January 27, 2022
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Good evening!

Blessings on you and your family, and from all the Huckabee staff! Tonight's stories include:

  • Bible Verse of the Day - 1 TIMOTHY 2:1-2
  • UPDATE/CLARIFICATION
  • Keeping Promises in Virginia
  • Good read
  • Bad Idea
  • The GOP’s Howard Beale?
  • BA.2
  • International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Sincerely,

Mike Huckabee

P.S. To subscribe to the advertisement-free version of the newsletter (delivering the morning and evening editions together in one email), go here.


1. DAILY BIBLE VERSE

This verse is dedicated by Scott C.

1 I urge, then, first of all, that petitions, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for all people 2 for kings and all those in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness.

1 TIMOTHY 2:1-2

If you have a favorite Bible Verse you want to see in one of our newsletters, please email [email protected]


UPDATE/CLARIFICATION: 

Thanks to reader Kelly D. Johnston for pointing out that California would still technically have to have an election for Pelosi's successor in the U.S. House should she retire after re-election --- the House and Senate have different rules about this --- but that Gov. Newsom would likely be able to "engineer" the outcome by endorsing the Democrat candidate of his choice.  Given that Pelosi's district is overwhelmingly blue, he would in effect be appointing her successor.
As Kelly is a former Secretary of the U.S. Senate, we don't mind and, in fact, welcome his nitpicking.  He also corrected what Alan Dershowitz said about Kamala Harris not being able to vote in her own VP confirmation.  According to Kelly, there's no prohibition against Kamala Harris voting and breaking a 50-50 tie to make herself Vice President.  So if he corrects us, too, at least we're in good company!

2. Keeping Promises in Virginia:

New Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin is keeping his promises to the parents who elected him to get racist, anti-American propaganda out of schools, and some school officials are refusing to go quietly. Youngkin has set up a hotline for parents to call and report instances where they think school officials are violating their fundamental rights, their children aren’t being respected, or they’re engaging in divisive practices.

https://www.westernjournal.com/youngkin-sends-teachers-unions-panic-mode-executing-devastating-plan-chaos/

The head of the Virginia Education Association teachers’ union reacted to this empowerment of parents with the following hyperbolic rant:

“Barely two weeks into his administration, [Youngkin] has managed to sow chaos and division throughout the Commonwealth with his unconstitutional executive orders and poorly conceived ‘hotline’ designed to intimidate educators simply trying to do their jobs.”

I think maybe I’ve put my finger on what the problem is. To quote Strother Martin in “Cool Hand Luke,” what we have here is a failure to communicate. The head of the teachers’ union seems to think that violating parents’ rights, disrespecting students and spreading racially divisive political propaganda is a teacher’s job. Gov. Youngkin simply needs to explain what the job of a teacher actually is, since their union leaders have gotten so deep into leftist politics that they’ve forgotten. Maybe a little remedial instruction is in order.


3. Good read:

Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo took it upon himself to answer President Biden’s question, “What do the Republicans stand for?”

https://nypost.com/2022/01/26/president-biden-its-you-not-republicans-whos-bereft-of-ideas/


4. Bad Idea:

Whether in politics or relationships, it’s usually a bad idea to lay down ultimatums like “Either that goes or I do!” People who pull that often find that they’re the ones who end up going, and that’s exactly what happened to rocker Neil Young.

Angry that the streaming service Spotify is carrying Joe Rogan’s super-popular podcast that covers views about COVID that Young doesn’t want aired, he demanded that the service either drop Rogan or remove his music. They probably took one look at each man’s total streams and quickly decided that Neil Young should remember, a streaming service don’t need him around anyhow. And so, they’ve removed his music, as he demanded.

https://www.foxbusiness.com/lifestyle/spotify-remove-neil-young-music-songs-threaten-joe-rogan-covid-vaccine

This story inspired an interesting piece by John Nolte at Breitbart.com on why so many big celebrities (not all, but some, and you could probably name them off the top of your head) are known as anti-establishment rebels, but their thinking is so sympathetic to fascists and big government? They’re always taking to Twitter to furiously demand that someone who said something they don’t agree with be silenced or fired or jailed. I wrote about this just yesterday, wondering why someone who started out in the '60s as a prominent pro-free speech critic of the government now wants to silence anyone who even questions government narratives.

Nolte’s theory: they’re not really anti-establishment rebels, they’re toxic narcissists. He even details some of the ways in which rich, famous, spoiled celebrities who think the world revolves around them are virtually indistinguishable from fascists.

https://www.breitbart.com/entertainment/2022/01/26/nolte-why-neil-young-and-most-celebrities-are-fascists/


5. The GOP’s Howard Beale?:

I’m starting to get the feeling that Republicans are fed up with Democrats accusing them of being racists and white supremacists just for disagreeing with their awful failed policies. Maybe Virginia Delegate Nick Freitas will be the GOP’s Howard Beale and inspire a wave of Republicans to start standing up and saying, “We’re mad as h*** and we’re not going to take being called racists anymore!”

https://redstate.com/nick-arama/2022/01/26/must-watch-va-republican-lights-up-dems-for-calling-gop-racist-and-sexist-n513100

In a related article, I strongly recommend this piece by Mark Judge at American Greatness.

https://amgreatness.com/2022/01/24/journalists-need-to-learn-how-to-lay-bricks/

His prescription for bubble-dwelling “journalists” who only hang out in their elite circles, talking to people who think the exact same way that they do, is for them to have to take some time off once a year to work a job like brick laying. If they actually had to go out into America and do a regular job in a supermarket, factory or construction site, they would learn to respect the people they’re covering. It’s a prescription very similar to what I wrote in my book, “God, Guns, Grits and Gravy,” and it’s more needed now than ever.

They’d also learn that, as I've reminded people many times, most Americans of all races have no use for the professional agitators who gain power and money by trying to divide us into warring camps. Most Americans work and shop and live next door to people of all races and backgrounds, and we get along fine. We’re not at each other’s throats or about to launch a race war against the same co-workers we eat lunch next to while talking about last night’s big game. Most of us have MORE IMPORTANT THINGS TO DO.

Most importantly, making journalists work regular jobs for a couple of months a year would not only open their eyes and broaden their minds, it might allow the staffs of CNN and MSNBC to finally obtain some useful job skills.


6. BA.2

I’m sure you’ll be thrilled to hear that scientists have identified a new Omicron subvariant of COVID that’s been dubbed BA.2.

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/leahbarkoukis/2022/01/27/omicron-subvariant-n2602444

It’s now in about 50 nations, and 100 cases have been identified in the US. Not much is known about it, but according to Danish researchers, it appears to be about 1.5 times more contagious than the original Omicron, but there’s no evidence that it causes more disease. It might just spread the milder, natural immunity-inducing version faster. So if that pans out, it would not be the worst news.

