Newt’s World Podcast

Join professor, historian, futurist and former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich as he shares his lifetime of knowledge and access to the world’s most interesting minds in a dynamic, multi-weekly podcast that covers all aspects of our society.

Latest Episodes:

Newt’s World – Episode 55: The Republican Challenge in 2020

By Newt Gingrich | February 2, 2020

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.

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Newt’s World – Episode 54: The 75th Anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz and Anti-Semitism Today

By Newt Gingrich | January 26, 2020

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.

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Newt’s World – Episode 53: How It Happened – The Iranian Revolution

By Newt Gingrich | January 19, 2020

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

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Newt’s World – Episode 52: The Deadliest Terrorists

By Newt Gingrich | January 12, 2020

The opioid crisis is not only about drug addiction and life expectancy, it’s also about our national security. Newt’s guests are Missy and Michael Owen from the Davis Direction Foundation and journalist Sara Carter.

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Newt’s World – Episode 51: An End to Aging?

By Newt Gingrich | January 5, 2020

Incredible new breakthroughs in research reveal that we can slow down, or even reverse aging. Newt’s guests are Dr. David Sinclair, author of Lifespan: Why We Age – and Why We Don’t Have To, and Dr. Nir Barzilai from the National Institutes of Health.

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Newt’s World – Episode 50: 5 Things to Watch in 2020

By Newt Gingrich | December 29, 2019

The U.S. Presidential race and election, Brexit, North Korea, and more. Newt discusses the five most important things to watch in 2020.

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Newt’s World – Episode 49: George Washington and America’s Christmas Miracle

By Newt Gingrich | December 22, 2019

On Christmas Day 1776, General George Washington crossed the icy Delaware River and led his army to victory at Trenton. It would become a turning point in the Revolutionary War and change America’s destiny in the fight for freedom.

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Newt’s World – Episode 48: The Lies About the Clinton Impeachment

By Newt Gingrich | December 15, 2019

Speaker Gingrich reflects on his experience on the impeachment of President Clinton, and how the process in 1998 was vastly different than what is happening today.

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Newt’s World – Episode 47: Surprise Attacks

By Newt Gingrich | December 8, 2019

From Pearl Harbor to 9/11, what surprise attacks on the United States can teach us about intelligence gathering and disseminating information to key decision-makers. Newt is joined by guests: Steve Twomey and Erik Dahl.

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Newt’s World – Episode 46: The Plot Against the President

By Newt Gingrich | December 1, 2019

Newt is joined by veteran reporter Lee Smith, who tells the incredible story of Congressman Nunes and his hunt for the truth behind the origins of the Mueller investigation and the Deep State’s plot to take down a sitting president.

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Newt’s World – Episode 45: Thanksgiving – Carving an American Tradition

By Newt Gingrich | November 24, 2019

From the Pilgrim’s first Thanksgiving in 1621 to the modern-day. Newt explores the history of our uniquely American tradition, with guest Melanie Kirkpatrick.

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Newt’s World – Episode 44: How It Happened – The Gettysburg Address

By Newt Gingrich | November 17, 2019

President Abraham Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address on the afternoon of November 19, 1863, during the Civil War. It would become one of the greatest speeches in American history.

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