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  • Real debate between vice presidential candidates in Ohio tonight

    10/05/2004 11:12:17 AM PDT · by freepatriot32 · 9 replies · 553+ views
    www.lp.org ^ | 10 5 04 | www.lp.org
    The vice presidential candidates' debate tonight between Republican Vice President Dick Cheney and Democrat Sen. John Edwards, touted by the mass media as a possible pivot point in the presidential election, is missing a vital component -- four other candidates for the same office. Because several candidates were excluded from the "official" debate, there will actually be two debates between vice presidential candidates tonight in Cleveland, Ohio. Libertarian Richard Campagna, Pat LaMarche of the Green Party, Ralph Nader's independent running mate Peter Camejo, and Chuck Baldwin of the Constitution Party all plan to take part in a debate for "third...
  • Free Republic "Bump List" Register

    09/30/2001 4:46:44 AM PDT · by John Robinson · 191 replies · 12,118+ views
    I have created a public register of "bump lists" here on Free Republic. I define a bump list as a name listed in the "To" field used to index articles. Free Republic Bump List Register
  • 'Bush bashing' spoils AIDS conference

    10/06/2003 10:28:26 PM PDT · by kattracks · 8 replies · 329+ views
    Washington Times ^ | 10/07/03 | Robert Stacy McCain
    <p>An AIDS conference that received $300,000 in federal funds featured political criticism of the Bush administration and workshop programs on thwarting federally mandated abstinence education.</p> <p>The United States Conference on AIDS (USCA) in New Orleans, sponsored in part by nine federal agencies, was marred by "Bush bashing," said one veteran AIDS activist.</p>
  • Dean's Internet Fundraising Outdoes Cheney Luncheon

    07/29/2003 6:24:01 AM PDT · by nwrep · 13 replies · 264+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | July 28, 2003 | Glen Johnson
    <p>WASHINGTON -- Vice President Dick Cheney got up yesterday morning, boarded Air Force Two and flew to Columbia, S.C., where he rode in a motorcade to a private home, shook hands, and posed for pictures with 150 donors at a luncheon. There he raised $300,000 for the Bush-Cheney reelection committee before flying home.</p>
  • US vs Pyongyang: Watch Rumsfeld

    04/23/2003 10:56:41 AM PDT · by Enemy Of The State · 11 replies · 482+ views
    Asia Times ^ | 4.24.03 | Phar Kim Beng
    US vs Pyongyang: Watch RumsfeldBy Phar Kim Beng HONG KONG - As talks finally get under way between the United States and North Korea, the latter, which has made obstinacy and diplomatic misbehavior an art form, would do well to keep in mind the growing influence and staying power in Washington of Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. With the US victory in Iraq all but declared, barely a year after a previous triumph in Afghanistan, Rumsfeld's influence has increased by several notches. Together with other neo-conservatives who urged the Iraq war, "Rummy", as he is affectionately known in Washington, is...
  • Cheney assumes role of silent partner as war decision nears

    03/11/2003 7:18:48 PM PST · by ThePythonicCow · 9 replies · 803+ views
    CNN.com ^ | Tuesday, March 11, 2003 Posted: 6:10 PM EST | John King
    <p>One lawmaker says Vice President Dick Cheney provides President Bush with 'the single most important advice.'</p> <p>WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Vice President Dick Cheney has assumed the role of silent partner as President Bush nears a decision on going to war with Iraq.</p>
  • Dick Cheney To Appear on "Meet the Press" Sunday

    05/17/2002 10:56:30 PM PDT · by Timesink · 7 replies · 281+ views
    NBC News | May 17, 2002
    ------------------------------------------------------ NBC Meet The Press ------------------------------------------------------ 'MEET THE PRESS WITH TIM RUSSERT' Sunday Listings Dick Cheney To Appear as a Guest on "Meet the Press" Sunday, May 19, 2002 Vice President Dick Cheney will appear on this Sunday's edition of "Meet the Press with Tim Russert" to discuss The War on Terrorism: Warnings Before September 11; The State of the War; Other Topics. Tim Russert is the moderator of "Meet the Press." Nancy Nathan is the executive producer and Betsy Fischer is the senior producer. "Meet the Press" is regularly seen from 9-10 a.m. ET, except in Washington, D.C....
  • Cheney to Slam Critics in 9/11 Intelligence Flap

