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  • Alberta Fuller

    02/14/2020 10:32 AM

    Thank you Mr. President for protecting Americans from the encroachment of evil that is pervading almost every area of government.
    Sir the swamp is deeper and I’m sure you know. We pray for your protection and for wisdom in this fight.

  • Kathy Gibbons

    02/12/2020 02:34 PM

    Mitt Romney is a LOSER !! PRESIDENT TRUMP IS A WINNER !!!!

  • Roy Nunn

    02/12/2020 01:55 PM

    Maybe the most significant SOTU address ever in spite of the hatred being spewed all around him. He's a strong man and has made more of a significant difference to the American people than any President ever.

  • Beverly Paterni

    02/11/2020 12:06 AM

    I remember when you were running for President and my cousin,Mike Paterni said you would make a great President. I was visiting him in Montana. I asked him because I trusted his judgement. His father, Paul Paterni was deputy director of the Secret Service last serving under JFK. We are proud First generation Americans - I am a retired Adult Probation Agent previously with the State of Michigan for 32 years. I now live in Friendswood Texas to be near my son, Matthew a Friendswood police officer. God save our nation .

  • Nancy Fenton

    02/08/2020 08:04 PM

    Dear President Trump, I am so happy that you are my president! I’m not in good health and don’t have money or influence but it does me good to know you are working hard to preserve and protect the country I love. When I leave this world one day, I pray my family will come to know a future in this country that I enjoyed all my life. Some of my friends and regrettable, even some of my relatives are against you. I try to argue my points but you do it so much better! lol They watch too much media TV that they’ve watched all their lives. Won’t open their eyes to what is really happening. My husband is a Vietnam Veteran, with 100% disability comp. If not for the help he has gotten, I don’t know how we would have survived, Your contribution in supporting Veterans is wonderful! The house needs to approve more help to Veterans and their families. illegal immigrants do not deserve help from our citizens who have paid their taxes and served their country in many ways. You are a businessman, a builder and you have common sense! I am a pragmatic person, myself and believe me, I’ve been through a lot in my life. I was born with a double hair lip and cleft pallet, for starters But that did not deter me. I married, had a wonderful son and have two granddaughters! I’m proud of all of them and want the best for their future. I have end stage kidney failure, partially blind with one weak leg. I try my best to take it in my stride but it’s wearing me down. I just wanted to write, in hopes you will see this and read how grateful many of us are for all your hard work. Loved your State Of The Union Address. Nancy Pelosi is an embarrassment to all Americans but you are so beyond her grasp. She needs help and to be out of power of any kind! God bless you and your family. I hope after your second term is done, your daughter runs and wins for another eight years!! It’ll take at least that long to clear the swamp and make it a sparkling lake of beauty and peace. Make American great, again! Love you! Love from a good Nancy lol ????????????????????

  • Patricia Daniel

    02/08/2020 02:00 PM

    I thought the President's State of the Union speech was inspiring.

  • Gary Upchurch

    02/08/2020 12:33 AM

    I have seen President Trump give many speeches, and all of them have been great. I enjoyed every minute of his speech this week. Thank you for being a warrior at speaking God's Truth and your strong support for President Trump. Also, your daughter Sarah was the best press secretary ever.

  • Roberta DiNatale

    02/07/2020 11:52 PM

    I loved his speech and I think the most telling of it all was the reaction from the Democrats. That they would just sit there and not applaud America is disgraceful. They made themselves look every bit the fools they are. And then Pelosi, tearing up the speech, just showed how petty and small she is and how much the president got to her. They wouldn't know how to take the high road if it was that or die. The president is doing a great job despite all the hell these people have put him through. I feel for his family. They all must be very tough people to withstand the horrendous non-stop attacks.

  • Will Tickel

    02/07/2020 11:38 PM

    Thank you Governor for the great job and support you and your daughter have done and been. Trump gave a great speech the other day, but I happen to think all his speeches are great. Tuesday's was exceptional. So looking forward to him speaking in ND or MN in the future. My family and I will be there. Thanks again for supporting him from the start.

