Chuck Hagel has come under fire for using the term "Jewish lobby" in to describe those activists who support Israel, with some claiming the remark proves anti-Semitism. But in , the Defense Department under then-Secretary Dick Cheney published a pamphlet using that same term. Central Command to about , soldiers in Saudi Arabia in , and it provided a list of instructions to avoid offending the Arab citizens in the region. Notably, many of the suggestions had to do with downplaying America's relationship to Israel and Judaism. Among the 25 "sensitive subjects" that "should be avoided or carefully handled," according to the handbook:. The Defense Department said that the pamphlet was distributed to help U.
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Bush speeches? Ever since, for the past two years, the veteran sketch program has followed the line set by Ansari. His comedic background helped him simplify a complex financial tale and make a film both enjoyable and important. He has taken a similar point of view in attempting to decipher an equally enigmatic phenomenon: former Vice President Dick Cheney.
Cheney, often cited as the most powerful vice president in American history,   ended his tenure as an unpopular figure in American politics. He began his political career as an intern for Congressman William A. Steiger , eventually working his way into the White House during the Nixon and Ford administrations. He served as White House chief of staff from to