George W. Bush

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Cheney, Dick. In My Time: A Personal and Political Memoir (2011). Draper, Robert. Inside the Bush White House: The Presidency of George W. Bush (2007). Ferguson, Michaele L. and Lori Jo Marso. W Stands for Women: How the George W. Bush Presidency Shaped a New Politics of Gender (2007). Gerson, Michael J. Heroic Conservatism: Why Republicans Need to Embrace America's Ideals (And Why They Deserve to Fail If They Don't) (2007), excerpt and text search. Greenspan, Alan. The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World (2007). Hayes, Stephen F. Cheney: The Untold Story of America's Most Powerful and Controversial Vice President (2007), excerpts and online search. Hughes, Karen. George W.

At the Center of the Storm

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Decision Points by George W. Bush. In My Time: A Personal and Political Memoir by Dick Cheney. Known and Unknown: A Memoir by Donald Rumsfeld. Spoken from the Heart by Laura Bush. Excerpt of 60 Minutes interview with George Tenet at YouTube. HarperCollins book description.

Donald Rumsfeld

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His book, entitled Known and Unknown: A Memoir, was released on February 8, 2011. In conjunction with the publication of Known and Unknown, Rumsfeld established "The Rumsfeld Papers", a website with documents "related to the endnotes" of the book and his service during the George W. Bush administration; during the months that followed the book's publication, the website was expanded to include over 4,000 documents from his archive. As of June 2011, the topics include his Congressional voting record, the Nixon administration, documents and memos of meetings while he was part of the Ford, Reagan, and George W. Bush administrations, private sector documents, and NATO documents, among others.

Presidency of George W. Bush

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Cheney, Dick. In My Time: A Personal and Political Memoir (2011). Draper, Robert. Inside the Bush White House: The Presidency of George W. Bush (2007). Ferguson, Michaele L. and Lori Jo Marso. W Stands for Women: How the George W. Bush Presidency Shaped a New Politics of Gender (2007). Gerson, Michael J. Heroic Conservatism: Why Republicans Need to Embrace America's Ideals (And Why They Deserve to Fail If They Don't) (2007), excerpt and text search. Greenspan, Alan. The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World (2007). Hayes, Stephen F. Cheney: The Untold Story of America's Most Powerful and Controversial Vice President (2007), excerpts and online search. Hughes, Karen. George W.

The New York Times Non-Fiction Best Sellers of 2011

New York Times'' Non-Fiction Best Sellers of 2011
This is a list of adult non-fiction books that topped The New York Times Non-fiction Best Seller list in 2011, in the Hardcover Nonfiction category.

Condoleezza Rice

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In his book Known and Unknown: A Memoir, he portrayed her as a young, inexperienced academic who did not know her place. In 2011 she finally responded, saying that Rumsfeld "doesn't know what he's talking about." In his book In My Time, Dick Cheney suggested that Rice had misled the president about nuclear diplomacy with North Korea, saying she was naïve. He called her advice on the issue "utterly misleading."

Colin Powell

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Powell later recounted how Vice President Dick Cheney had joked with him before he gave the speech, telling him, "You've got high poll ratings; you can afford to lose a few points." Powell's longtime aide-de-camp and Chief of Staff from 1989–2003, Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson, later characterized Cheney's view of Powell's mission as to "go up there and sell it, and we'll have moved forward a peg or two. Fall on your damn sword and kill yourself, and I'll be happy, too." In September 2005, Powell was asked about the speech during an interview with Barbara Walters and responded that it was a "blot" on his record. He went on to say, "It will always be a part of my record. It was painful.

Christian Bale

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Bale portrays Dick Cheney in biographical comedy-drama Vice (2018) written and directed by Adam McKay. Bale also will portray Ken Miles in action biographical drama Ford v. Ferrari (2019) directed by James Mangold. On 29 January 2000, Bale married Sandra "Sibi" Blažić (born 1970), an American former model, make-up artist, and personal assistant to actress Winona Ryder; the couple have two children: a daughter, Emmaline (born 2005), and a son, Joseph (born 2014). Bale has resided in Los Angeles since 1992. He applied for U.S. citizenship in 2010 and received it in 2014.

