Conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly had hoped to name Michele Bachmann as her successor — but she found the former Republican lawmaker’s qualifications lacking. The 91-year-old Schlafly is embroiled in a power struggle and family feud within the Eagle Forum activist group she founded...
Conservative All-Mother Phyllis Schlafly (yes, she’s still alive, stop being so surprised!) revealed Wednesday in an interview with Alex Jones that, in the continuing mishegas over control of the Eagle Forum, the rightwing group she founded, she once considered naming Michele Bachmann as her designated successor. Ultimately, however, she decided against it because Bachmann is
In my personal opinion, the Michele Bachmann one still stands as the best ever, but this one is funny too. Open thread below...
After Hillary Clinton's much-covered New York City subway debacle (if you can call it that), reaction has come from everywhere. That includes from Michelle Bachmann on Twitter. But we didn't really expect a digging reaction like this. Produced by Adam Banicki. WATCH NEXT:... More »
Congresswoman Michele Bachmann has bravely responded to ClintonSubwayGate by posting a video of herself successfully swiping her Metrocard — just like a big girl.
Former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann is one of those people in public life who’s almost disturbingly free with her opinions, like that time she publicly accused Barack Obama and abortion of working in tandem to bring on the Rapture. But give the woman her due: she’s got moves. Read more...
How many takes you think that took her?
Former Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) poked fun at Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton for not properly swiping her MetroCard while trying to ride the New York City subway this week. Bachmann posted a video to her Twitter account on Friday that threw shade at Clinton’s transportation difficulties. Show More Summary
The former congresswoman blames Obama for Brussels, while Trump reminds us he's not just playing a lout on TV
Michele Bachmann indicated that God is teaching President Obama a lesson, and using ISIS to do it. In an article panned by media, she called out President Obama for sticking to his agenda in Cuba, and criticized his policies about terrorism in the wake of the bombings in Brussels. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama should bare some of the blame for the recent terrorist attack in Brussels, suggests former Congresswoman Michelle Obama in a column published by Conservative Review. Bachmann opined that Obama has repeatedly downplayed the threat of ISIS, who took credit for the terrorist attack. Show More Summary
Bachmann abuses the powers of nonsense, alliteration, and assonance to attack Obama's response to Brussels
Have you ever wondered what it would look like if Sarah Palin were held at gunpoint and forced to drunk-tweet slam poetry? Well, then former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann's (R-MN) latest WorldNetDaily column is for you. The rambling,...Show More Summary
Michele Bachmann accused President Barack Obama of provoking terrorist attacks by skipping a conference with a right-wing pro-Israeli lobbying group. The former Republican lawmaker said ISIS extremists attack whenever Obama downplays their threat or does something else — such as make a...
How grateful are we that Michele Bachmann refuses to go gently into that good night? She rages, rages, at the dying of her political career, and we are the recipients of that gift. Michele opened up her AOL Tuesday and saw the news about the Brussels terror attacks and OH MY STARS! She knew it
Michele Bachmann said during an MSNBC appearance tonight that Hillary Clinton's recent comment about killing coal jobs sounds like it came from a candidate more in line with "fascist values."
If Donald Trump is the Republican nominee, will he drive women to the polls to vote for Hillary Clinton? Former Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann and...
Like most folks, I thought Donald Trump was similar to, say, Herman Cain or Michelle Bachmann, long shot candidates who were doomed to failure. But maybe I should have read one of my old posts about the damaging impact of the Tea Party on the Republican party. In a 2012 post called “The Upcoming Tea […]
The above video is from 2012, when Alice Stewart worked for Rick Santorum. She's worked for several Presidential campaigns: Santorum, Huckabee, and even Michele Bachmann. As Mock Paper Scissors points out: AYATOLLAH TED has replacedShow More Summary
Former Congresswoman and former GOP presidential candidate Michele Bachmann told conservative historical revisionist David Barton that Americans need to "get a brain" and realize that the Bible provided the moral and social underpinnings for a happy, productive society.