In a fundraising email, Bachmann says the president is trying to trick us.
PLUS: GOP House incumbent taking heat for pro gay marriage vote; Amy Klobuchar goes after the contact-lens cartel; and the world’s worst intersection gets a public hearing.
After much work to regain commercial air service for the city, Sky West Airlines is operating the daily United Link to Chicago.
Emmer, the GOP’s 2010 gubernatorial nominee, has the money, the endorsements, and the delegates. But Phil Krinkie and Rhonda Sivarajah will likely take their primary chances.
“The gay community, they have so bullied the American people,” U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann says in a radio interview.
Bachmann has kept a low profile since deciding not to seek another term in the House, but ABC News got her to sit for a five-minute interview.
WASHINGTON — Congress enacted only 57 new laws this year, but by some measures its members worked long hours.
Rep. Michele Bachmann declares: “Liberalism is crumbling in front of our eyes.”
She agrees with Netanyahu that the proposed deal with Iran that would ease sanctions would be a “very bad deal.”
John Gilmore explains why he co-wrote “Bachmannistan: Behind the Lines,” an inside account of Michele Bachmann’s presidential campaign.
Daily Show’s John Oliver claims to wear a bracelet that says ‘What wouldn’t Michele Bachmann do?’
She praised her working relationship with Gov. Dayton but lashed out at President Obama on health care, the environment and immigration.
Emissions stats tracked; new Catholic abuse revelations; Strib decries income-tax hike; golf down in St. Paul; and more.
FitzSimmons is having to defend his vote in his House district in Wright County, perhaps the most conservative county in Minnesota.
WASHINGTON — Rep. Betty McCollum’s amendment to stop National Guard sponsorship of NASCAR failed.
Board Chair Rhonda Sivarajah on Wednesday announced her candidacy, saying that she is “uniquely qualified to get the job done.”
Assuming she hasn’t changed her mind, she should update her pitch
The congresswoman attended the funeral Monday for the parents of her Minnesota director, Deb Steiskal.
Emmer enters the race as a front-runner, but his advantage as a seasoned campaigner also may be a liability in terms of political “battle scars.”
I hope Graves remains active and runs again for public office. He is the type of business leader we so desperately need: pragmatic, visionary, caring and committed to governance.