Advocating on Behalf of the American Military and Defense on the War on Terror

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WASHINGTON -- Just two weeks before the crucial presidential Iowa caucuses, Newt Gingrich, the Republican presidential front-runner, found himself again mired by questions about his ties to Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae after federal regulators sued six former executives of the two beleaguered lending giants over charges of securities fraud. The charges came the morning after rivals hammered the former House speaker for his ties to Freddie Mac, the federally backed loan company that, along with Fannie Mae, some conservatives have been blamed for deepening the country’s housing bust. Gingrich has insisted that he was never a lobbyist