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"Right now as we sit here today, I think there is complete agreement, frankly -- or almost, as much as what passes for complete
Former Vice President Dick Cheney has never been shy with his criticism for President Barack Obama, and a Monday conversation with conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt marked no exception.
Cheney added that he believes the president teeters the line of unconstitutional behavior. "I think much of what's been done
Lynne Cheney, wife of former Vice President Dick Cheney, said her theory that the Clintons were behind the recent Monica
Lynne Cheney quashed any potential rumors Tuesday that her daughter would run in Virginia, essentially shielding her from
"I love this theory," Ingraham said. But Cheney suggested former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, a potential 2016 presidential
Former vice president Richard B. Cheney and his wife, Lynne, on Monday jumped into a bitter public clash between their two daughters over gay marriage, an anguished personal fight that reflects a broader debate within the Republican Party over allowing same-sex couples to marry.
Coming from the Washington, D.C., suburbs, Liz needed to establish herself as a moral crusader in deep red Wyoming. What better way than to have a public feud over "family values" with her little sister who is married to a woman and raising two children?
Simpson said he first met Enzi when he was in the audience for an impressive speech Enzi made as president of the Wyoming
"We love Al and Ann," Lynne Cheney said in a statement. "We have been friends for over 40 years. As to the story posted on
With so many good titles taken -- Heart of Darkness for one -- what will Dick, Liz and Dr. Pulse call their future bestseller?
"I think freedom means freedom for everybody," said the former vice president, "and you ought to have the right to make whatever
Years after Dick Cheney's tenure as vice president, his time serving in the White House remains a part of his legacy. Since
According to singer Michael McDonald, "I remember thinking, 'God, why [is Motown] asking me to do this?' At the same time, I wanted so badly to do it and I wouldn't allow myself to say no."
Not to be outdone by his women, barely a month has passed between 2001 and today in which Darth Vader patriarch Dick Cheney
Diane Ravitch's new book, The Death and Life of the Great American School System, is part polemic and part confessional. Ravitch, once an ardent supporter of charter schools, has done a dramatic 180-degree turn.
"Consider," [Lynne Cheney] wrote then, "how little history is required of our students. Once it was taught every year kindergarten