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By Daniel Woolsey During the Florida primary coverage last night on MSNBC, Rev. Al Sharpton and Rick Tyler, a strategist for the Gingrich-backing super-PAC, Winning Our Future, entered into a heated exchange that covered topics from food stamps to black role models to the president singing. SEE ALSO:Is It Over Gingrich? Check out the video […]
By Donovan X. Ramsey J.C. Watts, once perhaps the most famous black Republican in the country, has returned to politics in a surprising role: one of the most prominent supporters of former House Speaker Newt Gingrich. SEE ALSO: Obama Defends Drone Strikes The former football star and Oklahoma representative, who retired from Congress in 2002, […]
In 2007, Former House speaker and current GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich described bilingual education as teaching “the language of living in a ghetto,” and he mocked requirements that ballots be printed in multiple languages. “The government should quit mandating that various documents be printed in any one of 700 languages depending on who randomly […]
By Joy-Ann Reid Newt Gingrich, the former House speaker and now front-running Republican presidential candidate, has made calling Barack Obama the “food stamp president” his calling card. But Republicans, Gingrich included, have had a strong hand in the expansion of food stamp use. SEE ALSO: Roots, Then And Now Gingrich claims (falsely, it turns out) […]