Liz Cheney

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Elizabeth Lynne Cheney Perry (born July 28, 1966) is an American attorney and politician serving as the U.S. Representative for since 2017. A second generation elected office holder, Cheney is the elder daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney and Lynne Cheney. She held several positions in the U.S. State Department during the George W. Bush administration. She has been politically active on behalf of the Republican Party and is a co-founder of Keep America Safe. She was briefly a candidate for the United States Senate in Wyoming, challenging the three-term incumbent Mike Enzi, before dropping out of the race. In the U.S.

September 11 attacks

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At 10:20 am Vice President Dick Cheney issued orders to shoot down any commercial aircraft that could be positively identified as being hijacked. These instructions were not relayed in time for the fighters to take action. Some fighters took to the air without live ammunition, knowing that to prevent the hijackers from striking their intended targets, the pilots might have to intercept and crash their fighters into the hijacked planes, possibly ejecting at the last moment. For the first time in U.S. history, SCATANA was invoked, thus stranding tens of thousands of passengers across the world.

Vice President of the United States

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Bush chose Dick Cheney of Wyoming, a reliably Republican state with only three electoral votes, and in 2008, Barack Obama mirrored Bush's strategy when he chose Joe Biden of Delaware, a reliably Democratic state, likewise one with only three electoral votes. Both Cheney and Biden were chosen for their experience in national politics (experience lacked by both Bush and Obama) rather than the ideological balance or electoral vote advantage they would provide. Prior to the 2000 election, both George W. Bush and Dick Cheney lived in and voted in Texas.

Barack Obama

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Bush and Dick Cheney, among others. Obama is a supporter of the Chicago White Sox, and he threw out the first pitch at the 2005 ALCS when he was still a senator. In 2009, he threw out the ceremonial first pitch at the All-Star Game while wearing a White Sox jacket. He is also primarily a Chicago Bears football fan in the NFL, but in his childhood and adolescence was a fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers, and rooted for them ahead of their victory in Super Bowl XLIII 12 days after he took office as president. In 2011, Obama invited the 1985 Chicago Bears to the White House; the team had not visited the White House after their Super Bowl win in 1986 due to the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster.

Gerald Ford

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Ford chose a young Wyoming politician, Richard Cheney, to replace Rumsfeld as his new Chief of Staff; Cheney became the campaign manager for Ford's 1976 presidential campaign. The 1974 Congressional midterm elections took place in the wake of the Watergate scandal and less than three months after Ford assumed office. The Democratic Party turned voter dissatisfaction into large gains in the House elections, taking 49 seats from the Republican Party, increasing their majority to 291 of the 435 seats. This was one more than the number needed (290) for a two-thirds majority, the number necessary to override a Presidential veto or to propose a constitutional amendment.

List of books about the September 11 attacks

September 11-related novels
In My Time: A Personal and Political Memoir, 2011 memoir by former Vice President of the United States Dick Cheney with Elizabeth Cheney, including Cheney's version of 9/11. Unmeasured Strength, 2011 memoir by 9/11 survivor Lauren Manning. Two Towers: A Memoir, 2017 memoir (Outskirts Press) by T.D. Arkenberg, executive for United Airlines who worked in the airline's crisis center during the attack. Small Wonder, 2002 collection of 23 essays by American novelist and biologist Barbara Kingsolver.

Annapurna Pictures

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As part of the deal, Annapurna received the rights to Adam McKay's upcoming film Vice starring Christian Bale as Dick Cheney. It was also announced Annapurna would co-distribute Brad's Status through their MGM joint venture Mirror alongside Amazon Studios. In July, the company signed a multi-year U.S. Home Entertainment Pact with 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, who will be overseeing its home releases.

Sam Rockwell

Bush in Adam McKay's upcoming biopic of Dick Cheney. Rockwell reteamed with McDonagh in the film Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017). For his role as violent police officer Jason Dixon, Rockwell received the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture, a Screen Actors Guild Award, and his first Academy Award win. Since 1992, Rockwell has been a member of the LAByrinth Theater Company, where John Ortiz is a co-artistic director. In 2005, Philip Seymour Hoffman directed him in Stephen Adly Guirgis' hit play The Last Days of Judas Iscariot.

