Arturo the polar bear, living in a cramped and hot zoo enclosure in Argentina, is the subject of an online campaign that includes, among others, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.
Noted animal enthusiast Newt Gingrich has joined the campaign to transfer a lonely polar bear from Argentina to Canada. The former House Speaker posted a short video to Facebook urging supports to sign a petition on change.org asking...Show More Summary
Former House speaker and Republican candidate for president Newt Gingrich is the latest public figure to use social media and a sad face to advance a good cause. “If you love animals the way I do you’re going to want to sign the petition to save the Argentinian polar bear Arturo,” says Gingrich in a 14-second video posted on his […]
IT’S COME TO THIS: New York Times: Newt Gingrich Was Right About Medicare.
When the Workforce Investment Act was passed in 1998, Bill Clinton was the president, Newt Gingrich was the Speaker ofRead the Rest...
Patrick Buchanan: Republicans should drop the talk of impeachment. For the GOP would gain nothing and risk everything if the people began to take seriously their threats to do to Barack Obama what Newt Gingrich's House did to Bill Clinton.... Show More Summary
On Sunday’s “This Week” on ABC, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich criticized the “hysteria” that is a result of last week’s Hobby Lobby decision from the Supreme Court coming from some quarters of the left. Gingrich pointed out that...Show More Summary
Up there in the thin air of Aspen, Colo., Newt Gingrich propagated a falsehood of American politics. The one about how wealthy people running for elective office “buy” their positions. Would that were true. Yes, thanks to the Supreme Court’s 2010 decision in the Citizens United case, there is too much money sloshing around in politics. […]
The former House speaker loves Dallas Buyers Club, fears Michael Bloomberg, and says Congress needs a total overhaul.
We have, judging by their recent decisions, the most incapable Supreme Court of several generations. We have a Congress gridlocked by nothing more than a half baked political idea from Newt Gingrich that preventing Obama from doing anything at all would be good for the GOP. Show More Summary
Ever since Newt Gingrich consolidated power in 1995, purging any Congressional technical experts who might question his judgment, the GOP has waged war on intelligence in the halls of Congress, leaving an expertise void that has been filled by lobbyists, especially the Heritage Foundation, and an oversight void that hasn't been filled at all. Read the rest
Sen. Lamar Alexander (R., Tenn.) has rolled out endorsements from Newt Gingrich and Mike Huckabee and on Friday his Senate office announced he’ll host a Monday "health-care roundtable" with Sen. Rand Paul (R., Ky.).
In what appears to be the equivalent of a “Hail Mary” in football, CNN’s Crossfire did something unusual this week by placing all four co-hosts (SE Cupp, Newt Gingrich, Van Jones, and Stephanie Cutter) on the program at the same time. CNN called this an “experiment,” but it is an obvious attempt to see if […]
Are there any two celebrities more similar than Hillary Clinton and Kim Kardashian? Of course not, if you ask Newt Gingrich. The former Speaker of the House was on CNN's Crossfire discussing the Former Secretary of State's political prowess as a possible Presidential candidate. Not only does he think it's not up to par with hubby Bill [...]
Former Republican presidential candidate and speaker of the House of Representatives explained why he thinks watching Hillary Clinton campaign is like watching reality television star Kim Kardashian try to dance on CNN's "Crossfire" Wednesday. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton can't dance to save her life, according to Newt Gingrich's metaphor about the former secretary of state. Speaking on CNN's Crossfire Tuesday, Gingrich said Bill Clinton, "is to politics what Fred Astaire is to dancing. Show More Summary
During another host-only edition of CNN's Crossfire Tuesday, Newt Gingrich reached back to 2011 to draw an elaborate analogy between Hillary Clinton and Kim Kardashian.
From the Savannah Morning News’ John McCallum endorses Buddy Carter in congressional race: With 20.5 percent of the votes, McCallum, a businessman and aide to former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, finished third among the crowded field of six candidates in the May 20 primary, just 1,175 votes shy of second-place finisher Bob Johnson. His endorsement […]
Georgia politico and former Newt Gingrich Presidential Campaign Manager Patrick Millsaps has gone Hollywood. Well, Hollywood is going Georgia these days and Millsaps is shifting toward the industry that Georgia’s film tax credit has helped firmly establish here. Show More Summary
In one very important way, presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is more like Newt Gingrich than her husband Bill. Democrats would be wise to consider that before the primaries begin.