Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg took out full page ads in major Sunday newspapers (I’ll let the irony of that sink in for a while…Okay, ready to continue?) to apologize over the recent scandal involving unauthorized data gathering.
I was Lt. Gov of AR when the Governor was forced to resign because of felony convictions and that elevated me to the office of Governor. We fought the corruption that had infected the state and saw about 17 legislators and other high officials indicted, tried, and convicted.
Early Sunday evening, I thought I heard a wet plopping sound coming from my TV. Turns out it was just “60 Minutes’” reputation for journalistic integrity taking a nosedive into a giant pit of mud.
At the end of last week, word was that with the exit of John Dowd, President Trump’s lead attorney in the special counsel investigation, Trump was bringing on the husband-and-wife legal team of Joseph diGenova and Victoria Toensing.
Hillary Clinton’s recent remarks in India, in which she blamed her Presidential loss in 2016 on Trump voters being racist and sexist, and on women obeying their husbands and voting against her, rightly generated so much angry backlash that Democrats up for reelection in red states are trying to build a “big, beautiful wall”...between them and Hillary.
Today's Commentary: At least SOME lawyers avoid conflicts of interest -- Great video-- UPENN law professor denounced -- John Bolton returns -- Excellent op-ed -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Today's Commentary: A good guy with a gun -- Hillary Clinton update -- Fake news outrage -- Andrew McCabe's pity party -- France terror update -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Here is yet another reason why we don’t allow people to serve as lawmakers until they are at least 25 (and one hopes, have taken Logic 101 class).
Today's Commentary: Trump condemns system, signs spending bill to protect military -- 2200 pages of frustration -- Saudi progress -- Andrew McCabe -- Music returns -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Yesterday, President Trump first threatened to veto that horrific $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill, then reluctantly signed it, saying he had to do it because of the necessary military spending increase, but warning that it’s the last such bill he’ll ever sign.
President Trump hastily called an early Friday afternoon press conference to announce that, yes, he is signing the “omnibus” spending bill and, NO, he is never signing such a bill again.
If there’s one sure way for Congressional Republicans to tell whether or not they should support a bill, it’s to look at the reactions to it from Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer.
Today's Commentary: 2200 hundred pages of frustration -- Prayers for Trebes, France -- Trump veto possible -- The Dow Panics -- John Bolton -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
There’s another shake-up at the White House, with news that President Trump’s national security adviser, Gen. H.R. McMaster, will be replaced next month by James Bolton.
Today's Commentary: The Facebook data story -- White House Leaking -- Senator Doug Jones -- Another shady Clinton connection may explain more -- It’s Only A Scandal When Trump Does It -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Today's Commentary: What the media won't tell you about the Maryland school shooting -- More reason to doubt integrity of Mueller and friends -- No women here -- Pro-Iran state department? -- Huck's Hero -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Tuesday morning’s school shooting at Great Mills High School in Southern Maryland is over.
With all the gleefully obsessive media focus on whether or not President Trump will fire special counsel Robert Mueller (he won’t) and spark a Watergate-style Constitutional crisis (not gonna happen), some interesting developments got shoved to the wayside.
A few days back, I steered you to a piece by Mark Tapscott, a writer with quite a talent for breaking out of the “herd” mentality that characterizes today’s so-called journalists, who typically just parrot what others in their illustrious profession are saying.
Today's Commentary: Robert Mueller "shreds" DOJ guidelines -- Self-identification makes ICE's job easier -- "Red flag" law followed in Florida -- My advice for Republicans -- California's sanctuary law -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
You’d think there would be enough in the news these days that really is shocking without seeing the stock market roiled by a giant wave of pretend shock over the “news” that details about users of social media platforms such as Facebook are mined and sold to companies that hope to persuade said users to do, buy or like certain things (for those who truly did just arrive here from the planet Antares, that’s known as “advertising.”)
Hillary Clinton’s claim that women who didn’t vote for her were told not to by their husbands elicited plenty of heated reactions online, including some from powerful women who didn’t need a man to tell them to be royally ticked off.
I’ve been watching in amazement all the fuss and fury over the firing of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, simply because career investigators and ethics officials in his own agency recommended it due to alleged offenses that other people have faced indictment over.
This story is so clueless, it could only come from the intellectuals at NPR. It’s a shocking report that illegal immigration activists who speak out at public rallies about being in the US illegally are being “retaliated” against by ICE and deported.
As more and more Republicans are concluding that there’s no alternative to a second special counsel to investigate bias and abuses of power by the FBI and Justice Department, more attention is being paid to the role played by Deputy Attorney Gen. Rod Rosenstein, and it’s about time, because he's the one who gave us Robert Mueller.