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"It was the right thing to do then."
President Barack Obama used his speech at the 2015 White House Correspondents' Dinner to jab back at former Vice President
Obama defended the Iran deal in an interview with New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman published Sunday, reaffirming
Cheney previously criticized Obama for mentioning the Ferguson protests in a speech about the Islamic State, the terror group
Moral and intellectual clarity about the world we live in are not compatible with self-exculpating glibness. Our adversaries' wrongness does not mean we are in the right. The substance of the terrorists' victory lies exactly in their success in having persuaded Western societies to empower our own authoritarian regimes.
Listen to Cheney's comments above. "If that were to happen, do you see the government reconstituting? Because it would have
UPDATE -- 1:25 p.m.: Cheney wrote in a letter released Wednesday that he would back Republican attorney Adam Laxalt, whom
“Some people called it torture. It wasn’t torture,” Cheney told ATV, American University's television station. Read more
A September report by nonprofit think tank Center on Budget and Policy Priorities estimated that at least 900,000 veterans
For all his experience and sophistication, that grimly blank expression -- calmly unflinching gaze, slightly lopsided frown -- embodied a philosophy of power unapologetically, brutally simple: attack, crush enemies; cause others to fear, submit. Power from time to time must be embodied in vivid violence, like Voltaire's executions, pour encourager les autres.
Protesters of Cheney's September 2011 visit to Vancouver kept him locked inside the exclusive Vancouver Club -- where he
“One, I question that. And two, I think it’s a way for him to avoid taking responsibility. But it is a sorry, sorry performance
“She clearly wasn’t hands on, and now she doesn’t want to be hands on. And she’s doing everything she can to avoid responsibility
"Why is it never Dick Cheney?" Cavett said. When legendary talk show host Dick Cavett stopped by the HuffPost Live studio
On this day in 2000, Republican presidential candidate George W. Bush announced former Wyoming congressman and Secretary
Biden also said his work with President Barack Obama is "not like Bush-Cheney, where Bush is sort of a blank slate and Cheney