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U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann and her challenger, Jim Graves, tangled Tuesday on bridges, budgets and retiree programs in their first debate.
Graves, a DFLer and St. Cloud hotel executive, was on offense for much of the debate, which was staged at River’s Edge Convention Center and moderated by St. Cloud Area Chamber of Commerce President Teresa Bohnen.
It was the first of three debates before the Nov. 6 election pitting Graves against the third-term Bachmann, who’s less than a year removed from a run for the Republican presidential nomination. St Cloud Times
Representative Michele Bachmann, the Minnesota Republican whose status as a leading Tea Party voice in Congress has faded in the wake of a failed bid for president and a widening investigation into her campaign spending, said Wednesday that she would not seek re-election.New York Times
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While the Chinese cyberattacks make big news and concern defense experts in the U.S., it gives the Department of Defense an argument for funding in Congress during a time of austerity and cutbacks. What does Congress think? For more we talk to Tim Mak, Defense Reporter for Politico.
Congresswoman Michele Bachmann announced she will not be running for re-election next year. The Minnesota Republican who ran for president last in the Republican primary made the announcement in an 8-minute video release early this morning. A firebrand conservative, Bachmann chaired the Tea Party Caucus in Congress and seldom made a speech in the last few years that didn’t criticize the president or the Affordable Care Act. We talk to Shira Toeplitz, Politics Editor for Roll Call.
Author of the bestselling popular culture parody, "Fifty Shades of Blue - the trilogy" Michele Brenton was born in Swansea, South Wales and shares her birth day and place with another Swansea poet, Dylan Thomas. She spent some time living on the Greek island of Kefalonia as did another poet, Lord Byron.
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Lee talks about #Staffergate -- the interconnected scandals involving staff of Sen. Rand Paul, Sen. Mitch McConnell, Rep. Michele Bachmann - and plays audio of former Iowa state senator Kent Sorenson implicating top Bach staffers in the theft of a mailing list.
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COMCAST, the wonderful phone and cabe company, seems to have it in for me..this is why i didnt have this show last week. Thank you to Michele for trying this show again..Lets hope COMCAST will keep me on line with the computer and phone
Tonight Huffington Post columnist Rachel Thompson and writer/critic Bennet Pomerantz discuss media topics with guests from all sorts of media
Today's guest is author Michele Villery
Invisible Girl provides personal narratives of serious problems plaguing society today and what happens when children go unseen, unheard and remain invisible. Cynthia Luce opens up in an incredibly insightful manner, addressing concerns that destroy our youth and change the path of their future. She takes you on an invaluable and heart wrenching journey to understand what happens to children who are subjected to being bullied, living in foster homes, surviving on the streets, in abusive situations and more. She shares painful experiences that torment children, often at the hands of adults. More importantly, she offers solutions to preventing negative situations from devastating children or your own life.
A writer with a passion for teaching and speaking, Michele Huey writes an award-winning weekly newspaper column, God, Me, and a Cup of Tea, which placed second in the 2009 Pennsylvania Newspaper Association's Keystone Press Awards. Two compilations of these columns have been published as devotional books. Her work has appeared in numerous anthologies and national publications.
Her daily radio program, God, Me, and a Cup of Tea, aired on stations in Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Alabama for 10 years. She writes devotionals on assignment for Pathways to God and is a former newspaper feature writer, photographer, and editor.
Her debut novel, The Heart Remembers, has enjoyed 5-star reviews on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Goodreads. Her second novel, Before I Die, and her short story series, Fifth Wheel, are also published by Helping Hands Press.
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Join the Publisher of Sepia Prime Woman and co-host Sharonda Cawthon as we get a cup of coffee, rehash the week and talk about what matters to you. And we do it with fun, love and spiritual insight. In fact you can call in and join the conversation which really makes it fun. Today we will talk about Sickle Cell Anemia with Sonya L. Moore who has been affected very personally by this disease.
We know you have a lot to do this weekend, so why not start off your Saturday with some friends over coffee. And you never know who will show up.....
State of Emergency: Michele Morrissey, Marsha Jews, Gwennie, LaQuay Juel. Panel features community leaders intent on making a difference. Broad discussion on the State of Black America and what it takes to heal the pain. We discuss the violence, the murder, the poverty, the under-education, the addiction. We discuss taking back our streets, organizing, returning to a mindset of helping each other. Cooperative economics also came up and why we need to support each other. Guests from Maryland, Indiana and New Jersey.
Angel Gathering with Michele Schroeder Sunday's 7 pm central
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