Speaking of that, Dr. Anthony Fauci is now pushing for children as young as six months to begin getting triple doses of COVID vaccines. Since I don’t want to set off any Google alarms that I’m talking about things we’re not allowed to talk about, I’ll just link to this story.

https://redstate.com/alexparker/2022/01/26/fauci-puts-two-year-olds-on-notice-prepare-for-three-doses-of-the-covid-vaccine-n513156

It contains the statistics comparing the relative risks in that age group from COVID and from the vaccines. You can read all the info and make up your own mind. What a gloriously outdated concept!


7. International Holocaust Remembrance Day:

Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, commemorating the 77th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in Poland by the Soviet Army on January 27, 1945.

I have visited Auschwitz multiple times. It was the largest of all the Nazi death camps, and it’s the closest place you can imagine to Hell on Earth. When you stand on that cursed ground where approximately one million of the six million Jews killed in the Holocaust were murdered, you can feel the oppressive weight of the horror, sadness and tragedy in the very air around you.

Recent surveys have shown that a shocking number of young Americans know very little about the Holocaust or even know the name Auschwitz. This is terrifying because we all know that those who cannot remember the past are doomed to repeat it. We’re already starting to see the beginnings of that deadly repetition, with Iran threatening Israel, a shocking rise in anti-Semitic hate crimes, the recent hostage crisis at the Texas synagogue, and even members of our own Congress spewing anti-Semitic rhetoric from the US Capitol.

It is vitally important that all of us, and all future generations, never forget what happened during the Holocaust. It cannot be allowed to slip into the dustbin of "history that schools don’t teach," while political hucksters devalue the terrible truth of it by casually tossing out words like “Nazi” or “Hitler” as cheap, empty insults to their political opponents. Nobody who’s actually been to Auschwitz would ever treat those vile terms so lightly.

On the 75th Holocaust Remembrance Day, I wrote a longer essay on this subject. It’s still online, and I hope you’ll read it.

https://www.westernjournal.com/mike-huckabee-2020-holocaust-remembrance-day-important-ever/

I also hope you will read and share this article from the MyJewishLearning.com website, all about Auschwitz-Birkenau. Yes, it’s disturbing to read. But that’s why it’s so important to know, to remember and to never forget.

https://www.myjewishlearning.com/article/auschwitz-birkenau


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  • Jerry

    01/28/2022 08:05 AM

    The border in Ukraine is a huge distraction for all of the real problems biden has caused in America our border is in worse turmoil than Ukraine inflation is going to get worse this year our law enforcement is under attack with no solution in sight Biden’s Allie’s are turning their backs on biden no solutions in sight for our transportation disaster with small child like leadership in the transportation sector will not improve our homeland security is in peril biden put Obama’s zombies in leadership roles and America is becoming a nation of the walking dead

  • Robert Marshall

    01/28/2022 06:10 AM

    Concerning the whole covid we have another variant issue. they seem to be as much or slightly more contagious each time but less deadly. So the only reason some politicians are demanding everyone get no end of shots is they realize once someone gets even a mild case their natural immunity will be far better than the vaccines can do. So fewer people will be lining up for testing and shots which means their kick backs will get smaller and smaller. I think every member of the government who demands everyone be vaccinated should have to provide a report on just how much money the pharmaceutical industry is writing checks for that support. Just my opinion but members of congress should not be allowed to accept any money from special interest groups, They call it lobbying I call it bribery. and congress should also be held accountable for insider trading which is against the law for the average citizen.

  • Aaron Woien

    01/27/2022 09:02 PM

    Neil Young does not have a heart of gold! This over-the-hill, two hit wonder deserved being cancel cultured. My wife, a Spotify listener, will not miss his mostly lame "music."

  • deb harvey

    01/27/2022 08:24 PM

    governor, do you read 'naturalnews.com' ?
    today's post is about the apocalypse foretold by the prophets
    everything posted is true although the timing may be not yet.
    thanks for any thoughts on this

  • Joseph Orsini

    01/27/2022 08:22 PM

    We see news articles where people bringing ILLEGAL MIGRANTS are arrested by State Police. Can Joe Biden be arrested for his doing the same thing?

  • David Wiley

    01/27/2022 08:12 PM

    If I were to suggest we appoint a white male to the open supreme court position, wouldn't that be racist? How about the president promising to nominate a black female? Racist?

  • James Drury Jr.

    01/27/2022 07:35 PM

    Thanks Mike & Staff!

  • Anne Turner

    01/27/2022 07:06 PM

    I have been reading some novels about the period prior to WWII in Germany. While the main characters are fictional the historical events are based on what really occurred. The whole point of this comment is to see the similarities of what is happening in out country to the techniques used by Hitler. I believe he was a genuinely mentally disturbed person but a great talent when it came to convincing people to follow his ideas. Part of psychology classes in colleges should be dedicated to understanding how dissatisfied people are led to follow evil. Scape goats are necessary, fear is crucial, and intimidation a huge factor. It will not belong, if things keep up like this, that we will have scout like organizations for children forming with neat uniforms and chants charged with policing the communities and reporting on non conformists, breaking church windows, reporting their parents, etc. Right now parents in some school districts should be home schooling their children. There are many on line schools. In my state we have a shortage of teachers at this time. Much of this comes from not wanting to teach the things they are being told to teach. My state has been less inclined to things like CRT but still there are a lot of unsavory things being taught. Why are we introducing young children to all kinds of sexual proclivities. It would be enough to just tell children to treat everyone, even if they are different, with respect and to caution them about predators. It is not necessary to go into detail. Why are we teaching trans to children? Aren’t we supposed to be teaching science? Science tells us your sex is determined by what type of chromosomes you have and the type of organs you have been given.

    Can you imagine what SCOTUS woukd look like if Garland had been confirmed? I shudder to think. How can anyone who has so much as taken one Constitutional law course possible not see Biden’s plan to nominate a black woman to SCOTUS purely based on her race and gender as one of the most racist decisions done the Civil War. And, would you want to be that woman sitting there with esteemed judges, knowing you are there not because of you credentials but because of the color of your skin. I am sure there are many fine .black women lawyers and judges who would be qualified.but would there always be in you mind a lack of self confidence.

  • Paul Kern

    01/27/2022 06:42 PM

    Appreciate the Scripture you printed
    Instead of one day there should be a month dedicated to the Holocaust. I fear those ruling are planning another one. Now calling all conservatives alt- right and the FBI researching Congress members who disagree with the president and his neo- Nazi Dr. Fauci.
    We must continue in fervent prayer or "never again" will most likely happen again

  • Floyd A Unger

    01/27/2022 06:24 PM

    Thank you

News Briefs

Good evening!

