Bachmann says one thing in public in, and does another in private.Michele Bachmann used federally backed home loans from Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac just weeks before she denounced those programs and called for them to be dismantled, according to the Washington Post. Experts who reviewed the home l ... More >>
C-SPANMichele Bachmann: Representation without legislation.With so much written about the wild things Michele Bachmann says, City Pages thought we'd take a look at what she has actually accomplished in Congress. Despite Bachmann's early success in the presidential polls, her congressional record ... More >>
Rep. Michele Bachmann, former tax attorney, member of the House Financial Services Committee and champion of anti-tax teabaggers everywhere, didn't pay $3,814 in property taxes on her million-dollar golf course "dream home" because she forgot. That's the line this morning from Bachmann's spo ... More >>
That's the third highest amount spent by any member of the House of Representatives last year.
Those poor AIG executives. So bailed out under Bush by taxpayers. So persecuted. Yet somehow, so much richer today.
A vote in the House and a decision by a U.S. District Court judge in Brooklyn suggest she's lost a couple of rounds.
The District 6 congresswoman says there's a nefarious plot afoot to allow ACORN to influence banking regulation.
Administration lax on cleaning up AIG, Bear Stearns, and Lehman Brothers
She of the lately lame action figure sales is getting creative with Twitter.
What topic does she ask about during her allotted time? ACORN of course. Totally relevant.
Divestment bill will withdraw pension funds from Iran's oil sector
Using embarrassing broken English shouldn't stop one Republican from loving another.
Playing roulette after receiving bailout money would have been a bad PR move.
The Avenger: Pete Barry goes after those "who live off the misery of others"
On the eve of a new school year, a historic strike threatens to throw the U of M into chaos