Newt's World

Newt's World

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Join former House Speaker, professor, historian, and futurist Newt Gingrich as he shares his lifetime of knowledge and access to the world’s most interesting minds in a new series that covers all aspects of our society. From history to health, national security to science, Newt offers stories, conversations, and context to uncover new perspectives, knowledge and insight. This podcast isn’t about politics; it’s about exploring the past, present, and future to understand where we’ve been and where we’re going. Welcome to Newt’s World, a podcast for independent thinkers.


Episode 82: How New York Failed Their Citizens – The Spread of COVID-19

How did the Governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, mismanage the spread of COVID-19 and fail to put measures in place to slow the spread of the virus?  Newt’s guest is former New York Lt. Governor, Dr. Betsy McCaughey.
01/06/2033m 6s

Pelosi's Radical Bill - Part 1: Serial Killers

Nancy Pelosi's radical $3 trillion bill has many provisions in it, that if passed, would dramatically change our country. In this episode, Newt discusses the potential release of prisoners who meet certain criteria, many of whom are some of the nation's most dangerous serial killers. Part one of a special podcast series detailing Nancy Pelosi's so called Heroes Act.
30/05/2010m 0s

Episode 81: The Ring of Fire

What can we learn from seismic activity on "The Ring of Fire"? Will a massive earthquake hit the West Coast of the United States? Newt's guest is Harold Tobin, Director of the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network (PNSN).
28/05/2033m 21s

Episode 80: American Crusade: Our Fight to Stay Free

There is a political and cultural fight for America's freedom. Newt's guest is Fox & Friends Weekend co-host Pete Hegseth. Author of the new book, "American Crusade: Our Fight to Stay Free".
24/05/2038m 7s

Episode79: Pelosi’s Radical $3 Trillion Bill

On Friday, May 15th, Speaker Pelosi and the House Democrats passed an 1,815 page bill disguised as another stimulus package. This $3 Trillion dollar bill is full of the left's wish list for America including: sending checks to illegals, mail-in ballots with no ID, release of prisoners and blue state bailouts.
23/05/2039m 31s

Episode 78: China and COVID-19 Part 3 – Holding China Accountable

Part 3 in a 3-part series on China looking at the spread of COVID-19 from Wuhan to the rest of the world. In Part 3 – how can we hold China accountable for lying about the virus? Newt’s guest is Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt.
17/05/2031m 12s

Episode 77: COVID-19 Health Care Breakthroughs – Vaccine Development

Doctors and pharmaceutical companies are working together to develop a COVID-19 vaccine.  Newt talks with Dr. Mark Poznansky, from Massachusetts General Hospital who is currently working with HaloVax, LLC to develop a vaccine.
14/05/2030m 7s

Episode 76: China and COVID-19 Part 2: Tracking the Virus Spread

Part 2 in a 3-part series on China looking at the spread of COVID-19 from Wuhan to the rest of the world.  In Part 2 – what can big data reveal about the spread of COVID-19 around the world?  Newt’s guest is Dr. Kamran Khan.
10/05/2035m 13s

Episode 75: COVID-19 Healthcare Breakthroughs - Clinical Trials Hydroxycholorquine

As doctors and clinicians continue to look for breakthroughs in treatments for COVID-19, could the anti-malarial drug, hydroxycholorquine, prove to be a possible prophylactic? Newt talks with Dr. David Pearce of Sanford Health. Sanford Health is conducting the first controlled hydroxycholoquine clinical trial in the United States.
06/05/2032m 33s

Episode 74: China and COVID-19 Part 1: What Did They Know?

Part 1 in a 3-part series on China looking at the spread of COVID-19 from Wuhan to the rest of the world. In Part 1 – what did China know and when did they know it? Newt’s guest is Rebeccah Heinrichs.
03/05/2036m 23s

Episode 73: Trump Rewrites the Book on Emergencies

President Trump has faced the COVID-19 national emergency unlike any President has faced a crisis in modern American history, by responding to the COVID crisis with deregulation and decentralization. Newt is joined by Christopher DeMuth.
29/04/2030m 24s

Episode 72: Reopening America – What Happens Next?