Blessings on you and your family, and from all the Huckabee staff! Tonight's stories include:

  • Bible Verse of the Day - 1 TIMOTHY 2:1-2
  • UPDATE/CLARIFICATION
  • Keeping Promises in Virginia
  • Good read
  • Bad Idea
  • The GOP’s Howard Beale?
  • BA.2
  • International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Sincerely,

Mike Huckabee

P.S. To subscribe to the advertisement-free version of the newsletter (delivering the morning and evening editions together in one email), go here.


1. DAILY BIBLE VERSE

This verse is dedicated by Scott C.

1 I urge, then, first of all, that petitions, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for all people 2 for kings and all those in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness.

1 TIMOTHY 2:1-2

If you have a favorite Bible Verse you want to see in one of our newsletters, please email [email protected]


UPDATE/CLARIFICATION: 

Thanks to reader Kelly D. Johnston for pointing out that California would still technically have to have an election for Pelosi's successor in the U.S. House should she retire after re-election --- the House and Senate have different rules about this --- but that Gov. Newsom would likely be able to "engineer" the outcome by endorsing the Democrat candidate of his choice.  Given that Pelosi's district is overwhelmingly blue, he would in effect be appointing her successor.
As Kelly is a former Secretary of the U.S. Senate, we don't mind and, in fact, welcome his nitpicking.  He also corrected what Alan Dershowitz said about Kamala Harris not being able to vote in her own VP confirmation.  According to Kelly, there's no prohibition against Kamala Harris voting and breaking a 50-50 tie to make herself Vice President.  So if he corrects us, too, at least we're in good company!

2. Keeping Promises in Virginia:

New Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin is keeping his promises to the parents who elected him to get racist, anti-American propaganda out of schools, and some school officials are refusing to go quietly. Youngkin has set up a hotline for parents to call and report instances where they think school officials are violating their fundamental rights, their children aren’t being respected, or they’re engaging in divisive practices.

https://www.westernjournal.com/youngkin-sends-teachers-unions-panic-mode-executing-devastating-plan-chaos/

The head of the Virginia Education Association teachers’ union reacted to this empowerment of parents with the following hyperbolic rant:

“Barely two weeks into his administration, [Youngkin] has managed to sow chaos and division throughout the Commonwealth with his unconstitutional executive orders and poorly conceived ‘hotline’ designed to intimidate educators simply trying to do their jobs.”

I think maybe I’ve put my finger on what the problem is. To quote Strother Martin in “Cool Hand Luke,” what we have here is a failure to communicate. The head of the teachers’ union seems to think that violating parents’ rights, disrespecting students and spreading racially divisive political propaganda is a teacher’s job. Gov. Youngkin simply needs to explain what the job of a teacher actually is, since their union leaders have gotten so deep into leftist politics that they’ve forgotten. Maybe a little remedial instruction is in order.


3. Good read:

Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo took it upon himself to answer President Biden’s question, “What do the Republicans stand for?”

https://nypost.com/2022/01/26/president-biden-its-you-not-republicans-whos-bereft-of-ideas/


4. Bad Idea:

Whether in politics or relationships, it’s usually a bad idea to lay down ultimatums like “Either that goes or I do!” People who pull that often find that they’re the ones who end up going, and that’s exactly what happened to rocker Neil Young.

Angry that the streaming service Spotify is carrying Joe Rogan’s super-popular podcast that covers views about COVID that Young doesn’t want aired, he demanded that the service either drop Rogan or remove his music. They probably took one look at each man’s total streams and quickly decided that Neil Young should remember, a streaming service don’t need him around anyhow. And so, they’ve removed his music, as he demanded.

https://www.foxbusiness.com/lifestyle/spotify-remove-neil-young-music-songs-threaten-joe-rogan-covid-vaccine

This story inspired an interesting piece by John Nolte at Breitbart.com on why so many big celebrities (not all, but some, and you could probably name them off the top of your head) are known as anti-establishment rebels, but their thinking is so sympathetic to fascists and big government? They’re always taking to Twitter to furiously demand that someone who said something they don’t agree with be silenced or fired or jailed. I wrote about this just yesterday, wondering why someone who started out in the '60s as a prominent pro-free speech critic of the government now wants to silence anyone who even questions government narratives.

Nolte’s theory: they’re not really anti-establishment rebels, they’re toxic narcissists. He even details some of the ways in which rich, famous, spoiled celebrities who think the world revolves around them are virtually indistinguishable from fascists.

https://www.breitbart.com/entertainment/2022/01/26/nolte-why-neil-young-and-most-celebrities-are-fascists/


5. The GOP’s Howard Beale?:

I’m starting to get the feeling that Republicans are fed up with Democrats accusing them of being racists and white supremacists just for disagreeing with their awful failed policies. Maybe Virginia Delegate Nick Freitas will be the GOP’s Howard Beale and inspire a wave of Republicans to start standing up and saying, “We’re mad as h*** and we’re not going to take being called racists anymore!”

https://redstate.com/nick-arama/2022/01/26/must-watch-va-republican-lights-up-dems-for-calling-gop-racist-and-sexist-n513100

In a related article, I strongly recommend this piece by Mark Judge at American Greatness.

https://amgreatness.com/2022/01/24/journalists-need-to-learn-how-to-lay-bricks/

His prescription for bubble-dwelling “journalists” who only hang out in their elite circles, talking to people who think the exact same way that they do, is for them to have to take some time off once a year to work a job like brick laying. If they actually had to go out into America and do a regular job in a supermarket, factory or construction site, they would learn to respect the people they’re covering. It’s a prescription very similar to what I wrote in my book, “God, Guns, Grits and Gravy,” and it’s more needed now than ever.

They’d also learn that, as I've reminded people many times, most Americans of all races have no use for the professional agitators who gain power and money by trying to divide us into warring camps. Most Americans work and shop and live next door to people of all races and backgrounds, and we get along fine. We’re not at each other’s throats or about to launch a race war against the same co-workers we eat lunch next to while talking about last night’s big game. Most of us have MORE IMPORTANT THINGS TO DO.

Most importantly, making journalists work regular jobs for a couple of months a year would not only open their eyes and broaden their minds, it might allow the staffs of CNN and MSNBC to finally obtain some useful job skills.


6. BA.2

I’m sure you’ll be thrilled to hear that scientists have identified a new Omicron subvariant of COVID that’s been dubbed BA.2.

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/leahbarkoukis/2022/01/27/omicron-subvariant-n2602444

It’s now in about 50 nations, and 100 cases have been identified in the US. Not much is known about it, but according to Danish researchers, it appears to be about 1.5 times more contagious than the original Omicron, but there’s no evidence that it causes more disease. It might just spread the milder, natural immunity-inducing version faster. So if that pans out, it would not be the worst news.

