All statements involving Newt Gingrich

In a watershed 1958 decision, "the Warren court asserted by itself that the Supreme Court was supreme over the president and the Congress."

Says Freddie Mac, electric co-ops and credit unions are all "government sponsored" enterprises.

Says Newt Gingrich "made an affirmative statement that he would not only support but he would campaign for Republicans who were in support of the barbaric procedure known as partial-birth abortion."

"I never lobbied under any circumstance" for Freddie Mac.

"I balanced the budget for four straight years, paid off $405 billion in debt."

"After the debate that we had last week, PolitiFact came out and said that everything I said was true."

"The Obama administration just issued instructions that terrorism training should not involve any reference to Islam."

"Speaker Gingrich has said that we ought to get rid of our child labor laws."

In New York City, "an entry level janitor gets paid twice as much as an entry level teacher."

Newt Gingrich "has suggested" building "a mirror system in space" could improve the Earth’s habitability.

In 1993, Newt Gingrich "first advocated for the individual mandate in health care. And as recently as May of this year, he was still advocating" for it.

Says IBM leader told Obama that using IBM technology to cut fraud could "pay for" health care reform.

Says the congressional ethics investigation against him was conducted by "a very partisan political committee" in a way that "related more to the politics of the Democratic Party than to ethics."

"I never favored cap and trade."

"The only reason the unemployment rate is going down is because … twice as many people dropped out of the employment pool as the number of jobs were created."

President Barack Obama "has now spent three years proving that he kills jobs in energy, he kills jobs in manufacturing."

Says Newt Gingrich is responsible for the gridlocked politics of Washington.

Newt Gingrich’s immigration plan offers "a new doorway to amnesty."

People can use food stamps "for anything," including "to go to Hawaii," and even millionaires can qualify.

Says Newt Gingrich "has said that we should make the 11 million illegal workers that are in this country legal."

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