Newt's co-author of Shakedown, Pete Earley, shares how he got his start writing books – from spending a year in Leavenworth Prison, to meeting American spies, to being nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for a book about his son.
Newt and Steve Moore discuss the impact the Coronavirus will have on the European Union's economy.
As he broadcasts directly from Rome, Newt gives a first-hand account of the economic and social devastation caused by the spread of Coronavirus or COVID-19 that has resulted in a nation-wide lockdown.
In this Inner Circle podcast plus episode, Newt discusses the logic behind the decision candidates made to quickly drop out of the democratic campaign and endorse Joe Biden before Super Tuesday.
Dr. Daniel L. Haulman recently retired as the supervisory historian from the Air Force Historical Research Agency at Maxwell Air Force Base, after 37 years. Dr. Haulman offers fascinating insights on the Tuskegee Airmen and the role they played...
Newt and guest Harold Holtzer discuss the building of the Lincoln Memorial. They also share their thoughts on the cities removing statues of Civil War figures around the country.
Actor Gary Sinise joins Newt Gingrich for Veterans Day to talk about his journey from self to service. The Gary Sinise Foundation supports veterans, first responders and their families.
Newt sits down with Peter Robinson to discuss what inspired him to write the book "How Reagan Changed my life."
In a podcast extra, Newt discusses the House Democrats' push to impeach President Trump and why impeachment is the wrong term for what is currently happening in our political process.
In a podcast extra, Newt discusses what happened when Speaker Nancy Pelosi declared, “no one is above the law,” her target was President Donald Trump – but she did far more damage to former Vice President Joe Biden.