Newt is joined by Larry Kudlow, Assistant to the President for Economic Policy and Director of the National Economic Council. They discuss what will happen once we defeat the virus and open the American economy again.
26/04/2028m 43s

Episode 71: COVID-19 Health Care Breakthroughs – Home Recovery

At home recovery care is a new model of remote hospital care which is creating positive patient outcomes. How can this new model of at home care help during the spread of COVID-19? Newt is joined by Travis Messina, Co-Founder and CEO of Contessa Home Recovery Care.
24/04/2033m 20s

Episode 70: Insane Executive Orders during COVID-19

State Governors and leaders of local municipalities are trying to slow the spread of COVID-19. But many of these elected officials are using COVID-19 to put orders into place that make absolutely no sense, and some that even oppose our constitutional rights as Americans.
19/04/2027m 6s

Episode 69: COVID-19 Health Care Breakthroughs – Early Interventions

Part 2: In the midst of the Coronavirus health crisis, doctors and scientists are searching for new therapies until there is a vaccine or cure.  Newt interviews Dr. Paul Marik about intravenous ascorbic acid and corticosteroid treatments for critical COVID-19 patients.  Could it help save lives?
18/04/2031m 12s

Episode 68: COVID-19 Health Care Breakthroughs – Convalescent Plasma

In the midst of the Coronavirus health crisis, doctors and scientists are searching for new therapies until there is a vaccine or cure.  Newt interviews Dr. Arturo Casadevall about convalescent plasma treatments for critical COVID-19 patients.  Could it help save lives?
15/04/2027m 15s

Episode 67: The Immortals: Teddy Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. was from an elite New York family. He became a cowboy in the Dakotas and led the Rough Riders to victory. A charismatic politician and lifelong adventurer, he served as 26th President of the United States from 1901-1909.  Part of the Immortals leadership series.
12/04/2038m 56s

Episode 66: Lessons from Asia’s Recovery

Many countries in Asia, closer to the Wuhan, China epicenter, experienced COVID-19 outbreaks before it spread to Europe and the United States.  Now on the road to recovery, what lessons can we learn from them?
10/04/2023m 32s

Episode 65: What Past Recessions and Depressions Teach Us?

What policies do we need to put in place restart the economy in 2020? Newt looks at economic recessions of the past and how we solved them with renowned economist Dr. Arthur Laffer and author James Grant.
08/04/2047m 46s

Episode 64: Cutting Through the Confusion - CARE Grants and Loans Explained

Newt discusses the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and how it benefits small businesses in America. The PPP is part of the new CARES Act, which strives to support small businesses across the United States during the COVID-19 health crisis. His guest is Elaine Parker, President, Job Creators Network Foundation.
04/04/2026m 31s

Episode 63: Shakedown

Newt and his co-author, Pete Earley, discuss their new novel, Shakedown, available now. They reveal the intriguing real-life stories and characters that inspired the novel and the international plots that they pulled from real-life for the storyline.  Purchase now at:
29/03/2033m 23s

Episode 62: Coronavirus’ Economic Impact

As the trillion dollar Coronavirus economic stimulus bill makes its way through Congress, it’s important to discuss how the U.S. economy should be supported.  Newt’s guests are Steve Moore and Charles Payne.
22/03/2039m 12s

Episode 61: Coronavirus - What You Need to Know

Newt interviews Dr. Jay Butler, M.D., Deputy Director of Infectious Diseases at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and answers COVID-19 questions on every American's mind.
15/03/2028m 48s

Episode 60: Election 2020 - Super Tuesday

The outcome of Super Tuesday was surprising. Former Vice President Joe Biden has emerged as the Democratic front-runner, with Senator Bernie Sanders a close second, leaving a trail of former candidates in their wake. What can we expect next in the Presidential race?
08/03/2027m 18s

Episode 59: First Mother – Mary Ball Washington

How was George Washington’s upbringing shaped by his mother Mary? A widowed single mother of five children, she was resilient and expected only the best of her first-born son.
01/03/2028m 47s

Episode 58: Tuskegee Airmen

The Tuskegee Airmen were the first black pilots in America. They overcame segregation and prejudice to become one of the most highly respected fighter groups of World War II.  Newt’s guest is Air Force historian, Daniel Haulman.
23/02/2045m 37s

Episode 57: Election 2020 – The State of the Democratic Race

The Iowa and New Hampshire results are in and the race for President is underway.  With 41 years of political experience, Speaker Gingrich predicts the outcome the Democrats may face.  This is the first in a series of episodes about the 2020 Presidential race.
16/02/2038m 56s

Episode 56: China’s Coronavirus

Is the Coronavirus the next global pandemic or will the disease be eradicated in a short period of time? Newt’s guests, Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Peter Daszak, provide the information you need to know about the Coronavirus crisis.
09/02/2048m 18s

Episode 55: The Republican Challenge in 2020

Speaker Gingrich provides his vision for an American conversation we need to have headed into the 2020 election and describes what we can learn from Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s fight against socialism.
02/02/2040m 14s

