Specs Who Newt Gingrich Age 70 Accomplishments Co-host on CNN’s Crossfire (weeknights at 6:30); author; co-founder of Gingrich Productions; former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Base Arlington, Va. What’s the first information...Show More Summary
ou know, doing that sort of thing isn’t actually a bad plan: Newt Gingrich is a pretty good idea man. But you think that the President could have attributed his sources: President Obama lifted the theme of former House Speaker Newt Gingrich’s new book “Breakout” during a video interview with the Wall Street Journal. Show More Summary
Stephanie Cutter just got another new job today thanks to President Obama. Just over two and a half months since the former White House staffer debuted on the resuscitated Crossfire on September 9 with co-hosts Newt Gingrich, S.E. Cupp and Van Jones, Cutter is back working for her old boss – at least partially. Show More Summary
In 2012, billionaire casino mogul Sheldon Adelson and his wife spent at least $100 million backing conservative candidates. Via super PACs, he poured at least $20 million into Newt Gingrich's failed presidential campaign and contributed another $30 million to the Republican's eventual nominee, Mitt Romney. Show More Summary
Newt is a smart guy and he may right about this. “I personally believe Obamacare is going to collapse. I doubt in three or four years anything resembling the current system is going to exist,” Gingrich told The Daily Caller in a wide-ranging interview. Show More Summary
In an interview with ABC News and Yahoo! News earlier this week, former Speaker of the House and 2012 presidential candidate Newt Gingrich looked back briefly on what was one of the signature moments of his ill-fated campaign nearly two years ago: the speech he gave in Florida in January 2012 where he called for, [...]
“Crossfire” host Van Jones talks to our sister site FishbowlDC about co-host Newt Gingrich: “Oh Newt is great! You know I think I’m the only other person in the country besides his wife, Callista, who has read every single one of his...Show More Summary
(CNN) - Former House Speaker and CNN host Newt Gingrich says he sees New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie as a major candidate for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. Gingrich was on CNN's "New Day" Tuesday morning talking about the prospects and implications of the day's elections that include governors races in New Jersey and Virginia. […]
From the November 1 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show: Previously: Newt Gingrich Thinks Kathleen Sebelius Is More Dishonest Than Richard Nixon Limbaugh On Comparisons Between Nixon And Obama: "At Least Nixon Had The Grace To Quit" Limbaugh: "This Administration Has Gone Far Beyond What Richard Nixon Even Contemplated... Show More Summary
During Health and Human Services Sec. Kathleen Sebelius’ testimony on Wednesday before a congressional committee following the problematic launch of the Affordable Care Act, CNN host Newt Gingrich tweeted his incredulous reaction to the secretary’s performance. Show More Summary
CNN host Newt Gingrich declared that Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius' congressional testimony was worse than Richard Nixon's alleged crimes during the Watergate scandal, another round in the right-wing media's...Show More Summary
Click here to view this media Memo to the honchos at Sea World: You know that you are in a world of hurt when Newt Gingrich, of all people, starts to lecture you about your total lack of transparency, as he did the other night on CNN...Show More Summary
That’s why Jonathan Bernstein is betting against a weeks-long shutdown in January: All three extended shutdowns in recent American history—the two Newt Gingrich shutdowns in late 1995, and the Ted Cruz shutdown this month—were deliberately planned. In 1995, Gingrich foolishly believed that Bill Clinton was a weak man who would buckle if faced with the risks of […]
In a Tuesday morning interview with NewsMax's Steve Malzberg, conservative commentator Ann Coulter fired back at CNN host and former GOP leader Newt Gingrich who recently dismissed her claims about him as being part of her book-selling "shtick."
Last month, Newt Gingrich's media production company was paid $9,500 by the Republican National Committee, a fact he has not divulged on Crossfire, the CNN program he co-hosts. It's the latest ethics headache brought to the network by...Show More Summary
There's civil war a-brewin' in the Republican party, and one of the most vocal conservatives calling for change is Ann Coulter. In her new book and on Sean Hannity's show this week, Coulter name-dropped a few Republicans who she considers poisonous for the party, including Newt Gingrich, and Gingrich responded on Larry King's show.
He served in the post from 1989 to 1995, when he was ousted in the "Republican Revolution" led by his successor, Newt Gingrich.
Sexton highlights CBSNews, mentioning a Miami Herald article calling ObamaCare's enrollees "urban legends." Last night MKH noted that even Obama's hometown newspaper Party Organ, the Chicago Tribune, had to confess part of the truth. Allah, quoting Ryan Lizza of...
Washington (CNN) – Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Tuesday if House conservatives don't get their way in the congressional standoff over the budget and debt, they'll be more revved up to fight harder in the coming years, not fade away. The 2012 GOP presidential candidate and co-host of CNN's "Crossfire" also predicted Obamacare will […]
Ann Coulter appeared on Sean Hannity's Fox News program, "Hannity" to discuss the first chapter of her new book, "Never Trust a Liberal Over Three -- Especially a Republican."