September 10, 2018


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Today's Commentary --- TIME TO STOP THIS: no evidence, no crime, NO SPECIAL COUNSEL -- Hurricane Florence -- Obama hits the campaign trail -- Layoffs at record lows -- RIP Bill Daily -- Closing out the PLO -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse


Though I’m very grateful to readers who take time to offer their thoughts about my commentaries on the “deep state” (and, yes, that element is there), it’s always somewhat disheartening to go through them. That’s because I share your frustration about the lack of a unified system of justice, and it’s hard not to be overtaken by cynicism when it seems nothing is ever going to be done to mend it.

But as the details of the scheme to exonerate Hillary and manufacture an investigation into Donald Trump grow clearer with each passing day, one can’t help but hold out hope that “the truth will out.” Legal expert Andrew C. McCarthy has a new piece in NATIONAL REVIEW that just lays it all on the table. He acknowledges that if there had been evidence that Trump himself had anything to do with Russian interference in the 2016 election, an investigation into that would have been essential, even if it compromised his time in office. But he goes on to make the point that we have never been told this is the case, let alone been shown the evidence itself.



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Hurricane Florence

By Mike Huckabee

If you live on the East Coast, it’s not too early to prepare for Hurricane Florence. Don’t wait until the last minute to brace your home or go to the store when there’s nothing left on the shelves. If you’re advised to evacuate, do it: don’t try to “ride it out,” and for Heaven’s sake, don’t leave any animals behind to ride it out! And if you take precautions and brace for the worst, and the storm takes a turn and doesn’t hit you, don’t complain about the wasted time and effort, or the unreliable weather forecasters. Just thank God for answering prayers.


Obama hits the campaign trail

By Mike Huckabee

As Barack Obama hits the campaign trial to try to sell Americans on returning to his failed leftist snake oil, I hope it will cause voters to tune out the constant anti-Trump propaganda and remember just how truly lousy liberal policies are. One hopeful sign is that even in California, Obama’s first campaign appearance at Anaheim Convention Center drew a meager 750 people, or one-tenth capacity of the venue. And that crowd estimate came from the George Soros-funded Think Progress, so for all we know, those might have all been MSNBC reporters.


Layoffs at record lows

By Mike Huckabee

A great benefit for workers of the hot economy and low unemployment (initial jobless claims haven’t been this low since 1969) is that layoffs are at record lows because employers are desperate to keep good workers and to hire new ones. When you have ten employers competing for one worker instead of ten workers competing for one job, the worker is in the catbird seat.

For liberals who claim that conservative policies that boost business don’t help the workers, which would you rather have: ten employers fighting for your services or a slightly larger unemployment check?


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RIP Bill Daily

By Mike Huckabee

I always hate to have to report the death of one of those familiar TV character actors we all grew up watching. On the other hand, many of them gave us countless hours of enjoyment without ever breaking through to the perks of big stardom, and I like being able to call attention to their contributions and let them take a final bow. So on that note, let’s all say a final “Thanks for the memories” to comic actor Bill Daily, who passed away last week in his longtime home of Santa Fe, New Mexico, at 91.

You might not recognize his name, but if I told you he was Larry Hagman and Barbara Eden’s best friend, “Major Healey,” on “I Dream of Jeannie,” I bet you’d instantly recall his face and voice and comic timing. Or if I told you he was Bob’s neighbor, the befuddled airline pilot Howard Borden, on “The Bob Newhart Show.” Or if you turned on a rerun of “ALF,” “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” “Love American Style” or countless other shows, you’d be likely to see him pop up and make you laugh.

You’ll be glad to know that his colleagues remember him as being as likable off-screen as on. Bob Newhart called him “one of the most positive people I ever knew.” And his son said, “He loved every sunset, he loved every meal — he just decided to be happy about everything.” And he made a lot of other people happy, too. There are some performers who reach the highest stardom but who never achieve as great an honor as being remembered that way.



Closing out the PLO

By Mike Huckabee

The Wall Street Journal reports that the Trump Administration is expected to announce today that it will close the Palestinian Liberation Organization’s office in Washington. Of course, the PLO described this as a “reckless escalation” of tensions and the US doing the bidding of Israel.

Personally, I’d question why we ever allowed a terrorist-supporting organization to have an office in our nation’s capital. Naturally, the PLO insists that the groups it supports – Hamas and the PLFP (the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine) – aren’t terrorists, they’re “Palestinian political parties.” For the record, both the US State Department and the EU have Hamas and the PLFP on their lists of officially-designated terrorist organizations. The PLO itself may not be designated as a terrorist group, but it supports recognized terrorist groups and actually devotes a portion of its budget to a “martyrs’ fund” that gives direct support payments to the families of people who launch suicide attacks on Israeli citizens.

This has been said many times before, but it always bears repeating in the face of the never-ending flow of pro-PLO propaganda: for all the denunciations of Israel for not doing enough for the “peace process,” the simple fact is that if the Palestinians put down their weapons and stopped trying to kill Israelis, there would be peace tomorrow. But if the Israels put down their weapons, they’d all be dead tomorrow.


Evening Edition - September 8

By Mike Huckabee

A wrap-up of all the news you might have missed yesterday!


Daily Verse

"Fear thou not; for I am with thee: 
be not dismayed; for I am thy God: 
I will strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee; 
yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness."

- Isaiah 41:10

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  • Catherine Jones

    09/10/2018 11:13 AM

    Few comments Governor
    Yes PLO needs to get out of US. They stand for everything we fight to keep out of our Country. Why are they even here?
    I was abhorred at Serena Williams language and lack of professionalism! Definitely a blow to women being respected!
    I am in constant prayer for the liberals to leave our President alone so he can continue to try and regain our Country to what our Founders wanted for us and more so , having God in our Country. When you try and take God out of every area of our lives, it can only spell disaster! The liberals obviously don’t care, and if they continue they will reap the consequences. Thank you so much for your thoughts and continued fight for our President, and especially for prayer for our Country! ??????

  • Gladys Hizer

    09/10/2018 11:00 AM

    Bible verse brought tears today. I needed it. Sometimes your verses are too theological for me but perhaps only because they are unfamiliar. I read your newsletters twice a day and watch your TV show Saturday evenings. I tried to pass this on to a church member who said she didn't like you or your daughter and that Trump lies about everything! I asked her to tell me specific instances for all of you that she mentioned and she couldn't give me an answer. I guess I have to pray for her.