Dick Cheney

Sarah Lazare, staff writer
The unveiling ceremeony came just one day after Human Rights Watch released a scathing report calling for the administration of President Barack Obama to file criminal charges for Bush era CIA torture. (Photo:  Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images)
The likeness of Dick Cheney—former vice president and, some say, war criminal —is now enshrined at the U.S. capitol, where his marble bust, perched upon a pedestal, was unveiled Thursday. Cheney himself, former President George W. Bush, Vice President Joe Biden, and Republican lawmakers attended the unveiling ceremony in the Capitol Visitor Center...
Sarah Lazare, staff writer
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Sarah Lazare, staff writer
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Dick 'I Am Not An Actual Human Being' Cheney has crawled out of his cave twice in recent days: To pen a ghastly op-ed on how we need to kill more people in Iraq with the straight-faced line on Obama, “Rarely has a U.S. president been so wrong about so much at the expense of so many,” and now to stand before a fake field with his awful daughter to grimly announce a new group to "restore American strength, power and influence" because "America's armed forces (are) the greatest force for good the...