Via Bachmann for Congress/FacebookShe looks taller on TV, doesn't she?She forgot to pay her property taxes on time, but incumbent Republican congresswoman Michele Bachmann didn't forget to register for her own re-election today, signing papers for the CD6 race with Minnesota Secretary of Stat ... More >>
Photo: Laura K. GibbsWe seem a little confusedAlmost half of Minnesotans in a new MPR poll -- let's call them the Bachmann Block -- say they think president Barack Obama is steering the country toward socialism. Most of them don't trust the government. And most of them think it has too much p ... More >>
U.S. Air ForceA U.S. Air Force C130 drops oil-dispersing chemicals on the Gulf of MexicoBP executives and others are going to get an earful from members of Congress tomorrow, when the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure opens hearings into the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig ... More >>
Beware of gangsters bent on saving the auto industryMichele Bachmann has found a suitably attention-grabbing moniker for the Democratic-controlled Congress and White House: "Gangster government." And at various points in the past few weeks, she's drawn fire from the likes of everyone from Bi ... More >>
To borrow a phrase from Ronald Reagan: There she goes again. Preaching to the converted at yesterday's downtown Minneapolis GOP money-grubbing love-in with Sarah Palin -- check out our slideshow -- Michele Bachmann told a bunch of whoppers. Her call for nuking cyberattackers was an especial ... More >>
The congresswoman keeps insisting that the federal government now controls 51 percent of the U.S. economy.
But given the Fed's track record making economic forecasts, don't pop the champagne quite yet.
Administration lax on cleaning up AIG, Bear Stearns, and Lehman Brothers
Gary Stern says there's a "reasonable possibility" that you will never get a job again.
Is bad economy leading to serious depression?
Coming soon in a handy prescription inhaler?
Alan Greenspan and America's unreal estate
Author and economist Doug Henwood on jobless recoveries, the two Americas, and the "Wal-Mart effect"
In 1973 she was fearless. Graceful, original, expensive, strong--and her daddy was a daredevil.