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Topic - Michele Bachmann
Retiring U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann says she isn't going away, she's "just going to a different perch."
Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann is renewing fundraising solicitations, even though she doesn't plan to run for re-election.
Rep. Michele Bachmann stood at the front of a packed room, flashing a winning smile. With her Minnesota Vikings apron wrapped around her, she was campaigning one last time.
When Michele Bachmann upsets the Left, it says something. It says that she has hit a nerve.
The tea party celebrates its fifth anniversary Thursday, essentially marking some 1,826 days since the grass roots movement spontaneously emerged to become a political and cultural force to be reckoned with, driven by a call for fiscal sanity and fueled by traditional American values.
One-time Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann will speak at a luncheon in St. Louis next month.
President Obama is "rewriting the Constitution" so he can push his personal agenda and curry political favor for Democrats — case in point, Obamacare — Rep. Michele Bachmann said Tuesday.
Rep. Michele Bachmann said President Obama is guilty of enough constitutional offenses that the House ought to pursue impeachment hearings.
Miley Cyrus appeared as a twerking Rep. Michele Bachmann in a spoof of the singer's hit song "We Can't Stop" on "Saturday Night Live" this weekend.
For some hard-line conservatives, there is no war analogy too big when it comes to rallying people against Obamacare.
Minn. Rep. Michele Bachmann is calling on N.Y. Rep. Charlie Rangel to apologize for racial comments he made about tea party supporters on Friday.
They may have been "beat like baby seals" in the 2012 Republican primaries, but a little more than a year later, some of those losers are already sounding out their chances to try again in 2016.
They've lost their high-profile champion and tea party heroine, but Republicans in Minnesota's 6th Congressional District express confidence they can hold the U.S. House seat even without Michele Bachmann on the ballot next year.
While media outlets and liberal pundits are rejoicing after Rep. Michele Bachmann announced she would not seek a fifth term for office in 2014, women are stopping to say, "Thank you for paving the way for political greatness."
Two days after Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann said she wouldn't seek re-election next year for her Minnesota House seat, her primary Democratic challenger has indefinitely suspended his campaign.
"I served in politics as unto the Lord," Bachmann said. "I made a decision that I was going to lay everything on the line. ... When I saw the lions in the jungle, I was going to take them on."
"I'm not going away," Bachmann said. "I'm just going to a different perch."