Michael Corcoran has a review of Steven Hayes' new Cheney biography up on the site today:
The book is a wet kiss that portrays Cheney as a shrewd, measured, and respectful deal-maker. Filled with glowing praise from cover to cover, Hayes writes of a Cheney who “enjoys an unusually high reputation for competence,” is a pragmatist “rather than an ideologue,” and whose expertise is unmatched. “The staff members understood that Cheney would often know more about a particular issue than they did even if it was an issue they had been working on for years,” writes Hayes about Cheney’s tenure as chief of staff to President Gerald Ford.
And just for fun, here's the video of they Hayes interview on "The Daily Show":
Cross-posted at campusprogress.org/blog.