"She's wonderful," says Bachmann's new stylist.Looking like Michele Bachmann doesn't come cheap.Bachmann spent $4,700 on hair and makeup in the last two weeks of June, according to Mother Jones. Using money from her political action committee, Bachmann made three payments to Tamara Robertson, a C ... More >>
Her presidential ambitions have led Michele Bachmann to read booksAs she advances inexorably towards declaring her candidacy for president, Michele Bachmann is preparing by reading books about the havoc wrought when megalomanaical politicians run for president. At the top of her list, appare ... More >>
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This year a former City Pages writer won an Oscar and a former community organizer from the South Side of Chicago got elected President. In the months in between, I've seen far-flung friends and family playing a larger role in public life. I met half my neighbors face to face, and saw people who w ... More >>
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