Saying she wanted to make her pride in America “perfectly clear,” Rep. Michele Bachmann sent a letter withdrawing her citizenship from Switzerland.
Rep. Michele Bachmann is now a citizen of Switzerland.
The gay activist who filmed undercover videos inside Marcus Bachmann’s counseling clinic says he’ll go to court if needed to fight a $150 fee he faces for canceled therapy sessions.
Ann Romney is a smiling presence at her husband’s side. Gloria Cain doesn’t campaign at all. And Anita Perry raised eyebrows with her claim that her husband had been “brutalized” for his faith.
Rep. Michele Bachmann steadfastly refused Thursday to answer questions about her family’s business and finances, saying that she — not her husband — was the one seeking the White House.
One of Michele Bachmann’s closest advisers during her rapid political rise was her husband, Marcus. He also was one of the least visible, happy to stand in his wife’s shadow even as her career took her to Washington.
Marcus Bachmann talked with the Star Tribune about the accusations that his clinic is doing a controversial “gay-repair” therapy. Read the article. John Becker from Truth Wins Out joins Chad on Friday.
A gay activist’s undercover video is drawing unwanted attention to a counseling clinic co-owned by Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann.
Controversy continues to follow Rep. Michele Bachmann. The Today Show has put together an undercover story on the Bachmann Clinic’s therapy to cure homosexuality. Watch the story.
As Rep. Michele Bachmann tours the country criticizing government as too big and too expensive, the Republican presidential candidate has come under mounting scrutiny over public dollars flowing to family business interests.