Episode 54: The 75th Anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz and Anti-Semitism Today

75 years ago on Monday, January 27, 1945, Auschwitz was liberated from the Nazis. What can we learn from this horrific time in history and how can we protect against anti-Semitism today.
26/01/2029m 30s

Episode 53: How It Happened – The Iranian Revolution

In 1979, the Shah of Iran was overthrown and the Ayatollah Khomeini came to power.  52 Americans were held hostage.  To understand the U.S. – Iranian relationship today, our guests discuss the last 40 years of diplomatic relations
19/01/2058m 55s

Episode 52: The Deadliest Terrorists

The opioid crisis is not only about drug addiction and life expectancy, it's also about our national security. Newt's guests are Missy and Michael Owen from the Davis Direction Foundation and journalist Sara Carter.
12/01/2042m 46s

Episode 51: An End to Aging?

Incredible new breakthroughs in research reveal that we can slow down, or even reverse aging. Newt’s guests are Dr. David Sinclair, author of Lifespan: Why We Age – and Why We Don’t Have To and Dr. Nir Barzilai from National Institutes of Health.
05/01/201h 2m

Episode 50: 5 Things to Watch in 2020

The U.S. Presidential race and election, Brexit, North Korea and more. Newt discusses the five most important things to watch in 2020.
29/12/1934m 19s

Episode 49: George Washington and America’s Christmas Miracle

On Christmas Day 1776, General George Washington crossed the icy Delaware River and led his army to victory at Trenton. It would become a turning point in the Revolutionary War and change America's destiny in the fight for freedom.
22/12/1930m 8s

Episode 48: The Lies About the Clinton Impeachment

Speaker Gingrich reflects on his experience on the impeachment of President Clinton, and how the process in 1998 was vastly different than what is happening today.
15/12/1923m 47s

Episode 47: Surprise Attacks

From Pearl Harbor to 9/11, what surprise attacks on the United States can teach us about intelligence gathering and disseminating information to key decision makers. Newt is joined by guests: Steve Twomey and Erik Dahl.
08/12/1943m 52s

Episode 46: The Plot Against the President

Newt is joined by veteran reporter Lee Smith, who tells the incredible story of Congressman Nunes and his hunt for the truth behind the origins of the Mueller investigation and the Deep State’s plot to take down a sitting president.
01/12/1925m 44s

Episode 45: Thanksgiving - Carving an American Tradition

From the Pilgrim’s first Thanksgiving in 1621 to the modern day. Newt explores the history of our uniquely American tradition, with guest Melanie Kirkpatrick.
24/11/1938m 17s

Episode 44: How It Happened - The Gettysburg Address

President Abraham Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address on the afternoon of November 19, 1863 during the Civil War. It would become one of greatest speeches in American history.
17/11/1952m 25s

Episode 43: Gary Sinise, Grateful American

Actor Gary Sinise joins Newt for Veterans Day to talk about his journey from self to service. The Gary Sinise Foundation supports veterans, first responders and their families.
10/11/1934m 56s

Episode 42: Deadly Mexican Drug Cartels

Journalist Sara Carter joins Newt for a discussion about the danger of Mexican drug cartels and the murder of 9 innocent Americans. This is a Newt's Inner Circle bonus episode. Join today at
08/11/1917m 13s

Episode 41: Mr. Gorbachev, Tear Down this Wall!

On June 12, 1987, President Reagan gave his Berlin Wall speech at the Brandenburg Gate that would bring about the end of the Cold War. President Reagan's speechwriter, Peter M. Robinson, tells the story behind that speech on the 30th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall.
03/11/1950m 58s

Episode 40: China / Russia Strategic Alliance

Since the end of the Cold War, new global alliances and partnerships have formed. The most alarming of which is China’s relationship with Russia and the consequences that this could have for the United States. Part 3 in a new three-part series.
27/10/1946m 18s

Episode 39: China's Authoritarian Rule

What is it like to live in modern day communist China?  How does the Chinese Communist Party impose its control and stifle opposition? Part two in a new three-part series.
20/10/1945m 21s

Episode 38: China’s Con Game

American investors are being conned into investing in Chinese companies traded on U.S. stock exchanges that have misrepresented their values and over-inflated the stock price. Part one in a new three-part series.
13/10/1936m 45s

Episode 37: Newt on the Movies

Newt discusses the movies that shaped his life, from his very early memories as a child going to the movie theater to appreciating the craft of film making. And he describes his favorite films of all time.
06/10/1931m 29s

