Ah yes, the Iowa evangelicals. That selectively-informed voting bloc that selected Michele Bachmann in the 2011 Iowa Straw Poll! Unfortunately, Ted Cruz is much more of a danger to our democracy than Bachmann ever was. He's slick, he's a gifted liar, and he's the anointed of God. Show More Summary
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There are so many things wrong with this segment from this Monday's Hardball on MSNBC, it's hard to know where to begin, but I guess we could start with the fact that anyone is bringing Michele Bachmann, who is nuts, on the air to weigh...Show More Summary
At the end of an interview segment tonight on Hardball, MSNBC host Chris Matthews and former Republican Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) traded stories about their brushes with journalists who used goofy-looking photos of them as cover art to adorn magazine profiles.
Former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-MN) says Hillary Clinton put herself in the crosshairs of her competitors for 2016.
Former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, R - Mn, discusses women in politics and the 2016 election with Chris Matthews.
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She may no longer be a presidential frontrunner or even a member of Congress, but Michele Bachmann can still generate headlines. In this case, it's for a radio interview following a trip to Israel in which she encouraged Jews to convert to Christianity because Jesus is "coming soon," reports the...
Former GOP presidential candidate Michele Bachmann has called on an intensified effort to convert Jews to Christianity in time for the return of Christ.
Throughout her political career, the former Republican representative of Minnesota Michele Bachmann prided herself on being a staunch defender of Israel. Whether the latest threat to the Jewish state emanated from terrorists in Gaza, the ayatollah of Iran, or the Muslim Brotherhood–controlled White House, Bachmann always stood in solidarity with... More »
One hardly knows what to do with this. Former Representative Michele Bachmann appeared on Tony Perkins's Washington Watch radio show last week. She made a rather inocuous statement that apparently is serving as some kind of dog whistle on the atheist and anti-Christian left sending them barking mad. Show More Summary
Over at The Hill, reporter Peter Sullivan brings us a report on Michele Bachmann announcing that "Jesus is coming soon." The audio is brought to us courtesy of a leftwing site called "Right Wing Watch." The article breathlessly begins Former Rep. Show More Summary
Former Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann wrapped up a tour through Israel with a renewed drive to convert Jews to Christianity.
Former Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) called for converting as many people as possible to Christianity because Jesus is “coming soon,” The Hill reports. Said Bachmann: “We recognize the shortness of the hour. And that’s why we as a remnant want [...]
Former congresswoman Michele Bachmann likely fancies herself as something of a forward-thinking individual. After all, she seems to ruminate upon the impending end of days with relative confidence, dispensing advice to her spiritual brethren on what will go down when the Big Man Upstairs pulls the proverbial plug on humanity. Show More Summary
Former Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) has an urgent message for Christians everywhere: convert as many people as possible, especially Jews, because Jesus is "coming soon." “We recognize the shortness of the hour," she said in an interview with right-wing radio host Tony Perkins last week. Show More Summary
Former Republican presidential hopeful Michele Bachmann is back and she’s got some big ol’ ideas about converting Jews to Christianity. Read more...
Former Republican Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann is in Israel, where she gave an interview on the radio show of Family Research Council president Tony Perkins. Bachmann said that biblical prophecy is being fulfilled all around her,Show More Summary
Michele Bachmann must know when Jesus is coming back, because she says it’s important that Jews convert quickly. “Almost every article in the paper” has to do with conflicts in Israel, Bachmann said, “and it ties with so much biblical prophecy. This week really was about biblical prophecy in many ways. And we’re seeing as [...]
In late 2011, then-Iowa state Sen. Kent Sorenson had committed to backing Michele Bachmann's presidential campaign in the run-up to the 2012 Iowa caucuses. But Sorenson was getting irritated with Bachmann and felt he owed the Ron Paul campaign something. Show More Summary