Speaking of that, Dr. Anthony Fauci is now pushing for children as young as six months to begin getting triple doses of COVID vaccines. Since I don’t want to set off any Google alarms that I’m talking about things we’re not allowed to talk about, I’ll just link to this story.

https://redstate.com/alexparker/2022/01/26/fauci-puts-two-year-olds-on-notice-prepare-for-three-doses-of-the-covid-vaccine-n513156

It contains the statistics comparing the relative risks in that age group from COVID and from the vaccines. You can read all the info and make up your own mind. What a gloriously outdated concept!


7. International Holocaust Remembrance Day:

Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, commemorating the 77th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in Poland by the Soviet Army on January 27, 1945.

I have visited Auschwitz multiple times. It was the largest of all the Nazi death camps, and it’s the closest place you can imagine to Hell on Earth. When you stand on that cursed ground where approximately one million of the six million Jews killed in the Holocaust were murdered, you can feel the oppressive weight of the horror, sadness and tragedy in the very air around you.

Recent surveys have shown that a shocking number of young Americans know very little about the Holocaust or even know the name Auschwitz. This is terrifying because we all know that those who cannot remember the past are doomed to repeat it. We’re already starting to see the beginnings of that deadly repetition, with Iran threatening Israel, a shocking rise in anti-Semitic hate crimes, the recent hostage crisis at the Texas synagogue, and even members of our own Congress spewing anti-Semitic rhetoric from the US Capitol.

It is vitally important that all of us, and all future generations, never forget what happened during the Holocaust. It cannot be allowed to slip into the dustbin of "history that schools don’t teach," while political hucksters devalue the terrible truth of it by casually tossing out words like “Nazi” or “Hitler” as cheap, empty insults to their political opponents. Nobody who’s actually been to Auschwitz would ever treat those vile terms so lightly.

On the 75th Holocaust Remembrance Day, I wrote a longer essay on this subject. It’s still online, and I hope you’ll read it.

https://www.westernjournal.com/mike-huckabee-2020-holocaust-remembrance-day-important-ever/

I also hope you will read and share this article from the MyJewishLearning.com website, all about Auschwitz-Birkenau. Yes, it’s disturbing to read. But that’s why it’s so important to know, to remember and to never forget.

https://www.myjewishlearning.com/article/auschwitz-birkenau


8. I Just Wanted To Say:

Thank you for reading the Evening Edition.

For more news of my news coverage, visit my website here.


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Comments 11-20 of 20

  • Jerry

    01/28/2022 08:05 AM

    The border in Ukraine is a huge distraction for all of the real problems biden has caused in America our border is in worse turmoil than Ukraine inflation is going to get worse this year our law enforcement is under attack with no solution in sight Biden’s Allie’s are turning their backs on biden no solutions in sight for our transportation disaster with small child like leadership in the transportation sector will not improve our homeland security is in peril biden put Obama’s zombies in leadership roles and America is becoming a nation of the walking dead

  • Robert Marshall

    01/28/2022 06:10 AM

    Concerning the whole covid we have another variant issue. they seem to be as much or slightly more contagious each time but less deadly. So the only reason some politicians are demanding everyone get no end of shots is they realize once someone gets even a mild case their natural immunity will be far better than the vaccines can do. So fewer people will be lining up for testing and shots which means their kick backs will get smaller and smaller. I think every member of the government who demands everyone be vaccinated should have to provide a report on just how much money the pharmaceutical industry is writing checks for that support. Just my opinion but members of congress should not be allowed to accept any money from special interest groups, They call it lobbying I call it bribery. and congress should also be held accountable for insider trading which is against the law for the average citizen.

  • Aaron Woien

    01/27/2022 09:02 PM

    Neil Young does not have a heart of gold! This over-the-hill, two hit wonder deserved being cancel cultured. My wife, a Spotify listener, will not miss his mostly lame "music."

  • deb harvey

    01/27/2022 08:24 PM

    governor, do you read 'naturalnews.com' ?
    today's post is about the apocalypse foretold by the prophets
    everything posted is true although the timing may be not yet.
    thanks for any thoughts on this

  • Joseph Orsini

    01/27/2022 08:22 PM

    We see news articles where people bringing ILLEGAL MIGRANTS are arrested by State Police. Can Joe Biden be arrested for his doing the same thing?

  • David Wiley

    01/27/2022 08:12 PM

    If I were to suggest we appoint a white male to the open supreme court position, wouldn't that be racist? How about the president promising to nominate a black female? Racist?

  • James Drury Jr.

    01/27/2022 07:35 PM

    Thanks Mike & Staff!

  • Anne Turner

    01/27/2022 07:06 PM

    I have been reading some novels about the period prior to WWII in Germany. While the main characters are fictional the historical events are based on what really occurred. The whole point of this comment is to see the similarities of what is happening in out country to the techniques used by Hitler. I believe he was a genuinely mentally disturbed person but a great talent when it came to convincing people to follow his ideas. Part of psychology classes in colleges should be dedicated to understanding how dissatisfied people are led to follow evil. Scape goats are necessary, fear is crucial, and intimidation a huge factor. It will not belong, if things keep up like this, that we will have scout like organizations for children forming with neat uniforms and chants charged with policing the communities and reporting on non conformists, breaking church windows, reporting their parents, etc. Right now parents in some school districts should be home schooling their children. There are many on line schools. In my state we have a shortage of teachers at this time. Much of this comes from not wanting to teach the things they are being told to teach. My state has been less inclined to things like CRT but still there are a lot of unsavory things being taught. Why are we introducing young children to all kinds of sexual proclivities. It would be enough to just tell children to treat everyone, even if they are different, with respect and to caution them about predators. It is not necessary to go into detail. Why are we teaching trans to children? Aren’t we supposed to be teaching science? Science tells us your sex is determined by what type of chromosomes you have and the type of organs you have been given.

    Can you imagine what SCOTUS woukd look like if Garland had been confirmed? I shudder to think. How can anyone who has so much as taken one Constitutional law course possible not see Biden’s plan to nominate a black woman to SCOTUS purely based on her race and gender as one of the most racist decisions done the Civil War. And, would you want to be that woman sitting there with esteemed judges, knowing you are there not because of you credentials but because of the color of your skin. I am sure there are many fine .black women lawyers and judges who would be qualified.but would there always be in you mind a lack of self confidence.

  • Paul Kern

    01/27/2022 06:42 PM

    Appreciate the Scripture you printed
    Instead of one day there should be a month dedicated to the Holocaust. I fear those ruling are planning another one. Now calling all conservatives alt- right and the FBI researching Congress members who disagree with the president and his neo- Nazi Dr. Fauci.
    We must continue in fervent prayer or "never again" will most likely happen again

  • Floyd A Unger

    01/27/2022 06:24 PM

    Thank you

Watch "Huckabee"

January 27, 2022
|

Good evening!