  • Bette Shaffer

    02/07/2020 11:09 PM

    We are murdering our babies and replacing them with illegals....how’s that for insanity on the left ?!?!?

  • Nancy Skiba

    02/07/2020 10:15 PM

    The SOTU speech was brilliant. Pelosi and her Demo-nazi pals were like monkeys throwing shit. Those people do not deserve their jobs, and should be removed from Congress for obstruction and sedition.

  • Seymour Lenz

    02/07/2020 08:58 PM

    Best President since George Washington! Thank you for saving our country! I support you 100%. May God Bless you and your family.

  • Vince Barnett

    02/07/2020 07:45 PM

    Greatest SOTU in my life time!!?????????????????????????

  • Zelma Rollins

    02/07/2020 05:21 PM

    The SOTU was great. I have supported you since you were elected. I am so sick and tired of the dems out right lies and made up stories. I hope and I do pray for you and your family. I also want to thank you for honoring Rush Limbaugh. That was a great thing you did. I also thank you for the great economy. God bless you and your family.

  • Reta Riley

    02/07/2020 04:46 PM

    Yes, it was a great speech! So inspiring to have a President who puts the country first. I also love his pro-life stance. My husband and I pray for him every day.

    We also watch Huckabee every week on TBN!

  • Hoyt and Jean Fuller

    02/07/2020 01:25 PM

    We were so very proud of our President Donald J. Trump!! Rush Limbaugh so deserved this medal of freedom!! So embarrassed by Mitt Romney!! He should be HAND DELIVERED to the Democrats! We are just senior citizens and we can listen to the White House Counsel and understand what a lie these two articles of impeachment were and how illegal the Speaker of the House did not go by procedure and then her actions the way she introduced our President and then all that moving around, shuffling papers, make all kind of facial reactions, the shaking of her head, not standing for so many things she should have stood for and then to top it off with the disgrace of tearing up the President's speech. She should be FIRED!!! Such a disgrace to our country. Thanks for your stand and we are praying for our President and all of those who stand for the Truth there in Washington!

  • Yvonne Iversen

    02/07/2020 12:20 PM

    I'm so happy for we the people! Congratulations to our President. When will we see any punishment for the waste of time and money used to impeach a total lie. Necessary for future generations to be for the people, by the people, of the people. Under GOD.

  • Mary Riddell

    02/07/2020 10:44 AM

    Really enjoyed our President’s speech. The Best Ever! The Democrats were a White Cultist with one Congresswoman from Arizona in Blue, applauding, thinking and respecting America. Granting, I am a Republican, and was shocked at the House of Speaker’s horrible actions. Worry that if something happened to President or VP, she would be President!

  • Carolyn Greaves

    02/07/2020 08:25 AM

    Seniors need help. Worked for AT&T over 30 years.Social Security is not enough to live on. When do we get help?

  • Marshall E. May

    02/07/2020 07:41 AM

    I haven’t voted for a Democrat for over other 30 years, I hope many other people join me.

  • Lerma Buschman

    02/07/2020 07:37 AM

    This President endures a lot and it is remarkable how strong he is getting thru it.
    Who else is providing him strength but God who plans everything. Praise the Lord.
    May He continuously guide our President.

  • Linda Britton

    02/07/2020 06:49 AM

    His speech was awesome! Trump is a great President but I wish you would run again! Oh! Pelosi should be ashamed of herself. And removed from office. Anything I can do to help achieve that goal?! Let me know! Have a wonderful day Mr Huckabee!

  • Dale Sawvell

    02/07/2020 01:29 AM

    Excellent speech. As usual, our President did a terrific job.

  • Jane Hubbard

    02/06/2020 11:45 PM

    The SOTU speech was amazing! The best I have ever heard and I am 63 years old. I am so proud of my president and of my country!

  • Debbie Schuman

    02/06/2020 10:58 PM

    Please share this with President Trump:

    Speaker Pelosi tears up the president’s speech: Three biblical responses to the divisions in our nation
    By Dr. Jim Denison
    Speaker Pelosi tears up the president's speech
    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of Calif., tears up a copy of President Donald Trump's State of the Union address.


