Home >> Info On: Newt Gingrich (page 7)

The Latest News about Newt Gingrich

Diane Sawyer Impressed by Iowa Hicks and Their Book-learnin' : Debate Recap

ABC held yet another Republican debate at Drake University in Iowa Saturday.  Diane Sawyer moderated along with George Steph….. oh you know who he is, don’t make me spell the whole thing.  The GOP field is becoming smaller and it seems to make for a much more interesting debate process.  There was arguing, bickering and even a few jokes.  All ...

Read More »

Iowa GOP Debate Recap… Kinda

It has been awhile since I recapped a debate. Mostly because of that pesky drinking rule that came with “9-9-9”, but since it was only invoked two or three times tonight, I am still sober enough to present to my twelve loyal readers a recap of the debate @GaltsGirl style! If you are interested in what people other than myself ...

Read More »

Obama-Crats Had a Real Bad Week

While President Obama continued his absence of leadership in several key battles in Congress this past week, several Democrats faced an onslaught of criminal charges: abuse of power (Blagojevich), calls for impeachment for lying to Congress (Holder), possible future criminal charges for embezzling clients money (Corzine) and the call for immediate ethics charges for her veiled threats of disclosing forbidden ...

Read More »

Newt Gingrich Meets With Conservative Leaders

MANASSAS, Va., Dec. 7, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich took his battle for the Republican presidential nomination directly to 63 of the nation’s most influential conservative leaders during a two-and-a-half hour meeting of uncommitted conservatives hosted by ConservativeHQ.com Chairman Richard Viguerie and Diana Banister of Shirley and Banister Public Affairs. This meeting, conducted at the Key Bridge Marriott in Arlington, Virginia, was ...

Read More »

Senior Politi-Rumble: Pelosi vs Gingrich

Much disgruntled and disgraced ex-Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi (D-SF-mentally challenged seniors zone) made headlines again last week in a statement attempting to threaten/bully/intimidate current front-running GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich. Pelosi, she of the, “We must pass this bill to see what’s in it” example of her linguistic-left-wing-lunacy, came out with the following statements this week in a ...

Read More »

Romney Says No to Trump's Debate

In an interview with Fox News’ Neil Cavuto on Tuesday, Presidential candidate Mitt Romney said that he would not be attending the ION/Newsmax GOP debate being hosted by Donald Trump. The former governor of Massachusetts has not yet commented on his reason for declining to attend. Considering the size of IONs viewership and the holiday scheduling of the debate, viewership ...

Read More »

Big Money Politics, Unions, and the Billionaires Club

The GOP presidential candidates are doggedly pursuing the chance to take on incumbent Democrat Barack Hussein Obama. Some candidates are running grassroots campaigns that rely on small campaign donations from millions of everyday working folks while others are supported by the billionaire’s club. With the creation of all-powerful super-PACS, ( political action committees)  direct campaign donations are limited to $5000.00 for each individual, but the billionaires club ...

Read More »

Herman Cain reportedly to endorse Newt on Monday

Herman Cain suspended his presidential campaign on Saturday ending it with a promise to endorse one of the other candidates – on Monday, he might. Herman Cain is reportedly going to endorse former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, although campaign staff have not confirmed the report. On Monday, Cain spokesman J.D. Gordon half-heartedly refuted the rumor saying, “I’d ask them where ...

Read More »

Why do we hate our candidates so much?

When it comes time for the general elections, we’ll all be moping about and complaining that we only have a choice between the lesser of two evils. Why? It could be that we focus a large portion of our efforts during the primaries bashing every candidate but the one for which we intend to vote. Gingrich is too much of ...

Read More »

Newt Gingrich's Poor Leadership

This morning on FOX News Sunday, Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK) said he won’t support Newt Gingrich for President: I’m not inclined to be a supporter of Newt Gingrich’s having served under him for four years and experienced personally his leadership (…) I found it lacking often times.” Coburn isn’t alone: As of November 25th, Gingrich hadn’t garnered endorsement from a ...

Read More »

Herman Cain "Pulls A Palin"

Herman Cain has decided to “suspend” (read: “end”) his Presidential campaign. He has also announced the launch of a new website to continue advertising the solutions he’s been messaging during his campaign. I’m not exactly clear on what the solutions have been, aside from his 999 tax plan and his less-than-stellar position on gun ownership, but he’s adamant about continuing to spread them, whatever ...

Read More »

Just what the heck is Mitt Romney's strategy

His face is on all the big magazine covers, but he won’t do profile interviews, went negative against the current GOP field leader and won’t accept a face-to-face debate with the one man between him and the White House. What is Mitt Romney’s campaign strategy? This weekend, Mitt’s mug will grace the coveres of  Time, The New York Times Magazine ...

Read More »

Newt Gingrich's "Growth" Plan: It's About Welfare

I think it’s about time we take a good look at Newt Gingrich’s plan to reform welfare entitlements through “promoting growth and innovation”, detailed in this 48-page white paper. First and foremost: Gingrich (or his writers) use very idyllic language which sounds very plausible. It’s the same sort of language Gingrich employs in debates with great success. I ask the ...

Read More »

New Ron Paul Video Blasts Newt Gingrich

Congressman Paul’s latest campaign video focuses on Speaker Gingrich. It touches specifically on the former speakers recently revealed ties with Freddie Mac, his appearance with Congresswoman Pelosi supporting action against climate change, and his supporting the individual health insurance mandate.

Read More »
echo 'Sponsored Content'; echo '
';
Sign up for our Newsletter

* indicates required field




Email Format


Subscribe!