Supported by Newt Gingrich and Trent Lott, opposed by Shirley Chisholm and Jerry Brown—the department has a long history of scrambling political alliances.
But Trump's speech last night? 'Energetic and audacious'!
Former Speaker of the House wants to "test" anyone of "Muslim background" and criminalize the internet.
Beware of Newt's nostalgia.
Anatomy of an authoritarian GOP meme, from Newt Gingrich joke to Chris Christie proposal
This Just in: Newt Gingrich, John Bolton, and Richard Perle Disagree With Rand Paul's Foreign Policy!
New York Times asserts that anti-ISIS hawkery 'could imperil' Paul's candidacy.
Says Republicans need a "breakout" plan for future elections
Of confrontations and purges
Former speaker of the house, GOP presidential candidate now a CNN contributor
CNN still stuck in seeing things as left-right
Urging Republicans to stop being a party of opposition
Will be on the show after bumping into the cast at a restaurant in Indiana
Part of his "Right on Crime" campaign
Wants the GOP nominee to give the President the same treatment he received during the primaries
The controversial 2010 Supreme Court ruling is already bringing us more competitive campaigns, funnier ads and greater freedom of speech.