Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann appeared on Sean Hannity's show Thursday night for her first interview since announcing her retirement from her House seat last week.
With Michelle Bachman announcing her decision to not run for reelection Minnesota Republicans have begun lining up to claim her Sixth District seat, and Tom Emmer is the first to announce his bid, the Star Tribune reports. The 2010 failed...
With the imminent departure of Michele Bachmann from the World's Greatest Legislative Body today, we have inaugurated a new semi-regular weekly feature in which we study the possible successor to la Bachmann as Royal Regent of the Crazy People.
Chicago Tribune columnist Clarence Page says goodbye and good riddance to the conservative politician and her tactics. Rep. Michele Bachmann got it backwards in her surprising retirement announcement. Many of her "mainstream liberalShow More Summary
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The Washington Times is not the Onion, but only because the Onion has standards. The Washington Times, on the other hand, will print anything. While media outlets and liberal pundits are rejoicing after Rep. Michele Bachmann announced...Show More Summary
Michele Bachmann recently told us she was not going to run for re-election in 2014. While some people greeted her announcement with either relief (no more being confused by Minnesota having both legal gay marriage and Bachmann as a representative)...Show More Summary
YouTube It's Gohmert time! That Republican Texas Congressmoron is trying hard for the executive spot in the loony Tea Party caucus (now that Michele Bachmann has, uh, retired), and here's another zany episode of Life With Gohmert, as...Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert opened "The Colbert Report" on Tuesday with a salute to "conservative giant" Michele Bachmann. Bachmann, who announced plans to retire after 2014 last week, has always been one of the faux conservative comedian Colbert's favorite targets. Show More Summary
Following Rep. Michele Bachmann's (R-MN) announcement that she will not seek re-election in 2014, the Daily Beast announced it was looking for a replacement member of the GOP who could carry the mantle of "craziest member of Congress" in her stead. Show More Summary
Remember how Karl Rove bid Michele Bachmann adieu by pointing out that she "did nothing" during her time in Congress? Well, Laura Ingraham ain't pleased. Chiding Rove for making a "classless" remark, Ingraham resented "these Bush people" — and took a swipe at Rove's own 2012 election results, warning him not to throw stones.
While Congresswoman Michele Bachmann was announcing her retirement to much fanfare in the media, according to information given exclusively to Take Action News, the FBI was busy collecting potentially damaging evidence against her from two former campaign aides.
Jim Graves, the candidate who almost beat Michele Bachmann in her bid for re-election to Congress last year, has suspended his campaign. I do hope he re-enters the race when Bachmann changes her mind and decides to run again! Here’s the letter from Graves: This is the most difficult message I’ve ever had to write.…
As you know, Michele Bachmann, Congressperson for Minnesota’s Sixth District, has announced that she will not seek re-election to her seat in Washington DC. Bachmann almost lost her re-election to challenger Jim Graves last year. I’m convinced that had the election been held a few weeks later, Graves would have won. Recently, internal polling data…
She was a never-ending source of amusement, with more quotes of the day than any other politician.
Michele Bachmann's leaving Congress (and, fingers crossed, the planet — we hear Pluto's Senate is too ethical). Sarah Palin still inspires reality TV shows and biopics but not much more. Thus, NBC wonders how the GOP will solve its lady voter problem if these bastions of feminism can't lead the way. Show More Summary
Michele Bachmann's absence leaves a leadership void among the radical Tea Party faction that turned the House of Representatives into an ungovernable mob and her briefly to frontrunner status in the 2012 Republican presidential prim...
MSNBC's Ed Schultz took Rep. Michele Bachmann to task, now that she's announced she will not be seeking reelection for her seat in the Unites States House of Representatives and the fact that her list of "accomplishments" during herShow More Summary