AP - The tax plan by GOP presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich would provide big tax breaks to the rich and blow a huge hole in the federal budget deficit, according to an independent study released Monday.
After a little inspiration from Business Insider, former presidential candidate and ex-House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Georgia) is asking people to visit his website and tell him what zoo animal reminds them of each GOP 2016 hopeful.
GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich is proposing a massive tax cut aimed at the highest-earning American households. Gingrich's plan would add about $1 trillion to the federal deficit in a single year. And while most of the nation's lowest-income families would get no benefit from these tax cuts, the top 0.1 percent (who make an ...
Sam Stein deploys the power of Lexis-Nexis to discover that conservatives “man of ideas” Newt Gingrich has very similar ideas to Mitt Romney and Barack Obama about the desirability of an individual mandate to purchase health insurance:
As I’ve often said, conservative politics in the United States of America has nothing to do with free markets. It has a lot to do with identity politics and it has a lot to do with interest group politics.