Newt Gingrich

Every Vote Matters

Perhaps the most historic example of how wrong polls can be was the election of President Harry S. Truman in 1948.

Biden Corruption and the Thursday Debate

We have a scandal involving Vice President Joe Biden, his brothers and his son dealing with China, Russia, Ukraine, Romania, Kazakhstan, Oman and possibly other foreign influence buyers.

Americans Deserve a Better Debate

Last night's first presidential debate was a major disappointment—no matter who you are for. It justifies asking how we can approach the next three debates from a totally different perspective.

President Trump Makes History Again

In President Trump's first term, the White House has moved the federal judiciary away from three generations of liberal bias toward a constitutionally focused, strict-construction consensus.

The 2020 Sleeper Issue

Republicans should unify behind one approach with the potential to be decisive for anyone who isn't a hard partisan. That approach is to promote the right to know health care prices up front—health care price transparency.

President Trump Set the Stage for the Big Choice

As someone who said throughout 2016 that Donald Trump would win, I am confident after these two weeks that if everyone who is for him turns out to vote, the president will win by an amazing margin.

President Trump's Contract with America

For years, people have praised the original 1994 Contract with America, which led to the Republicans winning control of the House for the first time in 40 years. Now this president has his own version.