This article first appeared on The Conversation. “Chutzpah” is making headlines again. This time it’s not because someone mispronounced it (as former Representative Michele Bachmann did a few years ago); it’s because Republican presidential...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton’s sartorial choices are once more in the news. As has been pointed out numerous times online, and late Friday afternoon in an article by The Hill, the yellow jacket she wore during Thursday night’s Democratic debate is...Show More Summary
“Chutzpah” is making headlines again. This time it’s not because someone mispronounced it (as former congresswoman Michele Bachmann did a few years ago); it’s because Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz called it a “New York term.” At a recent New Hampshire event, Cruz responded to Donald...
Michele Bachmann warned that Islamic terrorists don’t need nuclear bombs to destroy Western Civilization — because they have “rape culture.” The former Republican lawmaker made another appearance Saturday on the “end times” radio program hosted by Jan Markell and...
Former Congresspastor Michele Bachmann has been playing the ol’ “The Bible Is A Roadmap For History” game again, and she has some pretty fascinating predictions about what’s going to happen in the Middle East any day now, as we hurtle inevitably toward the End Times. For one thing, the self-declared Islamic State is on the
Michele Bachmann is fantasizing about the apocalypse again -- but it's hard to tell if she's trying to stop it or enthusiastically cheering it on. The former Republican congresswoman appeared Saturday on the "end times" radio program...Show More Summary
Michele Bachmann believes President Obama’s retirement will be quite busy, what with a New World Order needing to be set up properly. As evidence for this belief, she cites a recent story, which claims that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is trying to prevent Obama’s new job from becoming the new United Nations Secretary General.... Show More Summary
Michele Bachmann is fantasizing about the apocalypse again — but it’s hard to tell if she’s trying to stop it or enthusiastically cheering it on. The former Republican congresswoman appeared Saturday on the “end times” radio program hosted by Jan Markell and Eric...
With Michele Bachmann gone from the House, we're pretty much left with Louie Gohmert as the House Republican who's most likely to say something that would be considered inflammatory if it weren't so incoherent. And while he's in a district...Show More Summary
Leading Off: ? TX-01: With Michele Bachmann gone from the House, we're pretty much left with Louie Gohmert as the House Republican who's most likely to say something that would be considered inflammatory if it weren't so incoherent.Show More Summary
While Republican Donald Trump is skipping Fox News' Thursday debate, back in 2012, he tore into candidates like Michele Bachmann for doing the same.
Once again revealing she’d hold religion over the Constitution, Michele Bachmann has said that Congress “degrades the nation” by passing laws that violate those of God. Speaking on anti-gay pundit David Barton’s “Foundations of Freedom,”...Show More Summary
It's always eye-opening to hear religious conservatives talk about how secular law takes a backseat to biblical pronouncements.In a recent episode of Christian pseudo-historian David Barton's show "Foundations of Freedom," he spoke with (former) Rep. Show More Summary
Former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-MN) has broken her silence on the matter and endorsed someone for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination -- former President Ronald Reagan. "My good friend and fellow MENSA member Sarah Palin...Show More Summary
The Huffington Post reports in a “Candidate Confessional” podcast interview, Michele Bachmann recalled how the “infamous” Newsweek cover photograph happened – the 2011 "Queen of Rage" shot that Tina Brown & Co. created to make Bachmann look dazed and confused. The photographer used a strobe light for a "test shot," he claimed. Show More Summary
Michelle Bachmann, the former Minnesota congresswoman and 2012 presidential candidate, is opening up about her infamous 2011 Newsweek cover that earned her the nickname, “Crazy Eyes.” In an interview with podcast “Candidate Confessi… Read The post Here’s The Story Behind Michele Bachmann’s Iconic ‘Crazy Eyes’ Newsweek Cover – LISTEN appeared first on Towleroad.
SALON: Rubio’s disqualified because of his “bizarre religious faith” … Catholicism. Shades of Bill Keller, then executive editor of the New York Times, cluelessly describing Rick Santorum and Michelle Bachmann in 2011 as belonging to a “fervid subset of evangelical Christianity,” when Santorum is a Catholic and Bachmann a Lutheran. And didn’t JFK definitively settle […]
WASHINGTON -- In the summer of 2011, then-Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) had improbably started to gain traction in her run for the Republican nomination for president. She’d been one of the tea party’s fiercest champions, and seemed poised to cross over into the mainstream. When Newsweek called, asking to do a cover story, Bachmann didn’t hesitate. Show More Summary
It may not be so readily apparent to the voter, but female candidates have to deal with substantially more bullshit when they run for public office than their male counterparts. They get called names like “abortion barbie” or are mocked for looking their age or for the clothes they wear. Show More Summary
Fervidly right-wing “historian” David Barton recently went ahead and burdened the general public with an 18-part DVD series called Foundations of Freedom — available here for $79.95, no thanks — that features Barton and various guests...Show More Summary