Blessings on you and your family, and from all the Huckabee staff! Tonight's stories include:

  • Bible Verse of the Day - 1 TIMOTHY 2:1-2
  • UPDATE/CLARIFICATION
  • Keeping Promises in Virginia
  • Good read
  • Bad Idea
  • The GOP’s Howard Beale?
  • BA.2
  • International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Sincerely,

Mike Huckabee

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1. DAILY BIBLE VERSE

This verse is dedicated by Scott C.

1 I urge, then, first of all, that petitions, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for all people 2 for kings and all those in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness.

1 TIMOTHY 2:1-2

If you have a favorite Bible Verse you want to see in one of our newsletters, please email [email protected]


UPDATE/CLARIFICATION: 

Thanks to reader Kelly D. Johnston for pointing out that California would still technically have to have an election for Pelosi's successor in the U.S. House should she retire after re-election --- the House and Senate have different rules about this --- but that Gov. Newsom would likely be able to "engineer" the outcome by endorsing the Democrat candidate of his choice.  Given that Pelosi's district is overwhelmingly blue, he would in effect be appointing her successor.
As Kelly is a former Secretary of the U.S. Senate, we don't mind and, in fact, welcome his nitpicking.  He also corrected what Alan Dershowitz said about Kamala Harris not being able to vote in her own VP confirmation.  According to Kelly, there's no prohibition against Kamala Harris voting and breaking a 50-50 tie to make herself Vice President.  So if he corrects us, too, at least we're in good company!

2. Keeping Promises in Virginia:

New Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin is keeping his promises to the parents who elected him to get racist, anti-American propaganda out of schools, and some school officials are refusing to go quietly. Youngkin has set up a hotline for parents to call and report instances where they think school officials are violating their fundamental rights, their children aren’t being respected, or they’re engaging in divisive practices.

https://www.westernjournal.com/youngkin-sends-teachers-unions-panic-mode-executing-devastating-plan-chaos/

The head of the Virginia Education Association teachers’ union reacted to this empowerment of parents with the following hyperbolic rant:

“Barely two weeks into his administration, [Youngkin] has managed to sow chaos and division throughout the Commonwealth with his unconstitutional executive orders and poorly conceived ‘hotline’ designed to intimidate educators simply trying to do their jobs.”

I think maybe I’ve put my finger on what the problem is. To quote Strother Martin in “Cool Hand Luke,” what we have here is a failure to communicate. The head of the teachers’ union seems to think that violating parents’ rights, disrespecting students and spreading racially divisive political propaganda is a teacher’s job. Gov. Youngkin simply needs to explain what the job of a teacher actually is, since their union leaders have gotten so deep into leftist politics that they’ve forgotten. Maybe a little remedial instruction is in order.


3. Good read:

Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo took it upon himself to answer President Biden’s question, “What do the Republicans stand for?”

https://nypost.com/2022/01/26/president-biden-its-you-not-republicans-whos-bereft-of-ideas/


4. Bad Idea:

Whether in politics or relationships, it’s usually a bad idea to lay down ultimatums like “Either that goes or I do!” People who pull that often find that they’re the ones who end up going, and that’s exactly what happened to rocker Neil Young.

Angry that the streaming service Spotify is carrying Joe Rogan’s super-popular podcast that covers views about COVID that Young doesn’t want aired, he demanded that the service either drop Rogan or remove his music. They probably took one look at each man’s total streams and quickly decided that Neil Young should remember, a streaming service don’t need him around anyhow. And so, they’ve removed his music, as he demanded.

https://www.foxbusiness.com/lifestyle/spotify-remove-neil-young-music-songs-threaten-joe-rogan-covid-vaccine

This story inspired an interesting piece by John Nolte at Breitbart.com on why so many big celebrities (not all, but some, and you could probably name them off the top of your head) are known as anti-establishment rebels, but their thinking is so sympathetic to fascists and big government? They’re always taking to Twitter to furiously demand that someone who said something they don’t agree with be silenced or fired or jailed. I wrote about this just yesterday, wondering why someone who started out in the '60s as a prominent pro-free speech critic of the government now wants to silence anyone who even questions government narratives.

Nolte’s theory: they’re not really anti-establishment rebels, they’re toxic narcissists. He even details some of the ways in which rich, famous, spoiled celebrities who think the world revolves around them are virtually indistinguishable from fascists.

https://www.breitbart.com/entertainment/2022/01/26/nolte-why-neil-young-and-most-celebrities-are-fascists/


5. The GOP’s Howard Beale?:

I’m starting to get the feeling that Republicans are fed up with Democrats accusing them of being racists and white supremacists just for disagreeing with their awful failed policies. Maybe Virginia Delegate Nick Freitas will be the GOP’s Howard Beale and inspire a wave of Republicans to start standing up and saying, “We’re mad as h*** and we’re not going to take being called racists anymore!”

https://redstate.com/nick-arama/2022/01/26/must-watch-va-republican-lights-up-dems-for-calling-gop-racist-and-sexist-n513100

In a related article, I strongly recommend this piece by Mark Judge at American Greatness.

https://amgreatness.com/2022/01/24/journalists-need-to-learn-how-to-lay-bricks/

His prescription for bubble-dwelling “journalists” who only hang out in their elite circles, talking to people who think the exact same way that they do, is for them to have to take some time off once a year to work a job like brick laying. If they actually had to go out into America and do a regular job in a supermarket, factory or construction site, they would learn to respect the people they’re covering. It’s a prescription very similar to what I wrote in my book, “God, Guns, Grits and Gravy,” and it’s more needed now than ever.

They’d also learn that, as I've reminded people many times, most Americans of all races have no use for the professional agitators who gain power and money by trying to divide us into warring camps. Most Americans work and shop and live next door to people of all races and backgrounds, and we get along fine. We’re not at each other’s throats or about to launch a race war against the same co-workers we eat lunch next to while talking about last night’s big game. Most of us have MORE IMPORTANT THINGS TO DO.

Most importantly, making journalists work regular jobs for a couple of months a year would not only open their eyes and broaden their minds, it might allow the staffs of CNN and MSNBC to finally obtain some useful job skills.


6. BA.2

I’m sure you’ll be thrilled to hear that scientists have identified a new Omicron subvariant of COVID that’s been dubbed BA.2.

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/leahbarkoukis/2022/01/27/omicron-subvariant-n2602444

It’s now in about 50 nations, and 100 cases have been identified in the US. Not much is known about it, but according to Danish researchers, it appears to be about 1.5 times more contagious than the original Omicron, but there’s no evidence that it causes more disease. It might just spread the milder, natural immunity-inducing version faster. So if that pans out, it would not be the worst news.

