Liz Cheney is an American politician and attorney, who serves as the current U.S. representative from Wyoming's at-large congressional district. Before joining politics, she was a corporate lawyer. Cheney's political journey as a ‘Republican’ began under the administration of George W. Bush. She is the third woman to be voted to the chair of the ‘House Republican Conference.’ Cheney is credited for her conservative solutions for generating employment, reducing taxes, and expanding the nation's energy, mining, and agriculture industries. During her 2014 run for the ‘Senate,’ Cheney was highly criticized for her stance regarding same-sex marriage and her ''hawkish'' foreign policy opinions. She ultimately dropped out. The political drama brought her personal life under the public eye, and the nation witnessed her strained relationship with her sister. She is a member of the 'International Board of Advisors' at the 'University of Wyoming,' a co-founder of the non-profit 'Keep America Safe,' and a former 'Fox News' analyst.