Some of the politics surrounding Newt Gingrich's address to evangelical Liberty University today.
After his speech, Gingrich was scheduled to meet with some of the most influential Christian conservatives in the country at Liberty, including Tom Minnery, executive vice president of Focus on the Family, Craig Parshall, executive vice president of the National Religious Broadcasters and Jim Garlow, who led pastors in support of California's gay marriage ban in 2008.
Gingrich approached the school with the idea for his visit, according to Brett O'Donnell, a media representative for Liberty.
As for the substance of his remarks, they weren't anything we haven't heard from Newt.
"Imagine a small secular political elite imposing its radical values on a massive majority of worshippers," he said in a passage describing Poland under communism, according to remarks distributed by his spokesman. "You can see how strange Poland was - or maybe you can see how relevant this story is to America today."