Speaking of that, Dr. Anthony Fauci is now pushing for children as young as six months to begin getting triple doses of COVID vaccines. Since I don’t want to set off any Google alarms that I’m talking about things we’re not allowed to talk about, I’ll just link to this story.

https://redstate.com/alexparker/2022/01/26/fauci-puts-two-year-olds-on-notice-prepare-for-three-doses-of-the-covid-vaccine-n513156

It contains the statistics comparing the relative risks in that age group from COVID and from the vaccines. You can read all the info and make up your own mind. What a gloriously outdated concept!


7. International Holocaust Remembrance Day:

Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, commemorating the 77th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in Poland by the Soviet Army on January 27, 1945.

I have visited Auschwitz multiple times. It was the largest of all the Nazi death camps, and it’s the closest place you can imagine to Hell on Earth. When you stand on that cursed ground where approximately one million of the six million Jews killed in the Holocaust were murdered, you can feel the oppressive weight of the horror, sadness and tragedy in the very air around you.

Recent surveys have shown that a shocking number of young Americans know very little about the Holocaust or even know the name Auschwitz. This is terrifying because we all know that those who cannot remember the past are doomed to repeat it. We’re already starting to see the beginnings of that deadly repetition, with Iran threatening Israel, a shocking rise in anti-Semitic hate crimes, the recent hostage crisis at the Texas synagogue, and even members of our own Congress spewing anti-Semitic rhetoric from the US Capitol.

It is vitally important that all of us, and all future generations, never forget what happened during the Holocaust. It cannot be allowed to slip into the dustbin of "history that schools don’t teach," while political hucksters devalue the terrible truth of it by casually tossing out words like “Nazi” or “Hitler” as cheap, empty insults to their political opponents. Nobody who’s actually been to Auschwitz would ever treat those vile terms so lightly.

On the 75th Holocaust Remembrance Day, I wrote a longer essay on this subject. It’s still online, and I hope you’ll read it.

https://www.westernjournal.com/mike-huckabee-2020-holocaust-remembrance-day-important-ever/

I also hope you will read and share this article from the MyJewishLearning.com website, all about Auschwitz-Birkenau. Yes, it’s disturbing to read. But that’s why it’s so important to know, to remember and to never forget.

https://www.myjewishlearning.com/article/auschwitz-birkenau


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  • Jerry

    01/28/2022 08:05 AM

    The border in Ukraine is a huge distraction for all of the real problems biden has caused in America our border is in worse turmoil than Ukraine inflation is going to get worse this year our law enforcement is under attack with no solution in sight Biden’s Allie’s are turning their backs on biden no solutions in sight for our transportation disaster with small child like leadership in the transportation sector will not improve our homeland security is in peril biden put Obama’s zombies in leadership roles and America is becoming a nation of the walking dead

  • Robert Marshall

    01/28/2022 06:10 AM

    Concerning the whole covid we have another variant issue. they seem to be as much or slightly more contagious each time but less deadly. So the only reason some politicians are demanding everyone get no end of shots is they realize once someone gets even a mild case their natural immunity will be far better than the vaccines can do. So fewer people will be lining up for testing and shots which means their kick backs will get smaller and smaller. I think every member of the government who demands everyone be vaccinated should have to provide a report on just how much money the pharmaceutical industry is writing checks for that support. Just my opinion but members of congress should not be allowed to accept any money from special interest groups, They call it lobbying I call it bribery. and congress should also be held accountable for insider trading which is against the law for the average citizen.

  • Aaron Woien

    01/27/2022 09:02 PM

    Neil Young does not have a heart of gold! This over-the-hill, two hit wonder deserved being cancel cultured. My wife, a Spotify listener, will not miss his mostly lame "music."

  • deb harvey

    01/27/2022 08:24 PM

    governor, do you read 'naturalnews.com' ?
    today's post is about the apocalypse foretold by the prophets
    everything posted is true although the timing may be not yet.
    thanks for any thoughts on this

  • Joseph Orsini

    01/27/2022 08:22 PM

    We see news articles where people bringing ILLEGAL MIGRANTS are arrested by State Police. Can Joe Biden be arrested for his doing the same thing?

  • David Wiley

    01/27/2022 08:12 PM

    If I were to suggest we appoint a white male to the open supreme court position, wouldn't that be racist? How about the president promising to nominate a black female? Racist?

  • James Drury Jr.

    01/27/2022 07:35 PM

    Thanks Mike & Staff!

  • Anne Turner

    01/27/2022 07:06 PM

    I have been reading some novels about the period prior to WWII in Germany. While the main characters are fictional the historical events are based on what really occurred. The whole point of this comment is to see the similarities of what is happening in out country to the techniques used by Hitler. I believe he was a genuinely mentally disturbed person but a great talent when it came to convincing people to follow his ideas. Part of psychology classes in colleges should be dedicated to understanding how dissatisfied people are led to follow evil. Scape goats are necessary, fear is crucial, and intimidation a huge factor. It will not belong, if things keep up like this, that we will have scout like organizations for children forming with neat uniforms and chants charged with policing the communities and reporting on non conformists, breaking church windows, reporting their parents, etc. Right now parents in some school districts should be home schooling their children. There are many on line schools. In my state we have a shortage of teachers at this time. Much of this comes from not wanting to teach the things they are being told to teach. My state has been less inclined to things like CRT but still there are a lot of unsavory things being taught. Why are we introducing young children to all kinds of sexual proclivities. It would be enough to just tell children to treat everyone, even if they are different, with respect and to caution them about predators. It is not necessary to go into detail. Why are we teaching trans to children? Aren’t we supposed to be teaching science? Science tells us your sex is determined by what type of chromosomes you have and the type of organs you have been given.

    Can you imagine what SCOTUS woukd look like if Garland had been confirmed? I shudder to think. How can anyone who has so much as taken one Constitutional law course possible not see Biden’s plan to nominate a black woman to SCOTUS purely based on her race and gender as one of the most racist decisions done the Civil War. And, would you want to be that woman sitting there with esteemed judges, knowing you are there not because of you credentials but because of the color of your skin. I am sure there are many fine .black women lawyers and judges who would be qualified.but would there always be in you mind a lack of self confidence.

  • Paul Kern

    01/27/2022 06:42 PM

    Appreciate the Scripture you printed
    Instead of one day there should be a month dedicated to the Holocaust. I fear those ruling are planning another one. Now calling all conservatives alt- right and the FBI researching Congress members who disagree with the president and his neo- Nazi Dr. Fauci.
    We must continue in fervent prayer or "never again" will most likely happen again

  • Floyd A Unger

    01/27/2022 06:24 PM

    Thank you

January 27, 2022
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Good evening!

