The former vice president takes to the Wall Street Journal to settle a political score.
Just as Saddam Hussein was a grave threat the United States because Dick Cheney wanted it to be, so too is Iran, despite there being no evidence whatsoever to support it.
The New York Times finally thinks Cheney should stand trial for torture. Too bad it's a decade late to the party.
The fact that so many people endorse this medieval interrogation method speaks volumes about why we shouldn't do it.
For the sake of posterity, and to make sure his backwards, immoral revisionism is squelched with full force, let's go through the worst of the worst quotes from Sunday.
Dick Cheney's appearance on Fox News Wednesday was an offense to humanity.
That'll do, Times. That'll do.
I spent many a late night at the White House, and Ann was among a very small number of reporters who just always seemed to be there, head down, hard at work.
Cheney was once again talking out of his ass, making a statement he insists is fact without any, you know, real facts to back it up.
Rand Paul won't have an easy path to the nomination, but more and more it's looking like he'll have the easiest.
With his doomsday prophecy on a conservative talk radio show on Tuesday, Dick Cheney seems a little too eager to have his criticisms of President Obama vindicated.
Dick Cheney is back and pushing his neoconservative agenda -- not because he can stop President Obama now, but a President Rand Paul in the future, all while securing his "legacy."
There are three takeaways from Jon Karl's Dick Cheney interview: 1. The media has stopped pretending it hasn't given up, 2. Dick Cheney has no idea what to do in Iraq, and 3. Dick Cheney thinks of the wars in Iraq and Syria as a "party."
This is one of the best things you'll see all day. Promise.
This is why liberals are sad to see Carney go, while conservatives couldn't be happier.
The neocons are full of ideas about what to do in Iraq, but let's not forget how wrong they were in the first place.
Even though Cheney's heart is held in place with bungee cords and paper-clips, his balls seem to be functioning just as mightily as ever because he repeated and even elaborated upon some of the biggest lies and attacks from his Wall Street Journal editorial.
The idea that Cheney is so lacking in self-awareness and so all-consumed by the gargantuan size of his own balls that he can type the words "rarely has a U.S. president been so wrong about so much at the expense of so many" without laughing himself into another heart attack practically defies credulity.
The White House Press Secretary knocked it out of the park in his final press conference.
A former Bush speechwriter thinks Iraq is Obama's fault for reasons that only have grounding in an alternate reality.
His total lack of credibility in this issue notwithstanding, The Wall Street Journal published an editorial by Cheney, titled "The Collapsing Obama Doctrine: Rarely has a U.S. president been so wrong about so much at the expense of so many," in which he blasted the Obama administration's handling of Iraq. It's an article so completely loaded with irony, contradictions and hypocrisy that it'll be difficult to unpack without bloating this post into a novel-length volume.
Another work week is just about over but before you sneak out early to start the weekend drinking, here's a little reading material.
After his turn in office, Cheney has thankfully disappeared for the most part. But the Dark Lord has returned to offer his poisonous opinion on the so called Benghazi scandal, adding to the mounting bullshit coming from Republicans in a pathetically obvious attempt to smear Obama.