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Bachmann is a member of both the Financial Services Committee and Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. She was an opponent of the Wall Street bailout and the Dodd-Frank legislation.
Bachmann graduated from Anoka High School and Winona State University.
She earned her J.D. at the O.W. Coburn School of Law at Oral Roberts University and her L.L.M. in Tax Law at the College of William and Mary School of Law.
Bachmann and her husband, Marcus Bachmann, own a Christian counseling business called Bachmann & Associates.
The Bachmanns have been married for over thirty years and have five children, Lucas, Harrison, Elisa, Caroline and Sophia.
Michelle and her husband have also taken care of 23 foster children.
Michelle claims to be a “Constitutional Conservative”, advocating adherence to the US Constitution.
She is dedicated to the repeal of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care, or what she and others refer to as “ObamaCare”.
Bachmann is a promoter of increased domestic oil production and natural gas exploration, specifically in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Bachmann introduced the Light Bulb Freedom of Choice Act, which requires a GAO report to illustrate that fluorescent bulbs have a “clear economic, health and environmental benefits” over that of conventional light bulbs.
Bachmann was raised in a Democratic household, but she claims that she became a Republican during the course of her senior year at Winona State.
Bachmann founded the Tea Party Caucus in 2010.
Bachmann is pro-life.
She was opposed to both variations of the Wall Street bailout for America’s financial sector.
Michele supports and encourages the instruction of intelligent design in the public school system..
Bachmann has claimed that global warming and climate change is a hoax.
She has stated that carbon dioxide is “a natural byproduct of nature.”
Bachmann encourages both a state and federal constitutional amendment outlawing same-sex marriage and civil unions.
She has received bi-partison praise for her initiatives in Congress on the part of adopted and foster children.
Prior to getting into national politics, Michele worked as a federal tax litigation attorney for the IRS and handled countless civil and criminal lawsuits.
She represents Minnesota’s 6th Congressional District, an area containing elements of 6 different counties, stretching from Stillwater through Saint Cloud, together with a number of suburbs of the Minneapolis and Saint Paul.
Bachmann declared her candidacy for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination on June 27, 2011.Tags: conventional light bulbs, domestic oil production, financial services committee, global warming and climate change, michele bachmann, national wildlife refuge, natural gas exploration, oral roberts university
One of the best pitchers in the league this season has been Carlos Zambrano of the Chicago Cubs. Even without great run support, Zambrano has been able to get the job done time and time again. This is saying a lot for a guy that is pitching for a team that has been out of the playoff race for quite a few months.
At only 25 years old Zambrano is one of the best up and coming pitchers in the league. He stands at 6′ 5″ and weighs in at 255 pounds. It is safe to say that this helps him a lot when on the mound. Not only does his size give him more power, but it also allows him to last longer into the game as well.
Zambrano currently has a record of 14-5; the best in the National League. In addition he has an ERA of 3.31 to go along with 180 strikeouts. All of this adds up to Zambrano being one of the best pitchers in the league. When Cy Young voting comes around at the end of the season Zambrano will probably get a lot of consideration; especially if he can keep up at the pace he is going at.
Zambrano is one of the young guns in the game of baseball. Being that he is only 25 years old, Zambrano will be around for quite a bit longer. This is good news for the Chicago Cubs and their fans; that being if they can sign him long term.Tags: baseball, carlos zambrano, chicago cubs, cy young, pace, pitchers, playoff race, young guns