Yesterday I issued a heartfelt and personal statement about the passing of President Nelson Mandela. I said that his family and his country would be in my prayers and Callista’s prayers.
I was surprised by the hostility and vehemence of some of the people who reacted to me saying a kind word about a unique historic figure.Read More
If you’re a history-loving pachyderm, you’re bound to be a frequent visitor at Colonial Williamsburg. And Ellis the Elephant, a creation of children’s book author Callista Gingrich, will be back for a book-signing on Saturday in Merchants Square.Read More
President Nelson Mandela was one of the greatest leaders of our lifetime.
He emerged from 27 long years in prison with a wisdom, a compassion, and a commitment to helping other people that was astonishing. His life was a triumph of the human spirit.Read More
Obamacare’s failing website has dominated the news since its catastrophic launch more than two months ago, at least until the administration’s declaration on Sunday that it is finally “fixed.” It’s not, of course. The site still only works for 80 percent of users and apparently it is full of security problems.Read More
The Basilica Choir and CU Chorus/Orch present a Christmas Concert at 7:30 pm at the Basilica. http://t.co/DLFCgqt14e
Looking forward to being in Williamsburg tomorrow for a book signing at Barnes & Noble. http://t.co/TKnWLbyR40
RT @newtgingrich: (2/2) and an historic leader worth studying for as long as people want to learn about greatness in serving others. http:/…