Former House Speaker Tom DeLay (R-TX) blasted the governors of Indiana and Arkansas this week for changing religious liberty laws to prevent discrimination against LGBT people. “This is the result of the gay agenda,” DeLay told Newsmax host Steve Malzberg on Monday. “We’re...
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Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi claims she nearly cried last week after being offended by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to...
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich got a warm – if somewhat sleepy – reception from a half-empty ballroom during his early morning CPAC speech on Friday, where he called the Clinton Foundation’s receipt of millions in foreign dollars...Show More Summary
Former House Speaker and noted smartphone user Newt Gingrich will spend tonight at the American Museum of Natural History with his wife, Callista. He and his wife. Tonight. For Valentine's Day. Take from this what you will, then pray for blindness. [ more › ]
Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is quite cross with her successor, John Boehner, for inviting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address Congress without passing it by the White House. New York's Assembly Speaker SheldonShow More Summary
“You have other cases. You had Bob Byrd, who was the majority leader, who was a Klan leader. You had Hugo Black, who was a justice who was a Klan leader, but they were Democrats. So being in the Klan was OK.” –Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.), on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” Jan. 4, 2015 Gingrich, […]
Former House Speaker and presidential candidate Newt Gingrich said on “Face the Nation” Sunday that President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder have passed up the opportunity to improve race
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich defended embattled House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) by bringing up President Barack Obama's association with Rev. Jeremiah Wright and questioning why Obama got a "pass."
He'll take whatever endorsement he can get. Monday morning, Foster's Daily Democrat in New Hampshire published a blistering attack on Sen. Jeanne Shaheen by former House Speaker Marshall Cobleigh. Cobleigh wrote that she "is a big part of the problem" in high gas prices. Show More Summary
The New Hampshire Republican party is worshipping the dead. For some reason, Foster’s Daily Democrat published an op-ed attacking Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) by former House Speaker Marshall Cobleigh, the latter of which has been dead since 2009. Scott Brown (R-MA, NH, Wherevs) is Shaheen’s challenger, so they raised the dead to write, “As is usual with poll-driven [...]
On Friday, South Carolina’s former House Speaker, Bobby Harrell, completed his journey from being one of the state’s most powerful politicians to being a government rat. Harrell, a Republican who had already relinquished the Speaker's role under pressure, pleaded guilty in a state court to six counts of misusing campaign funds. Show More Summary
Quick, what does Callista Gingrich, wife of former house speaker Newt Gingrich, have in common with kooky British actor Russell Brand? Hint: It’s the same thing she shares with Madonna, Will Smith and Jerry Seinfeld. This unlikely collection of folks are all authors of children’s books. Gingrich’s latest kiddie tome debuted today. “Sea to Shining Sea” is […]
Newt Gingrich — the CNN contributor and former House Speaker who revels in shutting people down — held a Q&A on his Facebook page Thursday and showed he’s still got it when it comes to dismissing anyone who gets in his peripheral vision.
Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is scheduled to appear beside New Jersey Governor Chris Christie at the opening of a new prisoner re-entry facility in Jersey City, New Jersey on Monday. Joining Christie and Pelosi will be former governors...Show More Summary
CNN contributor Newt Gingrich said Wednesday night that President Barack Obama's Oval Office address outlining a four-point strategy to confront ISIS was strong, and above all pro-American, speech. Perhaps the former House Speaker felt Obama took notes from his imagined pseudo-Reagan draft from last week.
CNN host and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich may be the only Republican who doesn’t think President Barack Obama‘s “we don’t have a strategy” admission is entirely bad.
Ilya Shapiro When the Affordable Care Act was being debated in Congress, former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi infamously insisted that “we have to pass the bill to find out what’s in it.” It turns out, however, that the Obama administration—which...Show More Summary
CNN host and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich has a new column defending Barack Obama from criticism of how often the president golfs. Sort of. In a column at his website, Gingrich says the number of times Obama golfs doesn’t matter because he’s a terrible president regardless: The problem with President Obama’s golf outings is [...]