Blessings on you and your family, and from all the Huckabee staff! Tonight's stories include:

  • Bible Verse of the Day - 1 TIMOTHY 2:1-2
  • UPDATE/CLARIFICATION
  • Keeping Promises in Virginia
  • Good read
  • Bad Idea
  • The GOP’s Howard Beale?
  • BA.2
  • International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Sincerely,

Mike Huckabee

P.S. To subscribe to the advertisement-free version of the newsletter (delivering the morning and evening editions together in one email), go here.


1. DAILY BIBLE VERSE

This verse is dedicated by Scott C.

1 I urge, then, first of all, that petitions, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for all people 2 for kings and all those in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness.

1 TIMOTHY 2:1-2

If you have a favorite Bible Verse you want to see in one of our newsletters, please email [email protected]


UPDATE/CLARIFICATION: 

Thanks to reader Kelly D. Johnston for pointing out that California would still technically have to have an election for Pelosi's successor in the U.S. House should she retire after re-election --- the House and Senate have different rules about this --- but that Gov. Newsom would likely be able to "engineer" the outcome by endorsing the Democrat candidate of his choice.  Given that Pelosi's district is overwhelmingly blue, he would in effect be appointing her successor.
As Kelly is a former Secretary of the U.S. Senate, we don't mind and, in fact, welcome his nitpicking.  He also corrected what Alan Dershowitz said about Kamala Harris not being able to vote in her own VP confirmation.  According to Kelly, there's no prohibition against Kamala Harris voting and breaking a 50-50 tie to make herself Vice President.  So if he corrects us, too, at least we're in good company!

2. Keeping Promises in Virginia:

New Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin is keeping his promises to the parents who elected him to get racist, anti-American propaganda out of schools, and some school officials are refusing to go quietly. Youngkin has set up a hotline for parents to call and report instances where they think school officials are violating their fundamental rights, their children aren’t being respected, or they’re engaging in divisive practices.

https://www.westernjournal.com/youngkin-sends-teachers-unions-panic-mode-executing-devastating-plan-chaos/

The head of the Virginia Education Association teachers’ union reacted to this empowerment of parents with the following hyperbolic rant:

“Barely two weeks into his administration, [Youngkin] has managed to sow chaos and division throughout the Commonwealth with his unconstitutional executive orders and poorly conceived ‘hotline’ designed to intimidate educators simply trying to do their jobs.”

I think maybe I’ve put my finger on what the problem is. To quote Strother Martin in “Cool Hand Luke,” what we have here is a failure to communicate. The head of the teachers’ union seems to think that violating parents’ rights, disrespecting students and spreading racially divisive political propaganda is a teacher’s job. Gov. Youngkin simply needs to explain what the job of a teacher actually is, since their union leaders have gotten so deep into leftist politics that they’ve forgotten. Maybe a little remedial instruction is in order.


3. Good read:

Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo took it upon himself to answer President Biden’s question, “What do the Republicans stand for?”

https://nypost.com/2022/01/26/president-biden-its-you-not-republicans-whos-bereft-of-ideas/


4. Bad Idea:

Whether in politics or relationships, it’s usually a bad idea to lay down ultimatums like “Either that goes or I do!” People who pull that often find that they’re the ones who end up going, and that’s exactly what happened to rocker Neil Young.

Angry that the streaming service Spotify is carrying Joe Rogan’s super-popular podcast that covers views about COVID that Young doesn’t want aired, he demanded that the service either drop Rogan or remove his music. They probably took one look at each man’s total streams and quickly decided that Neil Young should remember, a streaming service don’t need him around anyhow. And so, they’ve removed his music, as he demanded.

https://www.foxbusiness.com/lifestyle/spotify-remove-neil-young-music-songs-threaten-joe-rogan-covid-vaccine

This story inspired an interesting piece by John Nolte at Breitbart.com on why so many big celebrities (not all, but some, and you could probably name them off the top of your head) are known as anti-establishment rebels, but their thinking is so sympathetic to fascists and big government? They’re always taking to Twitter to furiously demand that someone who said something they don’t agree with be silenced or fired or jailed. I wrote about this just yesterday, wondering why someone who started out in the '60s as a prominent pro-free speech critic of the government now wants to silence anyone who even questions government narratives.

Nolte’s theory: they’re not really anti-establishment rebels, they’re toxic narcissists. He even details some of the ways in which rich, famous, spoiled celebrities who think the world revolves around them are virtually indistinguishable from fascists.

https://www.breitbart.com/entertainment/2022/01/26/nolte-why-neil-young-and-most-celebrities-are-fascists/


5. The GOP’s Howard Beale?:

I’m starting to get the feeling that Republicans are fed up with Democrats accusing them of being racists and white supremacists just for disagreeing with their awful failed policies. Maybe Virginia Delegate Nick Freitas will be the GOP’s Howard Beale and inspire a wave of Republicans to start standing up and saying, “We’re mad as h*** and we’re not going to take being called racists anymore!”

https://redstate.com/nick-arama/2022/01/26/must-watch-va-republican-lights-up-dems-for-calling-gop-racist-and-sexist-n513100

In a related article, I strongly recommend this piece by Mark Judge at American Greatness.

https://amgreatness.com/2022/01/24/journalists-need-to-learn-how-to-lay-bricks/

His prescription for bubble-dwelling “journalists” who only hang out in their elite circles, talking to people who think the exact same way that they do, is for them to have to take some time off once a year to work a job like brick laying. If they actually had to go out into America and do a regular job in a supermarket, factory or construction site, they would learn to respect the people they’re covering. It’s a prescription very similar to what I wrote in my book, “God, Guns, Grits and Gravy,” and it’s more needed now than ever.

They’d also learn that, as I've reminded people many times, most Americans of all races have no use for the professional agitators who gain power and money by trying to divide us into warring camps. Most Americans work and shop and live next door to people of all races and backgrounds, and we get along fine. We’re not at each other’s throats or about to launch a race war against the same co-workers we eat lunch next to while talking about last night’s big game. Most of us have MORE IMPORTANT THINGS TO DO.

Most importantly, making journalists work regular jobs for a couple of months a year would not only open their eyes and broaden their minds, it might allow the staffs of CNN and MSNBC to finally obtain some useful job skills.


6. BA.2

I’m sure you’ll be thrilled to hear that scientists have identified a new Omicron subvariant of COVID that’s been dubbed BA.2.

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/leahbarkoukis/2022/01/27/omicron-subvariant-n2602444

It’s now in about 50 nations, and 100 cases have been identified in the US. Not much is known about it, but according to Danish researchers, it appears to be about 1.5 times more contagious than the original Omicron, but there’s no evidence that it causes more disease. It might just spread the milder, natural immunity-inducing version faster. So if that pans out, it would not be the worst news.

