Today's Commentary: Presidential pardon issued -- "Huckabee" preview -- Dreamers praise Trump -- A corporate Huck's Hero -- Experts misunderstand Trump again -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Friday, President Trump issued a presidential pardon to former Navy submarine machinist Kristian Saucier for taking photos of classified areas in his sub.
Good for Joy Behar of “The View” for calling Vice President Mike Pence to apologize for her offensive comments about his Christian faith (she said that people who think Jesus is talking to them have a “mental illness.”)
Today's Commentary: Joy Behar apologizes -- "Huckabee" preview -- Tragic news -- Back to work again -- "It's time to give socialism a try." -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
I keep offering this message in the spirit of honest good will: If anti-gun politicians ever hope to accomplish anything, they need to learn something about the subject they’re trying to regulate...
No, sorry, that doesn’t restore my faith...
Today's Commentary: The NEW YORKER puts its slant on Steele dossier -- Latest Parkland shooting doesn't restore my faith in FBI -- Hard to take anti-gun politicians seriously -- Baltimore Mayor's bias on display -- What if we left it up to Cleaver? -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
“When Steele took his suspicions about Trump to the FBI in the summer of 2016, it was keeping with Orbis (Christopher Steele’s company) protocol, rather than a politically driven aberration.”
Today's Commentary: Unhinged Sam Nunberg is "Howard Beale For A Day"-- Not exactly the Wild West-- Sometimes data explains a lot -- End this parents -- Time-killer -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
In the 1976 movie NETWORK, TV personality Howard Beale has an on-air meltdown, ranting on camera to an audience of millions about the dissolution of society and telling everyone to get up, go to their windows and yell, “I’m mad as hell, and I’m not going to take it any more!”
Hillary may have lost the election (thank God), but she can hardly say she didn’t get her money’s worth for the $10 million her designated law firm paid to Fusion GPS for that fictional Russian “dossier.”
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar unveiled a proposal for a new “value-based health care system.”
The ratings for the Oscarcast are in. The bad news for Hollywood is that it set an all-time record low for viewership.
Today's Commentary: FBI kept another Clinton tie secret -- Oscar ratings-- Mistaken identity -- California Democrats boo Feinstein -- The Oscars -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
We’ve lost another familiar face from TV days gone by...
Today's Commentary: Pelosi attacks ICE-- YouTube admits mistakes-- A big surprise-- Supreme Court to rule on political Fashion Police -- History lesson -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Speaking of things the media probably won’t tell you about guns: there is no “school shooting epidemic.”
As California goes, so goes the Democratic Party.
Saturday, the Florida Senate voted to ban AR-15 rifles. Then after realizing it had actually passed, they reconsidered and revoked it 15 minutes later.
Like most Americans, I didn’t see the Oscars last night (or most of the nominated movies, although I did love “Darkest Hour.”) I just repainted my bathroom and had to watch the paint dry.
I hate to bring up last week’s controversy again, about me resigning from the CMA Foundation after a music executive who is intolerant of Christians and conservatives accused me of intolerance. But this is very important and needs to be said.
For conservative college students who are worried about being railroaded, attacked or silenced if they dare express a non-PC thought, someone now has your back.
Nancy Pelosi once again proved that she perfectly represents San Francisco by blasting ICE for “indiscriminately” arresting “scores of hard-working, law-abiding immigrants” in their recent raids to enforce deportations of criminal illegal aliens.
The stock market dropped 400 points Thursday after President Trump announced plans to place a 25% tariff on imported steel and a 10% tariff on imported aluminum.
With TV ratings for "woke" awards shows sinking like the Titanic, the producers of Sunday’s Oscarcast are begging celebrities to keep their politics to themselves.