Published on Monday, December 15, 2014 by Common Dreams by Jon Queally, staff writer Former vice president of the United States Dick Cheney told NBC’s Chuck Todd on Sunday that he’d “do it again in a minute.” And what about President Obama’s predecessor, George W. Bush? Said Cheney: “He authorized it. He Approved it.” “It would be comforting to […]
by Kim Barker ProPublica, Aug. 5, 2014, 5:45 a.m. This story was co-published with The Daily Beast In February 2013, Move America Forward announced an ambitious fundraising goal. The charity, launched in part by one of the most prominent figures in the Tea Party movement, had adopted the 800 Marines in a battalion fighting in […]
Dan Savage lambasted both Liz and Mary Cheney during an interview with Real Time host Bill Maher on Friday, noting the irony of their arch Republican father Dick Cheney being thrust into the middle of their dispute.
Ms. Saleh alleges that these defendants entered into government in order to execute a pre-existing plan to overthrow the Hussein regime.
U.S. intelligence agencies knew the identity of the hijacker in question, Saudi national Khalid al Mihdhar, long before 9/11 and had the ability find him, but they failed to do so.
And I’d be willing to testify, and I’d be willing to take any punishment I’m due. And I have to say, I agree with almost everything he just said. And I think that explains the aggressiveness, to a large extent, of the Cheney attack and of the words like “exploding heads all over Washington.” This is a book written out of fear, fear that one day someone will “Pinochet” Dick Cheney.
I had taken an oath of office that said that I was going to conduct the business of procurement and contracting in the Corps impartially, beyond reproach, with the highest degree of integrity, and with preferential treatment toward none. That was federal law, and one that I respected.
A Briton who worked for a unit of KBR Inc pleaded guilty on Monday in U.S. court to taking part in a decade-long scheme to bribe high-level Nigerian officials to secure $6 billion in contracts.
Former Vice President, Dick Cheney, is not above the law according to Nigeria’s Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.