As the trillion-dollar Coronavirus economic stimulus bill makes its way through Congress, it’s important to discuss how the U.S. economy should be supported. Newt’s guests are Steve Moore and Charles Payne.
Newt interviews Dr. Jay Butler, M.D., Deputy Director of Infectious Diseases at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and answers COVID-19 questions on every American’s mind.
The outcome of Super Tuesday was surprising. Former Vice President Joe Biden has emerged as the Democratic front-runner, with Senator Bernie Sanders a close second, leaving a trail of former candidates in their wake. What can we expect next in the Presidential race?
How was George Washington’s upbringing shaped by his mother Mary? A widowed single mother of five children, she was resilient and expected only the best of her first-born son.
The Tuskegee Airmen were the first black pilots in America. They overcame segregation and prejudice to become one of the most highly respected fighter groups of World War II. Newt’s guest is Air Force historian, Daniel Haulman.
The Iowa and New Hampshire results are in and the race for President is underway. With 41 years of political experience, Speaker Gingrich predicts the outcome the Democrats may face. This is the first in a series of episodes about the 2020 Presidential race.
Speaker Gingrich provides his vision for an American conversation we need to have headed into the 2020 election and describes what we can learn from Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s fight against socialism.
75 years ago on Monday, January 27, 1945, Auschwitz was liberated from the Nazis. What can we learn from this horrific time in history and how can we protect against anti-Semitism today.
In 1979, the Shah of Iran was overthrown and Ayatollah Khomeini came to power. 52 Americans were held hostage. To understand the U.S. – Iranian relationship today, our guests discuss the last 40 years of diplomatic relations