Episode 36: How It Happened – The Contract with America

25 years ago, Newt led a group of disruptors from the Republican party and created 10 pledges to the country called the Contract with America.  The Republicans took control of the U.S. House of Representatives for the first time in 40 years.  Here is the inside story.
29/09/1936m 19s

Episode 35: America's Secret Cyber War

We are fighting a new war with an indiscernible enemy. This is America’s Secret Cyber War and we’ve been fighting it since the dawn of the internet.
22/09/1935m 24s

Episode 34: Founding Mothers – A Conversation with Cokie Roberts

We’re celebrating the life of one of the Founding Mothers of women in journalism, Cokie Roberts. She was a wife, mother, grandmother, sister, daughter – and also my dear friend who will be missed.
20/09/1947m 17s

Episode 33: Growing Up Gingrich

Newt interviews his daughter, Jackie Gingrich Cushman, about growing up in a political family and her new book, Our Broken America: Why Both Sides Need to Stop Ranting and Start Listening. The book is available for pre-order now, and will be in stores Tuesday, September 17.
15/09/1925m 26s

Episode 32: Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP)

What is an Electromagnetic Pulse?  Could it be a real threat to our civilization? On this episode, we explain EMP with our guests: Dr. Peter Pry and Dr. William Forstchen.
08/09/1934m 11s

Episode 31: A Conversation with Mike Rowe

For Labor Day, Newt talks with Mike Rowe about the importance of work, his new book The Way I Heard It and Rowe's fascinating life.
01/09/1949m 52s

Episode 30: How Foreign Countries Cheat in Global Trade

Newt talks with trade attorney, David Ross and two CEOs of American-owned businesses about subsidies, dumping and trans-shipment - examples of how foreign countries cheat in global trade.
25/08/1935m 32s

Episode 29: To the Moon and Mars – The Future of Space Exploration

The next phase of space travel is to the Moon and Mars. Newt outlines in compelling detail what we, as Americans, need to do to push the boundaries of human exploration forward.
18/08/1939m 32s

Episode 28: DNA and Your Personalized Health Care

Genetic testing has become a multi-billion dollar direct-to-consumer business. But how reliable are these DNA tests? And what can they really tell us about our health?
11/08/1939m 27s

Episode 27: Spies Like Us - Rollie Flynn

All about the men and women who serve our nation in the intelligence service. On this episode, Rollie Flynn, a 30-year veteran of the CIA is featured.
04/08/1933m 50s

Episode 26: The Immortals - Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln led the nation through the Civil War, preserved the union and abolished slavery. As the 16th President of the United States, he served from 1861 until his assassination in April 1865. Part of the Immortals leadership series.
28/07/1947m 40s

Episode 25: Daniel Silva and Russia’s Secret War

Daniel Silva, #1 New York Times best-selling author, joins Newt for a discussion about his latest novel, The New Girl, and the geo-political issues that inspired it.
21/07/1930m 51s

Episode 24: Buzz Aldrin on the Moon 50 Years Later

On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon. On the 50th anniversary, Newt talks with Buzz Aldrin about his life and legacy.
14/07/1933m 57s

Episode 23: Secret Israeli Missions

On September 6, 2007 just after midnight, a Syrian nuclear reactor site was destroyed by a top secret Israeli air strike. Newt’s guest is Yaakov Katz, author of Shadow Strike and current Editor-in-Chief of the Jerusalem Post.
07/07/1932m 39s

Episode 22: Spies Like Us - Charlie Allen

All about the men and women who serve our nation in the intelligence service. On this episode, Charlie Allen, a career CIA veteran who hunted Osama bin Laden is featured.
30/06/1934m 50s

Episode 21: Communist China vs. Hong Kong

One of the most important struggles on the planet is taking place right now between the people of Hong Kong and Communist China. Newt discusses the implications of this major turning point in China and across the world.
23/06/1932m 11s

Episode 20: Founding Fathers

For Father's Day, we're celebrating the Founding Fathers and the birth of our nation. Newt's guest is American historian and Pulitzer Prize winning author, Joseph J. Ellis.
16/06/1952m 14s

Episode 19: Pope John Paul II, President Reagan, and the Fall of Communism

In June 1979, Pope John Paul II visited Poland for 9 days. His influential visit to his homeland began the Solidarity movement. Together with President Ronald Reagan and Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, the three would work to end communism. This is the 40th Anniversary.
09/06/1943m 47s

