Today might as well be a national holiday for space junkies as the classic TV series starring Carl Sagan “Cosmos: A Personal Voyage” returns on Fox for a sequel, “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey.” Our sister-site Lost Remote reports on the...Show More Summary
By Richard K. Barry This is a lightbulb, signifying a good idea - something I have never had. When it came time for professional sleezebag Newt Gingrich to address the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), he used part ofShow More Summary
Newt Gingrich spoke at CPAC Saturday with a speech that was largely focused on innovation and branding conservatism as selling America's future, while Democrats and President Obama are stuck in the past, also taking a mocking shot at Obama's "ineffective" leadership on Ukraine.
This story originally appeared in Grist and is republished here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. The problems all started with Newt Gingrich. For decades, federal transportation funding had been a bastion of bipartisanship:...Show More Summary
After years of lock-'em-up rhetoric, some Republicans are changing their tune. In the early 1990s, then-Rep. Newt Gingrich unveiled one of the centerpieces of his new conservative agenda: putting more Americans behind bars. More prisons...Show More Summary
Veto RT @Crossfire If you were Governor of AZ would you sign or veto the bill?Reply w/ Sign or Veto using #Crossfire pic.twitter.com/hoL3PUz6Ku — Newt Gingrich (@newtgingrich) February 25, 2014 Marc Tracy looks at how the politics around gay rights have changed: Now, in 2014, reports Politico, the reaction to an Arizona bill that would allow businesses to refuse […]
Tonight on CNN, Newt Gingrich invited viewers to give their opinion on Arizona's hate bill by tweeting either "sign" or "veto" using the Crossfire hashtag. After reporting that 88% of the CNN audience had tweeted "veto", Gingrich himself did the same.
Zohar Lazar In the early 1990s, then-Rep. Newt Gingrich unveiled one of the centerpieces of his new conservative agenda: putting more Americans behind bars. More prisons were urgently needed, he told the New York Times in 1992, "so that...Show More Summary
Texas Governor Rick Perry, Texas Senator Ted Cruz, Arizona Senator John McCain, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul and former Speaker of the House and current CNN host Newt Gingrich have all condemned National Rifle Association board memberShow More Summary
I’d love to describe the details to you but I don’t think I can ever do as good a job as Representative Henry Waxman and Senator Sheldon Whitehouse. They wrote a letter to McCain and Gingrich. Gave ‘em a good shellacking, they did. I love this letter so much I’m giving it to you three…
Left-wing activist turned CNN host Van Jones ran to John Kerry's defense on Wednesday's Crossfire, after co-host Newt Gingrich slammed Kerry as "delusional" for recently hyping climate change as "the world's most fearsome weapon of mass destruction." Jones retorted, "It's not delusional to focus on climate disruption. Show More Summary
Former Speaker Newt Gingrich is calling for the resignation of Sec. of State John Kerry after he called global warming the “world’s most fearsome weapon of mass destruction.” It’s as outrageous a statement as I’ve read: Gingrich, aShow More Summary
When John Kerry compared the threat of climate change to that of weapons of mass destruction, CNN's Newt Gingrich called on the "delusional" secretary of state to resign. But, as his Crossfire co-host Van Jones demonstrated Wednesday, Gingrich was not always such a climate skeptic.
TVNewser: Newt Gingrich would rather Wolf Blitzer be stark raving mad all the time, rather than just some of the time. 10,000 Words: Journalists just want police to leave their drones alone. Is that too much to ask? GalleyCat: Bret Easton...Show More Summary
CNN co-host and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is calling for Secretary of State John Kerry's resignation for comparing climate change to a "weapon of mass destruction." However, media coverage of Gingrich's call has largely left...Show More Summary
Appearing on “The Situation Room” with Wolf Blitzer last night, Crossfire co-host Newt Gingrich criticized Blitzer for “selective media outrage” over rock star Ted Nugent calling President Obama a “subhuman mongrel.” “I’ve always loved...Show More Summary
The host of CNN’s Crossfire, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, took a swipe at the “remarkably selective” outrage on his own network over rock star Ted Nugent’s offensive comments about President Barack Obama.