A brawny transgender high school student who has been taking testosterone to become a male has won the Texas girls’ state wrestling championship for the second consecutive year.
Today's Commentary: This is what Sharia law looks like -- "Huckabee" preview -- These sheriff's deputies are covered in shame -- This is CNN -- Christian college scores major religious liberty win -- Nanette Fabray RIP -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Today's Commentary: ICE needs to keep it up, not pull back -- "Huckabee" preview -- These sheriff's deputies are covered in shame -- This is CNN -- This is CNN Part II -- Today's Huck's Hero -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Ever since we first heard about the tragic mass shooting at a South Florida school, seemingly each new day has brought sickening new revelations of all the many ways in which it could have been prevented, but authorities failed to act.
The combination of stagnant wages and inflation has made it harder and harder for the poor and middle class to keep their heads above water. A new study by the Economic Policy Institute reveals what they’ve had to do to survive.
Today's Commentary: The scandal runs as deep as 1972 -- Trained teachers -- Red flags in Florida -- Fascinating read -- Priorities USA spending -- Joy Reid at MSNBC unwittingly colludes with Russians? -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
ALL THE PRESIDENT’S MEN was on Turner Classic Movies a few days ago, and just thinking about that film brings back all the intrigue of the Watergate scandal.
We saw during the Obama years how even orders of Catholic nuns were bullied by the feds to try to force them to pay for contraceptives and abortion drugs. Now, Canada’s liberal government is showing us a new form of government overreach that may revive the much scoffed-at term, “death panels.”
As if CNN hadn’t already shattered its journalistic reputation with its non-stop anti-Trump advocacy over the past year, the network now seems determined to pound the shards of its integrity into a fine paste with its naked anti-NRA advocacy in the wake of the tragic school shooting in Florida.
Indictments that have anything remotely to do with Trump’s campaign colluding with Russia to affect the 2016 election: Still zero.
California is getting a hard lesson in the Constitution’s supremacy clause, which states that when state laws and state constitutions conflict with the federal laws and Constitution, federal law prevails.
President Trump has signed a memo instructing Attorney General Jeff Sessions to propose regulations banning bump stock devices that convert legal semi-automatic rifles into fast-firing automatic rifles.
Today's Commentary: My tribute to Billy Graham -- Columbine survivor introduces legislation -- What "blue wave" leadership looks like -- Tax info -- Couldn't Mueller find ONE Republican? -- Memo to Jeff Sessions -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
It’s been known for some time that the team assembled by special counsel Robert Mueller to look into collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign (and “related matters”) leaned Democrat. But it’s worse than we thought.
When the news broke that Billy Graham had died, my first reaction was “Now there’s a real example of ‘Fake News.’”
Can a defendant withdraw a guilty plea if, during plea negotiations, the prosecution withholds exculpatory evidence?
Today's Commentary: For "Russia," it's the right judge at at the right time -- Mueller strays into LinkedIn territory -- Teachers flock to concealed carry permit class -- Go see the new Eastwood film -- Michael Moore attended Russian troll rally against Trump -- Doing this won't help -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
To those who recoil at the idea of teachers with concealed carry permits or armed guards in schools, and who think future mass shootings can be stopped if we just add a few more laws to the books, I’d say this:
Former Homeland Security Director Jeh Johnson said Sunday on “ABC This Week” that the FBI has a lot on its plate and that there “is a role for the public to play” in preventing violence like the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in South Florida last week.
There’s something wrong with the hysterical reporting that has resulted from Robert Mueller’s indictment of 13 Russian nationals and entities for “meddling” (there’s that word again) in our 2016 election.
Robert Mueller has made another indictment in his investigation of Russian collusion in the 2016 election. Try to follow me on this one...
Today's Commentary: Media narrative on "Russia" indictment is wrong -- Media fake news -- Teacher of the year responds -- The Israeli Chuck Norris -- White House aide Hogan Gidley riles media -- Father pretends to be 11 year old daughter -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
There’s an old saying attributed to Mark Twain or Benjamin Disraeli, that there are three kinds of lies: “Lies, damned lies and statistics.” One damnably dishonest statistic that’s being quoted far and wide in the media in the wake of the tragic school shooting in Florida is a claim by the pro-gun control group “Everytown for Gun Safety” that there have been 291 school shootings in America since 2013.
Today's Commentary: Mueller indicts Russian nationals --DOJ connection to Fusion GPS -- FBI protocols not followed -- Silver platter clues -- Abortionists claim... -- Real problems point to the leftwing -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Robert Mueller announced indictments Friday of 13 people in his investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election.