    05/16/2002 4:33:07 PM PDT · by Alissa · 36 replies · 231+ views
    Yahoo ^ | May 16, 2002
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Vice President Dick Cheney will defend the White House later on Thursday in a speech addressing the growing controversy over what President Bush knew about potential threats ahead of the Sept. 11 hijackings, Cheney's office said. Cheney spokeswoman Jennifer Millerwise said the vice president would address intelligence issues surrounding the hijackings when he speaks at 7:30 p.m. at a dinner of the New York State Conservative Party in New York. "He's going to be speaking to some of the egregious and irresponsible commentary he's heard today," Millerwise said. The White House said on Thursday Bush had been...
  • Vice President Cheney Pictures

    04/17/2002 10:16:32 PM PDT · by Jewels1091 · 49 replies · 690+ views
    The Whitehouse ^ | Whitehouse
    Picture Of Vice Pres with HIS puppies!!
  • Trilateral meeting to discuss terrorism

    04/06/2002 12:06:56 PM PST · by Dave S · 13 replies · 633+ views
    THE WASHINGTON TIMES | April 6, 2002 | By Ellen Sorokin
    The Trilateral Commission — long viewed by critics and conspiracy theorists as a secret world-government-in-waiting — will begin its annual meeting today in Washington to discuss the future of the world's three main industrialized continents post-September 11. Under the chairmanship of former House Speaker Thomas S. Foley, the conference will gather 250 political, business and academic leaders from Europe, North America and Japan, who will analyze the global response to the September 11 terrorist attacks, the United States' foreign policy and the situation in the Middle East. "The running line at this meeting is definitely going, 'What do we do...

    04/01/2002 2:47:25 AM PST · by kattracks · 13 replies · 246+ views
    New York Post ^ | 4/01/02 | JOHN LEHMANN
    <p>April 1, 2002 -- With Israeli tanks ringing his shattered headquarters, Yasser Arafat called on the United States for military protection - but even Saddam Hussein said he can't help the besieged Palestinian president.</p> <p>Arafat said yesterday he told Secretary of State Colin Powell in a frantic phone call Saturday that he needed "an immediate dispatch of international forces to end this military escalation against our people, against our cities and refugee camps."</p>
  • Sharon's Anti-Terror Strategy Grinds to a Halt - DEBKAfile Special Analysis

    03/25/2002 4:34:47 AM PST · by vrwc54 · 10 replies · 210+ views
    DEBKAfile ^ | 3/25/02
    As a “courtesy” to the US presidential ceasefire broker, Anthony Zinni, and subsequently, to vice president Richard Cheney, prime minister Ariel Sharon interrupted his large-scale military operation against the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades strongholds of Yasser Arafat’s Fatah. The IDF was not allowed to complete its well-conceived campaign, turning the codename of “Root Treatment” into a misnomer. For the avowed purpose of giving the Zinni mission a chance, Israel pulled its tanks and troops out of Palestinian-ruled areas the day he arrived, March 14. Since then, raging Palestinian terror has claimed 23 Israeli lives and injured 218. Most of...
  • The NeXt World Order

    03/25/2002 8:06:13 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 6 replies · 216+ views
    The New Yorker ^ | 3/25/02 | Nicholas Lemann
    THE NEXT WORLD ORDER by NICHOLAS LEMANN The Bush Administration may have a brand-new doctrine of power. Issue of 2002-04-01Posted 2002-03-25 When there is a change of command -- and not just in government -- the new people often persuade themselves that the old people were much worse than anyone suspected. This feeling seems especially intense in the Bush Administration, perhaps because Bill Clinton has been bracketed by a father-son team. It's easy for people in the Administration to believe that, after an unfortunate eight-year interlude, the Bush family has resumed its governance -- and about time, too.The Bush...
  • Kristol & Kagan: Cheney Trips Up

