December 20, 2017


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Today's Commentary:  No Armageddon yet -- Haley holds the line -- WannaCry -- Did liberals rush to judgement? -- More Mueller -- Our national security -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries


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Nancy Pelosi likened the Republican tax bill to “Armageddon” not long back. Of course, Democrats treat every Republican proposal as if it were exactly that, but this time she really means it! So if you are one of the few people who still take Nancy Pelosi seriously, you surely expected to see lots of fire and brimstone and the Four Horsemen and assorted other drama to mark its passage. Well, the House has passed it, and things are pretty quiet so far.


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Haley holds the line

By Mike Huckabee

As expected, UN Ambassador Nikki Haley vetoed a UN proposal to roll back the United States’ recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, to prevent heightened violence by Palestinian radicals.  A must-read article for her succinct lesson to our UN critics about how the policy isn’t an embarrassment to the US, the attempt to thwart it is an embarrassment to the UN.  But anyone who would deny the plain truth in a cowardly and ultimately pointless attempt to appease violent radicals deserves to be feel embarrassed. 



By Mike Huckabee

 A reminder that North Korea doesn’t need missiles to be a danger to the world: The White House revealed that after months of investigation, it’s been determined that North Korea was behind the “WannaCry” cyberattack last May that disabled thousands of computers in businesses, hospitals, schools and homes and demanded ransom to unlock them.  A spokesman called it a “cowardly, costly and careless attack,” and said it illustrates the long-overdue need for other nations to stand up against North Korea’s reckless, malicious and increasingly egregious behavior. 

And before any Hollywood celebrities start attacking President Trump for standing up to North Korea, I have four words for them:  “Sony Pictures email hack.” 


Did liberals rush to judgement?

By Mike Huckabee

Some Senate Democrats now say they regret their haste in pressuring Al Franken to resign from the Senate.  Pretty convenient that they were so filled with righteous feminist fervor one week before the Alabama election, when they were trying to mount a moral high horse; and one week after winning that election, they’re slithering out of the saddle.  For the record, I never demanded that Franken resign.  As odious as I think the guy is, I defended his right to due process, even in the face of that gross old photo that emerged.  But I also noted that Franken didn’t resign, he said he “would” resign within the coming weeks, conveniently leaving wiggle room to change his mind if Roy Moore won.  Well, Moore lost, so it looks as if “we were too hasty” will have to suffice in place of “the voters don’t care about sexual harassment” as an excuse if they want to keep him there.   

I doubt that he will stay (there’s already a reliably liberal female replacement named by Minnesota’s Democratic Governor).  But either way, how about if all the other liberals who admit that they rushed to judgement, assumed him guilty and ignored the basic constitutional right to due process admit that they’re unfit for the Senate, too, and resign?


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More Mueller

By Mike Huckabee

The Washington Post quotes sources close to the Mueller investigation as saying that it could go on for another year.  That would jibe with the conventional wisdom for Washington special counsels, which is why it’s usually a bad idea to appoint one: “If you spend many months and millions of taxpayer dollars looking for evidence of wrongdoing and find none, that means you haven’t looked hard enough yet.” 


Our national security

By Mike Huckabee

Monday, President Trump made a major address, formally outlining his national security strategy, which is based on putting “America first.” He classified four basic national interests: protecting the homeland via border control and immigration reform, rejuvenating the US economy, “peace through strength” by rebuilding the U.S. military, and advancing American influence on the global stage.


Additional Commentaries

A tale of two investigations

The Mueller probe hits rough seas

Sex harassment allegations down female Dem candidate

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