3:03 PM, Jan 6, 2015 • By DANIEL HALPER
Vice President Joe Biden mistakenly referred to Iowa senator Joni Ernst as Gail, the name of the senator's husband:
"Gail," Biden said greeting Senator Ernst.
"I'm Joni," said the senator, "my husband's Gail."
2:54 PM, Jan 6, 2015 • By DANIEL HALPER
While swearing in senators today in the Capitol, Vice President Joe Biden declared, "I like kids better than people."
Earlier, the vice president said, "I may be Irish, but I'm not stupid."
'9/11 will turn out to be not nearly as bad as the next mass casualty attack against the United States'9:10 AM, Oct 13, 2014 • By DANIEL HALPER
Vice President Dick Cheney opened up for a nearly two hour interview with Bill Kristol, as part of the latest installment of Conversations With Bill Kristol:
The two discussed Cheney's time as secretary of defense, the Gulf War, the Nixon and Ford Years, the Reagan years, 9/11, and the threats we face today.
10:19 AM, Sep 21, 2014 • By DANIEL HALPER
Vice President Joe Biden spent the weekend in Aspen at a private equity conference. That's a fact the White House tried to downplay.
This is his how Biden's official public schedule read:
Saturday, September 20, 2014
Feb 3, 2014, Vol. 19, No. 20 • By THE SCRAPBOOK
Doug Kmiec has had an amazing political journey. Today a chaired professor at Pepperdine Law School, Kmiec has traveled nearly the full gamut of public life: He worked in the Office of Legal Counsel under both Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush and pursued an active career teaching law, at Notre Dame and Catholic University. He was thought, for a time, to be one of the leading lights in conservative Catholic legal circles.
8:21 AM, Dec 5, 2013 • By DANIEL HALPER
Vice President Joe Biden talked up the pool reporter covering him in China today to the vice president of China. According to the pool report, Biden told the Chinese VP that "he is a very important man. Seriously he is important."
8:11 AM, Oct 1, 2013 • By DANIEL HALPER
The federal government has shutdown. So what does this mean for the White House? Vice President Joe Biden keeps 12 staffers and President Barack Obama keeps 129.
As the Los Angeles Times reported yesterday, in preparation for a government shutdown:
1:19 PM, Oct 12, 2012 • By JEFFREY H. ANDERSON
As Mike Warren highlights, moderator Martha Raddatz apparently didn’t think Obamacare was important enough to make the cut as one of the nine topics she brought up during the vice presidential debate. Two other closely related topics that didn’t make her cut were federal spending and the national debt. Anyone who had been asleep for four years before waking up and tuning in would never have guessed that Obamacare, rampant federal spending, and unsustainable federal debt had given rise to the Tea Party and had propelled the GOP to gains of 63 House seats and 6 Senate seats in the 2010 elections.
10:31 AM, Oct 12, 2012 • By DANIEL HALPER
White House records reveal that the moderator of last night's vice presidential debate, Martha Raddatz, visited Vice President Joe Biden at his official residence on March 26, 2012. Raddatz is an employee of ABC News.
7:52 AM, Oct 12, 2012 • By DANIEL HALPER
After last night's debate, Vice President "may have some clean up of his own to do today on Libya," CBS reports:
7:36 AM, Oct 12, 2012 • By JEFFREY H. ANDERSON
During the vice presidential debate, Paul Ryan reiterated his opposition to abortion. Joe Biden explained that he’s personally opposed to abortion but doesn’t believe in protecting the unborn. President Obama has previously expressed his own position, which might best be described as not being opposed to abortion either personally or as a matter of policy (see the first 30 seconds of this clip):
6:25 AM, Oct 12, 2012 • By DANIEL HALPER
In Thursday night's debate, Vice President Joe Biden claimed that President Barack Obama has "spoken to Bibi Netanyahu as much as he’s spoken to anybody."
But contradicts himself by relying on intel community regarding Iran.12:50 AM, Oct 12, 2012 • By STEPHEN F. HAYES
Among the many charges and countercharges at the vice presidential debate here Thursday, two points from Vice President Joe Biden stand out.
12:06 AM, Oct 12, 2012 • By FRED BARNES
You don’t win a nationally televised debate by being rude and obnoxious. You don’t win by interrupting your opponent time after time after time or by being a blowhard. You don’t win with facial expressions, especially smirks or fake laughs, or by pretending to be utterly exasperated with what your opponent is saying.
11:07 PM, Oct 11, 2012 • By WILLIAM KRISTOL
Joe Biden was aggressive, condescending, and shamelessly demagogic. Paul Ryan was earnest, youthful, and perhaps a bit over-scripted. The upshot was a vice presidential debate that was occasionally entertaining for partisans on both sides, but was mostly unenlightening. Ultimately, I suspect, it will prove inconsequential. It's hard to believe it will change any votes, or give either side momentum.