness around the world has convinced Russian President Vladimir Putin that now is the time to try to piece some of the Soviet Union back together.
Dick Cheney said during a visit to Grand Rapids that he's "enormously grateful" to the donor who supplied the heart used in a transplant procedure performed on the former vice president two years ago.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney plans to visit Grand Rapids next week with his cardiologist to discuss Cheney's history of heart problems.
Rep. Gregory W. Meeks, New York Democrat, recently called upon former Vice President Dick Cheney to "keep his mouth shut" after Mr. Cheney criticized President Obama for being "weak" on the Ukrainian crisis.
According to journalist Bob Woodward, former Vice President Dick Cheney was the first to ask "What about Iraq?" during national security meetings in the harrowing days after Sept. 11, 2001. According to Mr. Woodward, this was the genesis of the "Bush lied us into war" charge. Well, Mr. Cheney is now on the public record as saying that the Obama administration deliberately lied about Americans keeping their insurance plan and doctor in order to pass Obamacare.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney said this week that the family feud between his daughters over gay marriage has been "dealt with."
Former Vice President Dick Cheney says he and his wife are naturally upset their two daughters are disputing over their conflicting views of gay marriage, but that what perhaps hurts more is they've taken a years-long, behind-the-scenes argument and brought it into the public arena.
The Obama administration is optimistic that Iran's new leadership could offer an opportunity to repair diplomatic relations with the United States and to permanently halt Iran's nuclear ambitions. But former Vice President Dick Cheney believes that, eventually, America may have to resort to military force.
In a statement, Mr. Cheney said he had been experiencing increasing congestive heart failure and after consultations with his doctors, he had received an implantable pump to improve heart function.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney says he underwent heart surgery last week and is recuperating.