Iraq War

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"Government forces have now taken over Islamic militants' headquarters and halted the death squads and 'vice enforcers' who attacked women, Christians, musicians, alcohol sellers and anyone suspected of collaborating with Westerners", according to the report; however, when asked how long it would take for lawlessness to resume if the Iraqi army left, one resident replied, "one day". In late April roadside bombings continued to rise from a low in January—from 114 bombings to more than 250, surpassing the May 2007 high.

George W. Bush Presidential Center

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In tandem with the publication of his memoir Decision Points, President Bush hosted a November 16, 2010, groundbreaking ceremony for the center. At the event, Dick Cheney commented that "this may be the only shovel-ready project in America," using a term prominently and ultimately ruefully associated with President Obama's 2009 fiscal stimulus package. The library foundation chose the Manhattan Construction Company as contractor, which had also built the George Bush Presidential Library. The construction of the center was projected to cost $250 million.

Memoir

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A memoir (US: /ˈmemwɑːr/; from French: mémoire: memoria, meaning memory or reminiscence) is a collection of memories that an individual writes about moments or events, both public or private, that took place in the subject's life. The assertions made in the work are understood to be factual. While memoir has historically been defined as a subcategory of biography or autobiography since the late 20th century, the genre is differentiated in form, presenting a narrowed focus. A biography or autobiography tells the story "of a life", while a memoir often tells a story "from a life", such as touchstone events and turning points from the author's life.

Amy Adams

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Adams will next star in Adam McKay's political drama Vice, in which she and Christian Bale star as Lynne and Dick Cheney, respectively; it will mark her third collaboration with Bale. She will also reprise the role of Giselle in Disenchanted, a sequel to Enchanted, and star as an agoraphobic woman who witnesses a murder in Joe Wright's The Woman in the Window, based on the mystery novel of the same name. Adams met the actor and painter Darren Le Gallo at an acting class in 2001, and they began dating a year later while collaborating on a short film named Pennies. They became engaged in 2008, and she gave birth to their daughter, Aviana, two years later.

George Tenet

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George John Tenet (born January 5, 1953) is a former Director of Central Intelligence (DCI) for the United States Central Intelligence Agency as well as a Distinguished Professor in the Practice of Diplomacy at Georgetown University.

Nelson Rockefeller

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He is played by actor Bill Pullman in the 2018 drama film Vice, a film about the Vice Presidency of Dick Cheney. In John Lennon's song "Attica State" (1972) on the album Some Time in New York City Lennon sings: "Media blames it on the prisoners/ But the prisoners did not kill/ Rockefeller pulled the trigger/ That is what the people feel". He is referenced in the title of Charles Mingus' composition "Remember Rockefeller at Attica". Presidential Medal of Freedom, 1977. Universal Brotherhood Medal, Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1961. Charles Evans Hughes Medal, National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1965.

Presidency of Gerald Ford

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Those who nominated and confirmed me as Vice President were my friends and are my friends. They were of both parties, elected by all the people and acting under the Constitution in their name. It is only fitting then that I should pledge to them and to you that I will be the President of all the people." Upon assuming office, Ford inherited Nixon's cabinet, although Ford quickly replaced Chief of Staff Alexander Haig with Donald Rumsfeld, who had served as Counselor to the President and ambassador to NATO under Nixon. Rumsfeld and Deputy Chief of Staff Dick Cheney rapidly became among the most influential people in the Ford administration. Ford also appointed Edward H.

Lynne Cheney

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Lynne Ann Cheney (née Vincent; born August 14, 1941) is an American author, scholar, and former talk-show host. She is the wife of the 46th Vice President of the United States, Dick Cheney and served as the Second Lady of the United States from 2001 to 2009. Lynne Ann Vincent was born on August 14, 1941 in Casper, Wyoming. Her mother, Edna Lolita (née Lybyer), became a deputy sheriff, and her father, Wayne Edwin Vincent, was an engineer. A descendant of Mormon pioneers, and with roots in Denmark, Sweden, England, Ireland, and Wales, she was raised Presbyterian and became Methodist upon her marriage to Dick Cheney.

White House Chief of Staff

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Chief of Staff to the Vice President of the United States. Officer of the United States. Staff and line.