February 6, 2018


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Today's Commentary: We know who conspired -- Stock tumbles amid super-strong economy -- Watch what you say? -- Hilarious and scary -- Moronkind -- "Campaign contributions" -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries


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President Trump tweeted over the weekend that the economy is booming, wages are going up, Americans are getting bonuses and jobs are being created like crazy, but all the media want to talk about is “Russia, Russia, Russia” – and you can carp that his tweets aren’t “presidential,” but please don’t argue that he got that one wrong.

Despite a year and 10 million tax dollars’ worth of hunting, we’ve still seen no evidence that Russia and the Trump campaign somehow colluded to steal the election. The investigation that set out to find the evidence is now rumored to be focusing instead on “obstruction” – that is, jailing people for allegedly getting in the way of their investigation of nothing.

The investigation has, however, revealed some shocking collusion, but not by Trump’s campaign.


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Stock tumbles amid super-strong economy

By Mike Huckabee

After zooming to stunning, historic heights in recent months, the stock market is experiencing a major sell-off right now, closing Monday just over 1,100 points down. At one point during the afternoon, it was down almost 1,600 points. Ironically, one contributing factor is better-than-expected economic news with rising wages, which is spooking some economists to fear the dreaded inflation and creeping interest rates. The same scenario is occurring worldwide.

A loss of a thousand-plus sounds dramatic but, percentage-wise, is much smaller than it used to be. I’m no financial advisor and shouldn’t be thought of as such, but it takes no genius to realize that a strategy of “buy high, sell low” is no way to corner the market on anything but stupidity. The market has skyrocketed over the past year, so a correction was inevitable. Long-term investors, keep in mind: as long as you don’t sell, the loss is just on paper, and the business climate is still sensational. In situations like this, advisors typically say to take your blood pressure meds and hang on for the ride.


Watch what you say?

By Mike Huckabee released a list of phrases to avoid because they might show your age. Some examples: fuddy-duddy, wet blanket, long-distance call, Rolodex, and Dear John Letter. They also advise against quoting from TV shows such as “Colombo” or “The Waltons.” They even think the term “web surfing” will make you sound old to the current generation.

Well, I say “23 skidoo” to that kind of thinking. Such phrases make your vocabulary richer, and if your audience has to look up a reference, then that’s what the public library is for. Burning some midnight oil might turn them into regular Einsteins. So to’s scolds, I say, “Say goodnight, Gracie.”


Hilarious and scary

By Mike Huckabee

Last week, a man-on-the-street interview showed that college students thought President Trump’s State of the Union Address was offensive and racist – several days before he actually gave it. Now that he has given the speech (it was in all the papers), they had a shot at a make-up test. An interviewer from Campus Reform asked students to respond to direct quotes from the SOTU speech. No shock: they declared the quotes to be stupid, outrageous, offensive and uninformed. Then they found out they were actually quotes from Obama’s SOTU speeches.


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By Mike Huckabee

How to Win Friends and Influence People: A woman at a townhall by Canada’s uber-liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau asked him about easing government regulations on volunteering for religious organizations because that work helps mankind. His response: he corrected her, telling her she should say “peoplekind” because it’s more inclusive.

Sounds like Canada has stricter standards for who can volunteer for religious organizations than they do for who can be Prime Minister.


"Campaign contributions"

By Mike Huckabee

A Texas judge accused of accepting a bribe from an undercover FBI agent reportedly tried a creative excuse to cover his tracks. Agents believe he caught on that it was a trap and texted the agent that there must have been a mistake, his “campaign contribution” needed to be in the form of a check. Authorities don’t buy that he didn’t realize it wasn’t a check, since he allegedly accepted the bribe in the form of a bulging envelope stuffed with $5500 cash in small bills.

Or maybe he was just trying the favorite excuse of Washington politicians: it isn’t a bribe as long you call it a “campaign contribution.”


Additional Commentaries

This should enrage every American

Our Democrat friends have been unfairly judged

Scandinavian medical morality

The Memo

Nancy Pelosi's response

Home-cooking by the Deep State?

Mort Walker RIP

Air BnB BS

The State of the Union

Dr. Carson's new initiative

President Trump is taking flak over compromise

Trump wants to speak with Mueller ASAP

Stop the presses! Trump...DIDN'T fire Mueller

More texting and another reason why "the fix was in"

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