Gingrich


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Ging•rich

(ˈgɪŋ grɪtʃ)
n.
Newt(on), born 1943, U.S. politician: Republican Speaker of the House 1995–98.
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Download Callista Gingrich set to be named ambassador to the Vatican NNA - Callista Gingrich, the wife of former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, is the preferred nominee to be the next ambassador to the Vatican.
In the midst of a book tour, former speaker of the House and 2012 presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich sat down with the "Today" show Matt Lauer to discuss his thoughts on the resignation of David Petraeus, the recent election, and the impending "fiscal cliff.
Washington, Nov 2 ( ANI ): Supporters of former US Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich have reportedly received an errant email saying President Barack Obama would no doubt win in 2012.
Synopsis: Newt Gingrich supporters are as likely to list Mitt Romney (40%) as Rick Santorum (39%) as their second choice, indicating national GOP nomination preferences would change little if Gingrich dropped out.
Florida: Newt Gingrich put a positive spin on his crushing defeat Tuesday in the Florida Republican primary, vowing to use "people power" to beat wealthy rival Mitt Romney for the party s presidential nod.
It's important to understand that the enticing prospect of anointing an outsider surely played some roll in Sheldon and Miriam Adelson's decision to very publicly donate $10 million to a pro-Newt Gingrich Super PAC this month, thereby almost single-handedly materially and politically keeping Gingrich in the race for the Republican nomination.
Presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich says he would be willing to support a Muslim for president--but only if that Muslim first repudiated Sharia law.
In the most memorable exchange, Gingrich turned an ex-wife's embarrassing allegation to his political advantage.
Summary: When discussing his amazingness, Newt Gingrich sometimes exaggerates, as when, discussing Bosnia and Washington D.
As Tea Party supporters cast about for an alternative to the flip-flopping Mitt Romney and his long history of political liberalism, an increasing number are turning their eyes back to a face from the political past: former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.
Gingrich downright reject centuries of history and an important cultural legacy, on the same day that we mourned the loss of a young Palestinian peacefully protesting the military occupation of his land, Mr.
cable television channel, Gingrich departed from official American policy which supports the creation of a Palestinian state alongside Israel.