What an exhausting day! Did anyone else have an exhausting day? Don’t go into detail, because yesterday was the day we were all given space in which we could talk about our exhausting days in detail, but just nod your heads. Nodding? Like, honestly, let’s not even get started on this (should this whole thing [...]
Maybe that’s why he’s heading for South Carolina. Asked Thursday morning if he’s thinking about running for president again, Gingrich said, ‘I don’t rule it out, but we’re not spending any energy on it.’ But the visit to an early primary state seems calculated for maximum spotlight value, coming just days before a crucial House [...]
If you knew nothing about Newt Gingrich's taste in pop culture, you'd probably assume that he listens to Frankie Valli and watches PBS documentaries about colonial times. But Gingrich is not quite so easy to pigeonhole. He's such a huge fan of ABBA that he made "Dancing Queen" his ringtone. ... More »
As more Americans and lawmakers accept same-sex marriage, the Republican Party increasingly will be divided over the issue, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Thursday. "The Republican Party is going to be torn on this issue. The bulk of the party is going to be very resistant and is very supportive of traditional marriage, and [...]
Former Republican presidential candidates Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich have both stated over the past two days that they are open to running for president in 2016. “I’m certainly leaving the door open for that,’’ Santorum said on The Steve Malzberg Show Wednesday. “I’m making no commitments at this point, but we’re not doing anything [...]Show More Summary
Katrina, thanks for noting those comments from Newt Gingrich. Pagans! This segment caught my eye: “The great danger is that you’re going to see a real drive to outlaw and limit Christianity,” Gingrich said at a National Review breakfast briefing. “It’s okay to be Christian as long as you’re not really Christian. It’s a very serious problem.” Keep reading this post...
Talking about the changing political landscape, former House speaker Newt Gingrich expressed concern today that religious Americans may soon face a “secular tyranny.” “The great danger is that you’re going to see a real drive to outlaw and limit Christianity,” Gingrich said at a National Review breakfast briefing. Show More Summary
Newt Gingrich isn’t ruling out a 2016 presidential run. Keep reading this post...
Unlike the Republican National Committee, former House speaker Newt Gingrich doesn’t want to curb the number of presidential debates. At a National Review breakfast briefing on Thursday, Gingrich called the RNC’s push for regional primaries...Show More Summary
Newt Gingrich released a statement Tuesday commending President Barack Obama’s plan to spend $100 million mapping the human brain. “President Obama is taking a very important step toward the most dramatic breakthroughs in human health,”...Show More Summary
Newt Gingrich is praising President Obama for investing $100 million in mapping the human brain. “President Obama is taking a very important step toward the most dramatic breakthroughs in human health. Brain research is vital for Autism, Alzheimer’s, epilepsy, Parkinson’s, traumatic brain injury, mental health, and a host of other concerns,” Gingrich said in a [...]
President Obama is the "most successful salesman for people having the right to bear arms in modern history." Or so says Newt Gingrich in an interview with Newsmax, in which he criticized the president's approach to gun control — noting that a "huge number" of Democrats, not just Republicans, also view the Second Amendment as a big issue.
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During the 2012 GOP primary I brought up a theme that I believed Newt Gingrich had tapped into, a theme that I proposed was responsible for his win in South Carolina. That theme was redemption. After Gingrich’s win in South Carolina I laid out my theory of Newt’s redemption theme: “I think much of Newt’s appeal is that he is on a journey of redemption, | Read More »
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I’m gonna disagree with DougJ about Ben Carson — he’s not the next Herman Cain, he’s the next Newt Gingrich. I bookmarked this Washington Post article last night: BALTIMORE — The voice mail greeting at Benjamin Carson’s Johns Hopkins Hospital office, where he is the director of pediatric neurosurgery, stretches for almost eight minutes… Carson’s [...]
It was nearly a year ago that Newt Gingrich formally ended his bid for the Republican presidential nomination. From the corn fields of Iowa to the peach farms of Georgia, news reporters assigned to cover the former House speaker logged thousands of miles on a cross-country tour of the nation's zoos, community centers and of [...]