Gingrich: Picking fights Republicans can win
Conservatives and Republicans have two wonderful, clear, and far better fights than the debt ceiling available in the next couple months: the Continuing Resolution and the Sequester Bill.
States serve as conservative beacon of hope
Despite the spectacle of taxing and spending in Washington, there are real signs of hope in the states.
Gingrich: The challenge confronting Republicans
Reforming the Republican Party so it can create a governing majority is an enormous challenge which includes every element of the party.
Gov. Haley, Sen. Scott and the future of the GOP
As one very senior Democrat commented to me, “This is the smartest thing Republicans have done since the election.”
Gingrich: After the cliff
Republicans need to lift their eyes from the immediate fiscal cliff and design a strategy for coping with, slowing down, and then defeating Obama’s overall effort to create a radically different America.
The smart legislative strategy for Obama’s second term
Instead of being focused on a phony fiscal cliff, Republicans might focus on how they will approach Obama’s second term.
Gingrich: The key ‘R’ word is Republican, not Romney
The focus on Romney as a candidate in campaign 2012 analysis is profoundly misleading for those who want to prepare for future GOP victories.
Gingrich: Boehner needs to claim split mandate
After two years of opposing tax increases, fighting to control spending and investigating waste, corruption and incompetence, House Republicans were rewarded with re-election.
Gingrich: If media is right that Ohio is key, Romney wins
The former speaker visits Ohio, Wisconsin, Florida and Missouri, finding signs that indicate the Romney-Ryan ticket is on the rise, as are local congressional and senate conservatives.
The challenger versus the Commander-in-Chief
The differences between style and substance, between performance and politics have been throwing Obama off balance and allowing Romney to build momentum.