Episode 18: D-Day and the FDR Prayer

June 6, 2019 is the 75th Anniversary of the World War II, D-Day invasion. Newt revisits D-Day through historical audio and President Roosevelt’s prayer to the nation.
02/06/1941m 15s

Episode 17: Bravery Beyond All - Medal of Honor

For Memorial Day, we honor those who served, fought and died for our country and are recipients of the highest U.S. military decoration, the Congressional Medal of Honor.
26/05/1956m 43s

Episode 16: China – How We Got It Wrong

China is on a mission to expand its global power in the 21st century. Newt and guest Dr. Jonathan Ward discuss the challenges the United States is facing.
19/05/191h 0m

Episode 15: Founding Mothers

For Mother's Day, we're celebrating the Founding Mothers -- the wives, daughters and sisters who raised our nation. Newt's guest is veteran journalist and author, Cokie Roberts.
12/05/1945m 17s

Episode 14: The War at Home

In 2017, 47,000 Americans died of an opioid overdose, including active duty and veterans of the military.  Based on Newt's new book “Collusion", this episode looks at pain management and what can be done to better manage addiction.
05/05/191h 5m

Episode 13: Russia - Death by Poison

Russia is one of the only countries in the world that assassinates their opponents by poison.  Newt and guests explore some of the most nefarious and ruthless Russian murder plots.
28/04/191h 15m

Episode 12: Notre-Dame de Paris

Ken Follett, author of The Pillars of the Earth, joins Newt for a discussion about the history of Notre-Dame de Paris and France's plans to rebuild after the devastating fire on April 15.
22/04/1943m 51s

Episode 11: Cookies With The Pope - Joan Lewis

Journalist Joan Lewis has spent 40 years living and working in Rome. She recounts her life and times working for the Vatican and four Popes.
21/04/1952m 15s

Episode 10: Ripped Off: Hidden Taxes, Higher Prices

Just in time for Tax Day, we reveal the hidden taxes in your daily life and some of the more outrageous taxes that will shock you.
14/04/1924m 33s

Episode 9: The Immortals: Benjamin Franklin

Printer, Philosopher, Scientist, Writer, Politician, Inventor, Postmaster, Soldier, Diplomat, American. This is Ben Franklin. Part of the Immortals Leadership series.
07/04/1954m 35s

Episode 8: How It Happened - Two Koreas

The history of the U.S. and Korea. How did we get here? The story behind the politics of the moment.
31/03/1942m 53s

Episode 7: 5G - The 4th Industrial Revolution - Part 2

In the global race to develop and deploy 5G what are the national security implications that loom over us if the United States doesn't act quickly?
24/03/1927m 57s

Episode 6: 5G - The 4th Industrial Revolution - Part 1

What is 5G and how is it going to impact all of our lives?
17/03/1935m 25s

Episode 5: The Immortals - Julius Caesar

Roman politician, military general and historian who was at the helm of the rise of the Roman Empire and the demise of the Roman Republic. What can we learn from Caesar? Part of the Immortals leadership series.
10/03/1944m 12s

Episode 4: Addiction in America - A Conversation with Patrick Kennedy

Former Congressman Patrick J. Kennedy shares his personal story of addiction, mental illness, and recovery and explores the impact of marijuana legalization in this powerful, candid conversation.
03/03/1938m 45s

Episode 3: Christian Can See

Doctors and researchers pioneering gene therapy are miraculously helping blind people see.
01/03/1942m 56s

Episode 2: The Con Man of Congress

The sweeping portrait of a cover-up, manipulation, and the subversion of justice in the US Congress. The story focuses on Imran Awan, a Pakistani-American information technology worker. From 2004 to 2017, he worked as a shared employee for Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives. In July 2017, he was arrested on bank fraud charges as part of a federal investigation. This story illustrates one of the biggest cover-ups in Congress in many years. It’s the story of a young man, who through his relationships with members of the House, takes advantage of his access to Congressional servers. Some have accused Awan of causing a hack from within the house. Others say, nothing happened. Which side will you believe? Luke Rosiak, Patrick Sowers and Rep. Louie Gohmert (R) - Texas join Newt to provide three different perspectives on the story.
01/03/191h 7m

Episode 1: The Immortals - George Washington

What can we learn from the story of George Washington. Why does he still matter today? Part of the Immortals leadership series.
01/03/191h 5m

Newt's World Trailer 2: What You'll Hear

What you will hear on Newt's World
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Newt's World: Trailer 1 - Cookies

Coming February 17, 2019, a brand new podcast from Newt Gingrich.
01/03/192m 12s
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