Michele Bachmann, U.S. Congresswoman, Minnesota's 6th District
From Cubachi: Rep. Michele Bachmann, founder of the Tea Party Caucus, will start a series of sessions on the constitution for caucus members and others. The first session of this course will be taught by Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia in late January. Kathy Arberg, the Supreme Court's public information officer confirmed Scalia has accepted the invitation and said he will speak about "Separation of Powers."
Rep. Bachmann confirmed this will be a series of bi-monthly classes promoting conservative messages and instruction on a return to constitutional principles. In a way, this is sort of what Tea Parties do in many areas around the country. Average people come together to teach each other about the constitution and the history of the United States.
In an interview on Lou Dobbs’ radio show, Bachmann said this:
“We’re going to practice every week, if you will, our craft, which is studying and learning the Declaration, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights,” Bachmann said. “We’ll have a speaker, we’ll have questions and answers, we’ll wrap our minds around this magnificent document.”Bachmann also has said she invited Judge Andrew Napolitano and Mark Levin.