Texas Governor Rick Perry has joined the other two top-tier Republican presidential candidates, Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and Minnesota Representative Michele Bachmann, in signing the National Organization for Marriage's...Show More Summary
Former lawmaker Michele Bachmann credits Islamic State militants for inspiring the fatal shootings of two New York City police officers in December. The former congresswoman told Newsmax’s Steve Malzberg during an interview Tuesday that Americans should be terrified by a video threat made against a...
When two NYPD officers were shot and killed last December by a man named Ismaaiyl Brinsley, there was much speculation that he had acted out in retaliation for the killings of unarmed black men like Michael Brown and Eric Garner. There...Show More Summary
On the Inquiring Minds podcast, Factcheck's Kathleen Hall Jamieson discusses their new initiative to debunk politicians' science lies.
Four years ago, Michele Bachmann slammed Rick Perry—then the governor of Texas—for his executive order mandating HPV vaccinations. "I'm a mom of three children," Bachmann said during a GOP presidential debate. "And to have innocent little...Show More Summary
Remember when Michele Bachmann said the HPV vaccine would encourage teens to have sex? A new study puts that crazy argument to bed for good.
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David Polyansky.Iowa has been a home-away-from-home for Polyansky for years. He was deputy campaign manager for Minnesota U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann when she climbed to a surprise victory in the 2011 Iowa Straw Poll. And he was senior consultant to [Joni] Ernst, who won a five-way GOP primary in June then defeated Democratic U.S. Show More Summary
Rumor: Michele Bachmann said that Martin Luther King would still be alive today if black people were allowed to own guns in the 1960s.
Via World Net Daily: Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., has been a prolific conservative legislator despite strong resistance from establishment Republicans, including leaders of her own party, and despite the considerable challenge of passing legislation without cooperation from an obstructionist Senate controlled by Democrats. Show More Summary
"If you wake up tomorrow morning and feel a little bit less free, you won't be mistaken," writes Luke Brinker of Salon. "As the 114th Congress begins, Michele Bachmann will no longer be a member of the House of Representatives, depriving the country of its foremost warrior against America-hating politicians, the totalitarian U.S. Show More Summary
"Fox & Friends" rings in the new year as only it can, while Michele Bachmann is pretty sure she saved the economy
From latter-day McCarthyism to dangerous pseudoscience, we look back on the outgoing GOPer's most notorious moments
There are any number of things that have caused the recent dip in oil prices; a flooded market, OPEC internecine price-warfare, and a low global demand are on the top of the list. Nowhere on that list, however, is outgoing Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann. But nobody tell Bachmann that. I doubt she’ll listen. Bachmann took [...]
Shorter Greg Mankiw: “Thomas Piketty is crazy to think that large inequalities in wealth undermine democracy. Why, the founding fathers were all rich, and American citizenship was always granted on equal terms without any large classes of people excluded from basic rights from the very second the Constitution was ratified.”
Outgoing Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R) took to social media late this week to congratulate herself for bringing the price of gas down under two dollars per gallon. The erstwhile 2012 presidential contender posted a photo of herself standing under a gasoline station’s pricing...
Bachmann had promised that she would lower gas to under $2 per gallon once elected president. The post Michele Bachmann Kicks Off 2015 By Celebrating Life In Obama’s America appeared first on ThinkProgress.
I think I speak for all of us when I say we were so very, very fortunate when she was elected President in 2012. $2 gas, anyone? pic.twitter.com/JM2ibeP4mE — Michele Bachmann (@MicheleBachmann) January 2, 2015
It's so much harder to narrow down the category when it comes to politicians, because they're all so good at being slippery with plain truth. But there are some who stand out. I couldn't even include Michele Bachmann, because she lives more in a world where none of us do than anything else. Show More Summary
Former Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) accused President Barack Obama of wanting to “cut the legs” off of Israel, and of dismissing her concerns over reported negotiations with Iran, Buzzfeed reported. “I asked him to please end their nuclear program, because we have the capacity to...