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The Republican Vision of America’s Future Not that this is surprising, but that he would say it so openly suggests how brazen the Republican Party has become in eviscerating the nation’s past century of progress. “You say to somebody, you shouldn’t go to work before you’re what, 14, 16 years of age, fine. You’re totally […]

The Sage Speaks

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On July 4, 2011

In the kind of article that makes you wonder if the journalist in question is in on the joke or not, Newt Gingrich has finally uncovered some of the vacation-generated Deep Thoughts that will surely p

IOKIYAR

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On May 11, 2011

My question:  what are the chances you’d see an article like this about John Edwards?   In fairness, it’s not like Newt has an extensive history of being a moralizing blowhard that woul

Newt

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On March 2, 2011
His ability to get the media to pretend that he’s relevant is remarkable. I also plan to use his rhetoric the next time I have a review deadline.  “I intend to consider the possibility of considering to submit my review at some indeterminate point in the future.  Possibly.”  If it’s good enough for this great […]

Gingrich the historian

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On April 20, 2009
I realize that it’s factually true that Newt Gingrich has a doctorate in history and that this peculiar fact illuminates, in a weird way, many of the deeply silly ideas dispensed from the gumball machine that people generally mistake for an actual human head. But we should always remember that Gingrich is an “historian” in […]

Notes from Newt

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On February 28, 2009

I’d like to feel sorry for people on Newt Gingrich’s e-mail list, but I really can’t. A lot of these e-mail messages are deeply wonkish, written in single-sentence paragraphs without

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