4:20 PM, October 9th, 2013

On last week’s Saturday Night Live, Miley Cyrus did an impression of Michele Bachmann twerking with House Speaker John Boehner. Afterwards, Congresswoman Bachmann said that her office received calls from people who thought it was actually her in the parody

1:00 PM, December 9th, 2011

Today’s headlines in under two minutes. AKA, cheat sheet video style!

11:26 AM, December 6th, 2011

And here’s the next son-defends-lesbian-moms video we predict will be going viral. 

At a South Carolina book signing, an 8-year-old boy named Elijah whispered to Bachmann, “My mom is gay and she doesn’t need fixing.” Bachmann responded with a blank expression, then waved to him as he runs away. The person who filmed the event told Chicago Now that Elijah’s mom had been standing in line to speak to Bachmann herself, but decided she was too nervous. But Elijah insisted that they stay so he could give Bachmann the message himself.

Good job, Elijah!

2:10 PM, August 8th, 2011

Chris Buck shot the Bachmann cover art this week for Newsweek. Click through for his online portfolio, which includes the above shot of Arianna Huffington (from 1996) and more portraits of politicians.

12:14 PM, July 26th, 2011
3:00 PM, June 15th, 2011
Barbarians need to be educated. They need to be disciplined, and just because someone feels this or thinks this, doesn’t mean that we’re supposed to go down that road.
Marcus Bachmann, Michele Bachmann’s husband, on treating gay people in his counseling practice.
11:00 AM, June 15th, 2011
On Monday, Bachmann didn’t talk a lot about her religion. She didn’t have to—she knows how to signal it in ways that go right over secular heads. In criticizing Obama’s Libya policy, for example, she said, “We are the head and not the tail.” The phrase comes from Deuteronomy 28:13: “The Lord will make you the head and not the tail.” As Rachel Tabachnick has reported, it’s often used in theocratic circles to explain why Christians have an obligation to rule.
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