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Cheney

Richard B(ruce), known as Dick. born 1941, US Republican politician; vice-president from 2001
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Peter Baker is not the first to expose as fallacious the judgment that Cheney ran the administration, but this book about the Bush-Cheney White House years goes beyond any other independent work in presenting evidence to debunk that conventional, but mistaken, notion.
Enzi, the conservative senator from Wyoming who is trying to fend off a carpetbagger challenge from Liz Cheney, is lucky he wasn't hunting buddies with the trigger-happy former vice president.
Many observers believe that Cheney's vice-presidency was idiosyncratic -- that without his persona, and Bush's, his power won't be replicated," said an American press report when Cheney left office few years back.
The performance now of Barack Obama as he staffs up the national security team for the second term is dismal," Cheney said in comments to about 300 members of the Wyoming Republican Party on Saturday night, Washington Post reported.
But 48-year-old Perry Cheney represented himself, appearing by video camera from the Warner Creek Correctional Institute in Lakeview.
Palin as it was against the basic process that [GOP nominee John] McCain used, " Cheney told Fox News's Sean Hannity in an interview airing Monday night.
Although the preponderance of the book dwells on the Bush years, especially the war on terror and the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, it is also about Cheney the man, his thirty-three years in government, and jobs in the private sector.
The good news for credit unions is that "credit unions are rising," said Cheney, who pointed to the high levels of consumer trust enjoyed by credit unions.
Cheney was at the center of American politics for almost forty years, and long before he became the Darth Vader of American politics he had a reputation for being one of the ablest and most reform-minded members of the Republican Party.
Powell's long-time aide and chief of staff, Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson, said that Cheney
Bush, Vice President Cheney "took his appointment as a mandate to redefine two boundaries," both "between the executive branch and its competitors" and "between regulation and the marketplace," and that in each exercise he was hugely influential (81).