Newt Gingrich served as the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives from 1995 to 1999. In 1995, Time magazine selected him as their Person of the Year for his role in leading the Republican Revolution in the House, ending a 40-year Democratic Party majority. A Ph.D. in Modern European History, he is the author of the non-fiction works "To Renew America" and "A Contract with the Earth," among others, as well as a variety of works of historical fiction. He is currently a senior fellow at the conservative think tank American Enterprise Institute—where he focuses on health care, information technology, the military, and politics—and the founder of the Center for Health Transformation. He lives in McLean, Virginia.
The growing link between Wall Street and Washington and the shameless flaunting of taxpayer money by big banks are creating an America so corrupt it can’t even figure out vegetable soup.
Newt Gingrich explains why a Republican strategy that brands itself as the “alternative” and not the “opposition” will be the key to taking both the house in 2010 and the presidency in 2012.
Newt Gingrich explains why Scott Brown's success illustrates the profound anxiety and unrest being provoked by the “Obama-Pelosi-Reid machine.”
As Newt Gingrich explains, the election of Scott Brown is a clear signal that the GOP is no longer “tone deaf” or isolated and is poised to penetrate blue-state strongholds from New England to the Pacific Coast.