Celebrities, high-profile executives and media outlets gunning for Indiana Gov. Mike Pence and the state’s new religious freedom law are a “lynch mob,” Newt Gingrich said today in a HuffPost Live interview. Everyone from singer Miley...Show More Summary
Last week former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, conservative activist Pat Nolan, and authors Van Jones and Donna Brazile hosted the Bipartisan Summit On Criminal Justice Reform. Congress members from both sides of the aisle attended...Show More Summary
Newt Gingrich thinks the opposition to religious freedom bills in Indiana and Arkansas and the claim that they encourage anti-LGBT discrimination is an example of a liberal "lynch mob" mentality that seeks to undercut religion in America. The former Speaker of the House told HuffPost Live on Wednesday that Indiana Gov. Show More Summary
Fans of former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich (R) may have been a tad surprised when they saw him tweet early this morning morning that he's...
Newt Gingrich made a joke on Twitter that he immediately had to explain, so you know it's good. (via @newtgingrich) LOL! You got me, Newt Gingrich. Though you are considered a conservative Republican who is fiercely opposed to our president, for a moment I thought you had done a complete 180 on every single one of your opinions. Show More Summary
This holiday is dumb.
Speakers at today’s Bipartisan Summit on Criminal Justice Reform in Washington DC — cosponsored by the ACLU and Koch Industries — have played it safe, using their time at the podium to decry the country’s incarceration rate in general...Show More Summary
Organizers have dubbed the summit the 'Woodstock of criminal justice,' with both Democrats and Republicans coming together to tackle mass incarceration and prison reform.
If we weren't already sure that former disgraced House Speaker turned CNN contributor Newt Gingrich's middle name was Huge-Flaming-Hypocrite, The Daily Beast's Jackie Kucinich left no doubt on this Sunday's Inside Politics: KUCINICH:...Show More Summary
My “CPAC Journal” continues today, here. In this installment, I mention Newt Gingrich, who said gutter. I mean “Gutter,” for Qatar, rather than “Kuh-TAHR.” I say that I wrote a piece on this subject, many moons ago: a piece on place-names, pronunciation, and politics. Show More Summary
It was an eventful morning at the Conservative Political Action Conference — and a surprising one. Newt Gingrich dazzled with an attack on Hillary Clinton, immigrant-bashing talk show host Laura Ingraham continued her screed against Jeb Bush by swiping at his wife (!) and unintentionally made trouble for Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, and both Sen. […]
The Conservative Political Action Conference opened Friday with a speech by former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich in which he claimed that Islamic extremists could exercise undue influence over Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. “ISIS is piece of a world-wide threat, but...
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
Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, Newt Gingrich and other big names on the right make their way to the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday.
The annual Conservative Political Action Conference is underway in Washington D.C. Featured speakers during the four day right-wing love fest include Rick Santorum, Jeb Bush, Ben Carson, Ted Cruz, Rick Perry, Newt Gingrich, Scott Walker, Bobby Jindal, Sarah Palin, Rand...
Rand Paul could soon find his campaign for president targeted by an effort to derail his drive for the GOP nomination, Salon magazine has reported. Sheldon Adelson, who supported Newt Gingrich for president in 2012, vows to fund a campaign...Show More Summary
He's compared Newt Gingrich to Satan, spewed that Dick Cheney "created ISIS," and railed that socially conservative devout Catholic Rick Santorum wants to set up a theocracy in America. Yet for some strange reason, Salon's Joan Walsh...Show More Summary
Neurosurgeon Ben Carson has hired former Newt Gingrich fundraiser Amy Pass to be his national finance director. Pass, according to longtime Carson pal Terry Giles, who is running the show for his friend behind the scenes, helped raise...Show More Summary
Ben Carson has been on a hiring spree lately for his unannounced campaign, and his new staffers have something in common: they used to work for Newt Gingrich. First there was Ruth Sherlock, hired as Carson’s South Carolina state director and formerly Gingrich’s national deputy political director. Then Carson hired Mike Murray as his senior…