Newt Gingrich

We’re a nation of believers

There is such a conflict going on regarding different candidates acknowledging that they are Christians. I believe that the First Amendment of our Constitution is very clear regard ...

Get beyond party bias

With the GOP debate going on, it has made me realize a lot of things about politics. It seems as if both Newt (Gingrich) and (Mitt) Romney aren’t telling us what they have to off ...

Gingrich not good enough

In answer to your question (Would you vote for Newt Gingrich? Call to readers, Jan. 30), my response is a resounding no! I could never vote for a man who lies repeatedly. He was re ...

Newt follows own manual

Gridlock in Washington, in Congress, did not just happen one day. Newt Gingrich is the single biggest factor in destroying a Washington culture where the two parties had differing ...

Another View: McClintock talks election, waste, payroll tax

Congressman Tom McClintock (R-Elk Grove) stopped by the Journal office on a recent visit to his district. The following is McClintock’s responses to questions about the 2012 pres ...

These two just want to win

Time grows short until the Iowa caucus, Jan. 3, holidays and all. So I have to wing it on this one. Newt Gingrich leads Mitt Romney in the Iowa polls, but no big deal. The conserva ...

Another View: Gingrich’s candidacy sickens, but comes as no surprise

Newt Gingrich is the Jimmy Swaggart of American politics: a confidence man so transparent as to test the faith even of True Believers. Paradoxically, that’s precisely why the dis ...

GOP literate, knows history

It is my privilege to correct Charles Wallen (Reader Input, Nov. 18, “GOP has turned anti-intellectual.”) “W” was an avid reader, contrary to what Wallen says. He and Condi ...

Obama’s planned retreat from Iraq will humiliate U.S. soldiers

Sen. Barack Hussein Obama’s planned retreat from Iraq shows how much he wants to humiliate our soldiers who died fighting to defeat terrorism in that land. If Obama is elected, ...