In Patch's inaugural “Red Twin Cities” survey, influential Republicans paint an early picture for November's general election.
Monday, July 9, 2012
Saturday, June 2, 2012
The president visited Minnesota on Friday to speak at the Honeywell plant about jobs, the economy and veterans.
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
The congresswoman issued a statement today, May 9, following President Obama's support of gay marriage.
Congresswoman Michele Bachmann on Wednesday called President Obama "out of touch" following his statement of support for gay marriage. Below is a statement released from the congresswoman's office: “The President’s announcement today shows how out of touch he is the values of American families. The President continues to practice the politics of division and diversion. He’s tried to divide the country over gender, education, class, and now he’s attempting to divide families all as a diversion to his failed economic policies that have affected all Americans. “Americans know better and support traditional marriage. In every state where marriage has been on the ballot, traditional marriage has prevailed. Even last night, in North Carolina…
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, a one-time candidate for the GOP nomination for president, calls out current President Barack Obama on his decision to kill a pipeline that would have connected Canadian oil fields to U.S. refineries.
When President Barack Obama rejected the construction of the Keystone Pipeline on January 18, 2012, he did more than cancel a necessary construction project for our nation. He vetoed thousands of American jobs, maintained our nation’s dependence on foreign oil and unnecessarily wounded our relationship with Canada, a country that provides 20 percent of America’s oil imports every year. At a time when over 13 million Americans do not have a job and the average price of gas is $3.69, the President’s decision to cancel the pipeline’s construction is inexcusable. Sponsored by TransCanada Inc., one of the leading energy infrastructure companies in North America, the Keystone Pipeline was to be a 1,600-mile long conduit connecting the tar sands …