Newt Gingrich won the Republican Congressional majority on November 8, 1994. No individual deserves more credit for the historic achievement.
He should stay retired from public office.
Gingrich is responsible for beginning the long, slow fall of his majority.
He gave up the fight against spending and big government.
He carried on publicly while professing fidelity and morality, which gave the left a joyful opportunity to condemn his hypocrisy.
He "melts" around the Clintons. Apparently, he's still melting, which The Hill reports today.