With unemployment at 4.1% and dropping, Americans might soon see something we haven’t had in a long time: unemployment at 3% or less.
Imagine a world in which digital technology was so sophisticated that you couldn’t ever be sure if anything you saw or heard was real. There are already plenty of fakes online, but I’m not just talking about digitally altered photographs or the “creative editing” done to audio and video recordings used in news reports and documentaries to remove context or change the intended meaning of what was said
Today's Commentary: "Fake news" is getting even faker -- One man speaks out for the majority on the Second Amendment -- President Trump ditches boring script -- Huck's Hero salute -- Syria heats up -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
One man in Greensboro, North Carolina, has let fly a blast of ACTUAL common sense that has caught fire on the internet.
It’s undeniable that President Trump likes to go off-script (last week, he literally tossed away a script before he started ad-libbing), and that sometimes results in him saying things that are...
At a women’s conference in Boston, Michelle Obama took a swipe at President Trump by saying that when her husband was in office, it “was like having the ‘good parent’ at home” who makes you eat your vegetables and go to bed on time.
Proving the old saw that “A fool and his money are soon parted,” there’s a GoFundMe account for the legal defense of fired former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.
Today's Commentary: Dan Rather attacks bad journalism -- "Huckabee" preview-- Trump reverses reviled Obama policy -- The truth about mass shooting deaths -- Michelle Obama takes a swipe at President Trump -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
We keep hearing that law-abiding gun owners who’ve never harmed anyone “have blood on their hands” because of the big rise in mass shootings, and they need to stop bitterly clinging to their guns and let liberals repeal the Second Amendment because our kids are too terrified to go to school, where they might be killed at any minute.
For years, skeptics of gun control groups who believed the real goal was gun confiscation and repealing the Second Amendment were laughed off as they were espousing the Flat Earth Theory.
Today's Commentary: Illinois town disarming citizens -- Jobs, jobs, jobs -- National Guard to the border -- Planned Parenthood fined by FEC -- "Mostly false" -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Since everyone is discussing “privilege” on college campuses, one of the more galling examples of privilege that isn’t likely to be criticized by the university elite are the privileges enjoyed by illegal immigrants in California.
As this story notes, it sounds like a late April Fool’s Day joke, but the “progressive” website The Young Turks responded to the Sinclair Broadcasting video about avoiding “fake news” with its own video on the subject, featuring (grab something solid)…Dan Rather.
Why, I was just thinking the other day how long it had been since we’d seen the cheery face of former DNC chair and Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz or heard anything about that nice family of Pakistani “IT professionals” who kept Democrats’ laptops in tip-top shape for over a decade.
At the link, you can see video of DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen explaining President Trump’s decision to send National Guard troops to assist border security agents on the U.S.-Mexico border in response to an increasing flow of illegal immigration.
Today's Commentary: Wasserman Schultz and Pakistani IT family back in news -- Not that David Hogg -- CNN gulps -- The Amazon story -- California hikes tuition for citizens not illegals -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Yesterday, in a bizarre and tragic incident at YouTube headquarters in San Bruno, California, a shooter injured three people before committing suicide.
Today's Commentary: The YouTube shooter -- Haley helping craft real change at UN -- "I Can Only Imagine" -- New guidelines -- Two stories worth reading -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
On Monday, the day before Alex Van Der Zwaan was scheduled to be sentenced under his plea agreement in the “Trump/Russia” special counsel case, Robert Mueller and deputy attack dog Andrew Weissmann filed a three-page notice arguing that Van Der Zwaan should not be allowed to file FOIA requests, which is his constitutional right under the law.
The reboot of “Roseanne” returns tonight, and I’m sure many liberals will be watching the ratings closely, praying (if they believe in such things) that viewership falls so that they can write off the monumental debut ratings to nostalgia rather than “giving the people what they want” – the first hour of network TV in over a year that didn’t relentlessly insult Trump voters.
The acquittal of Noor Salaman in Orlando, Florida, sparked such widespread public outrage that one anonymous juror felt compelled to try to explain it to the Orlando Sentinel.
Today's Commentary: Victims denied justice in Florida -- Mueller team in lockdown, forbidding FOIA requests -- Google Doodle -- Stephon Clark -- Trade war heats up -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
It seems as if the left just cannot leave children alone to be children.
The same week Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced his decision not to appoint a special counsel to investigate misconduct at the FBI and DOJ, choosing instead to appoint a U.S. attorney to look into it, famed civil liberties attorney Alan Dershowitz was making it clear in interviews that the “criminalization of political differences” is wrong for democracy, no matter which side of the aisle is doing it.
The “limited-run” “Roseanne” reboot scored such a ratings bonanza in its debut, ABC is reportedly already planning to renew it for a second season.