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"There's nothing about gays in [ Arizona SB 1062 ], but the gay community decided to make this their measure," Bachmann said in a radio interview last week.
New Hampshire state Rep. Kyle Tasker went on a public Facebook forum Monday and posted a sexually explicit joke about women who have been the victims of domestic abuse.
Sarah Palin 'took a page from playbook' of Tea Party favorite Texas Sen. Ted Cruz as she made up her own rhymes reading "Green Eggs and Ham" by Dr. Seuss at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, DC.
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Bachmann is made of sterner stuff and has time and time again stood up for her social and economic principles, refusing to compromise on them despite sometimes strong opposition from within her own party's leadership.
Jim Knoblach is one step closer to returning to the state House after sealing an endorsement during the Senate District 14 Republican convention Monday night.
FEBRUARY 27: Rep. Michelle Bachmann, R-Minn., speaks during the Tea Party Patriots 5-year anniversary event at the Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill.
Rep. Michele Bachmann gave an interview to talk show host Lars Larson at CPAC and expressed her anger about the failure of Arizona's anti-gay 'religious freedom' bill, saying that the gay community has been getting their way by intimidating politicians, Right Wing Watch reports .
DAVID Cameron is facing ridicule once again. His latest gaffe was to tweet a picture of himself looking serious and statesmanlike while having a serious statesmanlike phone call with Barak Obama.
It is written: Thou shall not serve or take photographs of anyone who is an abomination before Me.
For the second night of their five-month Reflektor tour, Arcade Fire brought their glittering spectacle up north to Minneapolis.
In a move that is generating even more 2016 presidential buzz, the chairman of Iowa's Republican Party is leaving his position to work for Rand PAC, a group that supports Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky.
Interesting that on the final day of the annual fantasy called the Conservative Political Action Conference, the rabid right wing trotted out the laughable Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann to claim the Republicans better serve women because "we are the party, the only party, that had a woman on the Presidential ballot this century."
At the CPAC podium, she said that the Tea Party movement is made up of high ideals, according to Raw Story .
The 59th Annual Madison County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner is coming up and organizers are touting a speakers list that includes a former presidential candidate.