    03/23/2002 10:01:10 AM PST · by Pokey78 · 69 replies · 437+ views
    The Weekly Standard ^ | 04/01/2002 | William Kristol and Robert Kagan
    The vice president's Middle East expedition didn't help the war on terror. NOT SINCE Secretary of State Warren Christopher returned from Europe with egg on his face in May 1993 has a high-ranking American official had such a bad week abroad as Vice President Dick Cheney just spent in the Middle East. At least that's the way it looks from the outside. Christopher, you'll remember, was sent to Europe by President Clinton to seek allied support for an American plan to help Bosnian Muslims defend themselves against Serbian killers. Christopher failed to make a forceful case to the Europeans, who...
  • Senators say no to Cheney-Arafat

    03/22/2002 6:53:46 PM PST · by jern · 75 replies · 513+ views
    CNN ^ | March 22, 2002 Posted: 10:46 PM EST (0346 GMT) | CNN
    <p>WASHINGTON (CNN) -- More than half of the U.S. Senate urged Vice President Dick Cheney on Friday not to meet with Yasser Arafat until the Palestinian leader does more to curb the violence in the Middle East.</p> <p>The letter to President Bush, signed by 52 senators, was made public Friday as more violence ripped through the troubled region.</p>
  • Iraqi Diplo Tails Veep in Mideast

    03/19/2002 1:09:43 AM PST · by kattracks · 3 replies · 171+ views
    New York Daily News ^ | 3/19/02 | Corky Siemaszko
    Iraqi diplomats have shadowed Vice President Cheney throughout his 10-day Mideast tour, trying to counter the U.S. argument that Saddam Hussein must go.When Cheney arrived in Jordan last week at the start of his campaign to win support for a strike against the Iraqi leader, he was one day behind Iraq's No. 2, Ezzat Ibrahim.As Cheney's plane took off from Egypt, Ibrahim's was preparing to land.And when Cheney arrived in Qatar over the weekend to enlist the Persian Gulf state in an anti-Saddam coalition, Ibrahim was hot on his heels.Ibrahim and other Iraqi diplomats shadowed Cheney as the vice...
  • Cheney Takes Active Role in Peace Talks, Ponders Meeting with Arafat

    03/18/2002 10:50:53 AM PST · by RCW2001 · 13 replies · 199+ views
    Associated Press / SFGate
    TOM RAUM, Associated Press WriterMonday, March 18, 2002 ©2002 Associated Press URL: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/news/archive/2002/03/18/international1425EST0613.DTL (03-18) 11:25 PST JERUSALEM (AP) -- Vice President Dick Cheney took a more direct role in Mideast peace efforts Monday, urging Israel to ease economic hardships suffered by innocent Palestinians and calling on Yasser Arafat to cease all Palestinian terrorism against Israel. Cheney pondered a possible meeting with the Palestinian leader as both sides seemed to be inching toward a cease-fire. Those close to the process said Arafat was eager for a meeting, and that the decision was up to the Americans. Such a meeting could take...
  • Cheney encounters new Saudi rebuffs

    03/16/2002 2:35:09 PM PST · by Bobby777 · 29 replies · 452+ views
    MSNBC.Com ^ | 3/16/2002 | MSNBC NEWS SERVICES
    March 16 — Vice President Dick Cheney, in Saudi Arabia on perhaps the most diplomatically significant and challenging visit of his 11-nation Mideast tour, encountered new rebuffs Saturday from Saudi leaders — who have reservations about U.S. plans to move militarily against Iraq — even as he conveyed growing American interest in a Saudi-sponsored Middle East peace initiative. AT KING ABDUL Aziz International Airport, Cheney was met by Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah. The two stood at attention as a Saudi band that included bagpipes played the national anthems of both countries. Cheney then had an audience with King Fahd...
  • The Inevitable War Against Iraq

