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Cheney

Richard B(ruce), known as Dick. born 1941, US Republican politician; vice-president from 2001
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It was mid-February 2002, and after a full year as America's most powerful and controversial Vice President and five months of operating out of any number of undisclosed locations, Dick Cheney was pleased to be back home among kindred spirits.
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.
But 48-year-old Perry Cheney represented himself, appearing by video camera from the Warner Creek Correctional Institute in Lakeview.
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.
Speaking to hundreds of US sailors and Marines at the 5th Fleet's base in Bahrain, Mr Cheney said his meetings focused on tackling regimes seeking weapons of mass destruction.
Cheney, 60, said he didn't expect his latest bout of heart trouble to affect his ability to continue as Vice President, but added: "I will follow my doctor's advice.
Summary: WASHINGTON: Former US Vice President Dick Cheney was reportedly feeling much better Sunday after being admitted to a Washington hospital last week.
Cheney, which allowed Cheney to accumulate inordinate policy influence while he served as head of Bush's search for a running mate, as head of the incoming president's transition committee, and during their eight years in office together.
6 (ANI): Some Conservatives are not satisfied with former Vice President Dick Cheney criticizing the policies of President Barack Obama in press, but they want him to beat him in the 2012 election.