Sen. Jeff Flake is reportedly preparing a speech to the Senate that will compare President Trump’s “attacks” on the press, such as calling them an “enemy of the people,” to the actions of bloody Russian communist dictator Joseph Stalin. So I thought I’d pitch in and give him a little help with his research.
In an interview this week, Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards touted the group’s outreach to teens via text chat services, promotional merchandise sold on Etsy.com, and training teens to be public speakers and pro-choice advocates.
We now know that the terrifying but mistaken emergency message sent to Hawaiians who were told an incoming ICBM was headed their way was the result of a state emergency worker pressing the wrong button during a shift change.
Today's Commentary: Bleep storm -- Mike Rowe fires back -- Trump lowers black unemployment -- Crumbs -- Trump crushes JV team -- Hawaii Missile Message -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
For those who question the reality of the nuclear threat from North Korea...
Over the weekend, the media continued their “bleep-storm” of outrage over what President Trump allegedly said about some nations from which we accept a lot of immigrants not exactly being paradises on Earth.
Kentucky has become the first state to take advantage of the permission granted by President Trump and require some Medicaid recipients to have to work or take job training in exchange for free medical coverage.
Today's Commentary: Martin Luther King Jr. Day -- Monday Fake News Bulletin -- Controlling the flow of information -- Google's leftwing group-think -- A different kind of search engine -- Issa not running -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day. It’s especially vital to remember his legacy this year because 2018 marks 50 years since his assassination.
One of the most effective ways of preventing illegal immigration has always been to target the employers – people are less likely to come here illegally if there aren’t ready jobs for them.
Today's Commentary: Nancy Pelosi "pathetic" -- Walmart tax cut news -- Dossier claims -- World war III quieter than I would have predicted -- Draining the swamp at BLM -- Issa not running -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
America started out with 24 non-profit Obamacare co-op boards that were supposed to provide affordable insurance to the poor. But they’ve gradually gone bankrupt because it turned out the program cost a lot more than anyone (other than me and a lot of other Republicans) predicted. And now, there are only three still standing.
Here’s a question for “progressives” in California: Which is more important to you, 1) protecting the northern spotted owl from extinction, or 2) recreationally puffing on a giant doobie?
Fox News’ slogan is “fair and balanced,” and to prove they are truly balanced, they even give airtime to the unbalanced. By that I mean Shepherd Smith’s latest comment about President Trump’s latest comment.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi isn’t backing down from her claim that the Republican tax cut is “Armageddon” and “the worst bill Congress ever passed.”
Today's Commentary: Cutting deals with Democrats -- Abuse in California's schools -- Judge blocks Trump's rescinding of Obama's DACA program -- Helping Veterans -- Businesses react to minimum wage hike -- Kudos to comic Roseanne Barr -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Say what you like about President Trump, but he doesn’t let anyone get too comfortable in their assumptions. For instance, just as his critics were settling into a nice liberal-bubble bath to read that ludicrous new book that confirms all their cherished fantasies about him being a dementia-stricken, moronic grandpa who can’t understand simple concepts or remember his friends’ names, he dumped a big load of freezing cognitive dissonance in their bath water.
Today's Commentary: Dems on Judiciary Committee undermine investigation -- Here is a real breakfast for champions -- Prayers for Loretta Lynn -- Oprah for President -- Trump addresses Farm Bureau convention -- What a retirement from Congress might mean -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
It’s been said that one of the greatest tools of tax-and-spend politicians is withholding, because they get to take your money out of your paycheck before you see it, so you don’t realize how much taxes are costing you.
“The Case of the Dangerous Dossier” has more head-scratchers than a Sherlock Holmes mystery. We’ve seen a few plot twists just in recent hours; these offer a more detailed picture yet raise more questions than they answer.
The next big battle over immigration looks to be not illegal immigration but sending back foreign nationals who are in America on the TPS program (“temporary protected status”).
This must be a very disheartening week for “progressives,” who assume that when Americans reject their attempts to “transform” society at the ballot box, they can always shop around for an unelected activist judge to force them onto everyone.
I don’t want to waste too much time on the nonsensical TDS fantasy novel “Fire and Fury” by Michael Wolff (or as writer Judi McLeod dubbed him, “Wolfman Hack.”) But the media can’t stop talking about it. For instance, George Stephanopoulos kept asking our UN Ambassador Nikki Haley about that book instead of Iran, even after she said she hadn’t read it and had no intention of doing so and called it a “new low” for lying to obtain money and power.
NBC, Hollywood and some liberals already have Oprah Winfrey elected President in their heads, but Oprah might already be feeling some reservations after getting a taste of what it’s like to stick your neck out in the political arena. Like the photos at this link that were already circulating before the final credits even ran at the Golden Globes.