We Don’t Have to Call it "Holy War": Historicizing Michelle Bachmann (RELIGION IN AMERICAN HISTORY)
An interesting history-related post from RELIGION IN AMERICAN HISTORY:
Janine Giordano Drake
Is it just me, or does coverage these days of Michelle Bachmann these days sound like it was ripped right out of the journals of H.L Mencken in the hot Tennessee summer of 1925? Writes Rolling Stone Magazine this week in an article entitled, "Michelle Bachmann's Holy War,"
"Bachmann is a religious zealot whose brain is a raging electrical storm of divine visions and paranoid delusions. She believes that the Chinese are plotting to replace the dollar bill, that light bulbs are killing our dogs and cats, and that God personally chose her to become ...
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