Speaking of that, Dr. Anthony Fauci is now pushing for children as young as six months to begin getting triple doses of COVID vaccines. Since I don’t want to set off any Google alarms that I’m talking about things we’re not allowed to talk about, I’ll just link to this story.

https://redstate.com/alexparker/2022/01/26/fauci-puts-two-year-olds-on-notice-prepare-for-three-doses-of-the-covid-vaccine-n513156

It contains the statistics comparing the relative risks in that age group from COVID and from the vaccines. You can read all the info and make up your own mind. What a gloriously outdated concept!


7. International Holocaust Remembrance Day:

Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, commemorating the 77th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in Poland by the Soviet Army on January 27, 1945.

I have visited Auschwitz multiple times. It was the largest of all the Nazi death camps, and it’s the closest place you can imagine to Hell on Earth. When you stand on that cursed ground where approximately one million of the six million Jews killed in the Holocaust were murdered, you can feel the oppressive weight of the horror, sadness and tragedy in the very air around you.

Recent surveys have shown that a shocking number of young Americans know very little about the Holocaust or even know the name Auschwitz. This is terrifying because we all know that those who cannot remember the past are doomed to repeat it. We’re already starting to see the beginnings of that deadly repetition, with Iran threatening Israel, a shocking rise in anti-Semitic hate crimes, the recent hostage crisis at the Texas synagogue, and even members of our own Congress spewing anti-Semitic rhetoric from the US Capitol.

It is vitally important that all of us, and all future generations, never forget what happened during the Holocaust. It cannot be allowed to slip into the dustbin of "history that schools don’t teach," while political hucksters devalue the terrible truth of it by casually tossing out words like “Nazi” or “Hitler” as cheap, empty insults to their political opponents. Nobody who’s actually been to Auschwitz would ever treat those vile terms so lightly.

On the 75th Holocaust Remembrance Day, I wrote a longer essay on this subject. It’s still online, and I hope you’ll read it.

https://www.westernjournal.com/mike-huckabee-2020-holocaust-remembrance-day-important-ever/

I also hope you will read and share this article from the MyJewishLearning.com website, all about Auschwitz-Birkenau. Yes, it’s disturbing to read. But that’s why it’s so important to know, to remember and to never forget.

https://www.myjewishlearning.com/article/auschwitz-birkenau


8. I Just Wanted To Say:

Thank you for reading the Evening Edition.

For more news of my news coverage, visit my website here.


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  • Jerry

    01/28/2022 08:05 AM

    The border in Ukraine is a huge distraction for all of the real problems biden has caused in America our border is in worse turmoil than Ukraine inflation is going to get worse this year our law enforcement is under attack with no solution in sight Biden’s Allie’s are turning their backs on biden no solutions in sight for our transportation disaster with small child like leadership in the transportation sector will not improve our homeland security is in peril biden put Obama’s zombies in leadership roles and America is becoming a nation of the walking dead

  • Robert Marshall

    01/28/2022 06:10 AM

    Concerning the whole covid we have another variant issue. they seem to be as much or slightly more contagious each time but less deadly. So the only reason some politicians are demanding everyone get no end of shots is they realize once someone gets even a mild case their natural immunity will be far better than the vaccines can do. So fewer people will be lining up for testing and shots which means their kick backs will get smaller and smaller. I think every member of the government who demands everyone be vaccinated should have to provide a report on just how much money the pharmaceutical industry is writing checks for that support. Just my opinion but members of congress should not be allowed to accept any money from special interest groups, They call it lobbying I call it bribery. and congress should also be held accountable for insider trading which is against the law for the average citizen.

  • Aaron Woien

    01/27/2022 09:02 PM

    Neil Young does not have a heart of gold! This over-the-hill, two hit wonder deserved being cancel cultured. My wife, a Spotify listener, will not miss his mostly lame "music."

  • deb harvey

    01/27/2022 08:24 PM

    governor, do you read 'naturalnews.com' ?
    today's post is about the apocalypse foretold by the prophets
    everything posted is true although the timing may be not yet.
    thanks for any thoughts on this

  • Joseph Orsini

    01/27/2022 08:22 PM

    We see news articles where people bringing ILLEGAL MIGRANTS are arrested by State Police. Can Joe Biden be arrested for his doing the same thing?

  • David Wiley

    01/27/2022 08:12 PM

    If I were to suggest we appoint a white male to the open supreme court position, wouldn't that be racist? How about the president promising to nominate a black female? Racist?

  • James Drury Jr.

    01/27/2022 07:35 PM

    Thanks Mike & Staff!

  • Anne Turner

    01/27/2022 07:06 PM

    I have been reading some novels about the period prior to WWII in Germany. While the main characters are fictional the historical events are based on what really occurred. The whole point of this comment is to see the similarities of what is happening in out country to the techniques used by Hitler. I believe he was a genuinely mentally disturbed person but a great talent when it came to convincing people to follow his ideas. Part of psychology classes in colleges should be dedicated to understanding how dissatisfied people are led to follow evil. Scape goats are necessary, fear is crucial, and intimidation a huge factor. It will not belong, if things keep up like this, that we will have scout like organizations for children forming with neat uniforms and chants charged with policing the communities and reporting on non conformists, breaking church windows, reporting their parents, etc. Right now parents in some school districts should be home schooling their children. There are many on line schools. In my state we have a shortage of teachers at this time. Much of this comes from not wanting to teach the things they are being told to teach. My state has been less inclined to things like CRT but still there are a lot of unsavory things being taught. Why are we introducing young children to all kinds of sexual proclivities. It would be enough to just tell children to treat everyone, even if they are different, with respect and to caution them about predators. It is not necessary to go into detail. Why are we teaching trans to children? Aren’t we supposed to be teaching science? Science tells us your sex is determined by what type of chromosomes you have and the type of organs you have been given.

    Can you imagine what SCOTUS woukd look like if Garland had been confirmed? I shudder to think. How can anyone who has so much as taken one Constitutional law course possible not see Biden’s plan to nominate a black woman to SCOTUS purely based on her race and gender as one of the most racist decisions done the Civil War. And, would you want to be that woman sitting there with esteemed judges, knowing you are there not because of you credentials but because of the color of your skin. I am sure there are many fine .black women lawyers and judges who would be qualified.but would there always be in you mind a lack of self confidence.

  • Paul Kern

    01/27/2022 06:42 PM

    Appreciate the Scripture you printed
    Instead of one day there should be a month dedicated to the Holocaust. I fear those ruling are planning another one. Now calling all conservatives alt- right and the FBI researching Congress members who disagree with the president and his neo- Nazi Dr. Fauci.
    We must continue in fervent prayer or "never again" will most likely happen again

  • Floyd A Unger

    01/27/2022 06:24 PM

    Thank you

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