An interview with future Vice-President Dick Cheney
October 10, 2018
By KERRY DRAKE
When people recall their first encounters with Dick Cheney, what they remember probably depends at what time in his life it occurred: whether he was a high school student in Casper, flunking out of Yale, serving as Wyoming’s congressman, running the Pentagon, making millions as an energy baron or reigning as the most powerful vice president in U.S. history.
Me, I’m probably the only American who thinks of candy bars.
I know that association requires some explanation. Here it is:
As a young reporter at the Wyoming State Tribune in Cheyenne in 1978, I was assig...