    03/15/2002 1:47:27 PM PST · by maquiladora · 57 replies · 1,534+ views
    Myself | 22:45GMT 15th March 2002 | Myself
    The Inevitable War Against Iraq I'm writing this article for the folks on Freerepublic to read, think about and discuss. I hope you find it informative and a good read. Feel free to expand on anything I touch on, or give alternative opinions.-Maquiladora A war with Iraq? It's not a question of 'if' but 'when'. Today, during the President's speech at Fort Bragg, he stated clearly that Phase One of the war on terror was almost warped up. The Taliban were gone, and the remains of Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan were being mopped by in operations conducted by US and Canadian...
  • Explosion Near US Embassy In Yemen BREAKING

    03/15/2002 8:21:24 AM PST · by My Favorite Headache · 148 replies · 620+ views
    MSNBC | 3-15-02 | My Favorite Headache
  • Instability on Horizon as Arab Regimes Remain Indecisive

    03/13/2002 5:12:48 PM PST · by liberallarry · 3 replies · 230+ views
    STRATFOR ^ | March 13, 2002 | staff
    Instability on Horizon as Arab Regimes Remain Indecisive 12 March 2002 Summary Driven by a burgeoning youth population, stagnant economies and the regionally unpopular U.S. war on terrorism, domestic challenges in many Arab states are nearing critical mass. Arab governments are moving to counter this trend and have taken a number of unusual or unprecedented steps in recent months. But the measures so far are half-hearted at best and will not resolve the underlying pressures nor halt a surge in popular unrest in the coming year. Analysis U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney arrived in Jordan March 12 on the first...
  • Cheney Visits U.S. Troops in Egypt

    03/13/2002 1:43:18 AM PST · by kattracks · 1 replies · 169+ views
    AP | 3/13/02 | TOM RAUM
    SHARM EL-SHEIK, Egypt (AP) - Vice President Dick Cheneynbsp; told a group of American troops stationed in Egypt on Wednesday that fighting by their comrades in Afghanistan was only the beginning of a long and unrelenting war against terrorism.But Cheney's efforts to drum up support for a wider offensive against terrorism was overshadowed by spiraling violence in the Mideast.quot;This region is both the site of many conflicts and one of the critical centers of American interest - economic, military and political,quot; Cheney said. quot;Our country is engaged in the Middle Eastnbsp; as a fore for stability and long-term peace.quot;The...
  • US security team in Yemen before Cheney

    03/10/2002 5:08:12 AM PST · by areafiftyone · 2 replies · 204+ views
    United States ^ | 3/10/02 | Mohammed Al-dailami
    SANAA, Yemen, March 10 (UPI) -- A nine-member U.S. security team arrived in Sanaa ahead of Vice President Dick Cheney's visit to Yemen next week as part of his six-country tour of the Middle East, a source at Sanaa International Airport said Friday. The source told United Press International that the team, made up of Cheney's personal bodyguards, flew in Saturday night aboard a plane from Frankfurt, Germany. He said the team's mission was to secure Cheney's safety during his visit and had nothing to do with the U.S. military experts, who were expected to arrive this week in Yemen...
  • American voters give Bush 76-16 percent approval, Colin Powell gets 85-8 percent approval

    02/22/2002 2:31:41 PM PST · by areafiftyone · 11 replies · 317+ views
    American voters approve 76–16 percent of the job George W. Bush is doing as President, according to a Quinnipiac University national poll released today.This is a slight drop from President Bush’s 83–11 percent approval in a December 11, 2001, national poll by the independent Quinnipiac University.Secretary of State Colin Powell gets an even higher 85–8 percent approval, while Vice President Dick Cheney gets the lowest rating on the Bush team, 58–20 percent.Looking at Bush’s handling of different areas, American voters approve:·62–30 percent of his handling of the economy;·72–19 percent of his handling of foreign policy;·81–14 percent of his handling ...