    Listen to The Daily Article Podcast, then subscribe.
    Yesterday was unusually chaotic even for American politics.

    Democratic Party officials announced partial results from the Iowa caucuses at 5 p.m. EST showing Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders in the lead. Their statement came nearly a full day after the results were delayed due to reporting issues. Four hours later, President Trump began his State of the Union address.

    He became only the second president to do so while under impeachment. The atmosphere in the room was unusually tense and partisan.

    The president handed copies of his speech to Vice President Pence and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. She extended her hand, but he turned away without shaking it. She then introduced him, but not with the customary, “Members of Congress, I have the high privilege and distinct honor of presenting to you the president of the United States.” Instead, she said simply, “Ladies and gentlemen, the president of the United States.”

    During the speech, the president honored a Tuskegee Airman and his grandson who intends to become an astronaut. He welcomed home a soldier who reunited with his family for the first time in months. The speech recounted remarkable economic good news and called on Congress to make progress on a variety of fronts.

    Then, at the conclusion of the speech, the Speaker of the House stood, took her copy of the address, and tore it in two. She said later that she destroyed the speech “because it was the courteous thing to do considering the alternatives.” She added that she was “trying to find one page with truth on it” but “couldn’t.”

    My purpose in responding today is emphatically not to advance a partisan agenda. I would offer the same response to last night’s divisiveness if the president were a Democrat and the House Speaker a Republican.

    In such a bitterly divided culture, my purpose today is to consider biblical ways to deal with disagreements as a nation and as individuals.


    One: Honor the position if not the person

    First, we must honor the position even if we disagree with the person.

    Peter instructed us: “Be subject for the Lord’s sake to every human institution, whether it be to the emperor as supreme, or to governors as sent by him to punish those who do evil and to praise those who do good” (1 Peter 2:13–14). Paul agreed: “Let every person be subject to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and those that exist have been instituted by God” (Romans 13:1).

    Note that the emperor to whom they referred was Nero, one of the most despotic tyrants in Roman history.

    In light of God’s word, it was wrong for Republican Congressman Joe Wilson to cry out “You lie!” when President Obama was delivering a joint address to Congress in 2009. (The congressman soon apologized, and the president accepted his apology.) It was also wrong for Speaker Pelosi to rip up President Trump’s speech.

    Congressman Wilson and Speaker Pelosi obviously disagreed with the presidents whose speeches they protested. But Scripture teaches us to honor the position, even if we disagree with the person.

    Two: Initiate reconciliation

    Second, God’s word calls us to go to those with whom we disagree.

    Jesus was clear: “If your brother sins against you, go and tell him his fault, between you and him alone” (Matthew 18:15). Conversely, our Lord also taught us: “If you are offering your gift at the altar and there remember that your brother has something against you, leave your gift there before the altar and go. First be reconciled to your brother, and then come and offer your gift” (Matthew 5:23–24).

    Whether someone sins against us or we sin against them, we are to go to them. We are not permitted to speak about them before we speak to them. When we discuss public figures, we must avoid slander (Psalm 101:5; James 4:11) and gossip (Proverbs 20:19; 1 Timothy 5:13), only saying about them what we would say to them.

    These commitments break the cycle of retribution and initiate the process of healing. If the person will not respond to our initiative, we will know that we have done what we can.

    Three: Love our enemies in prayer

    Our third principle may be the hardest: “Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, so that you may be sons of your Father who is in heaven” (Matthew 5:44–45).

    “Love” translates agape, the unconditional commitment to put the other person first. We demonstrate this commitment when we pray for “those who persecute you”—the Greek syntax is translated literally, “for them as they are persecuting you.”

    You know that you love your enemies when you pray for God’s best for them regardless of how they treat you. Such forgiveness obeys God’s word and will (Mark 11:25) and models his grace to a graceless culture.


    Imagine a culture living by biblical forgiveness

    Discussion of the divisiveness on display during last night’s State of the Union is likely to continue for days. In response, let’s model Christian behavior for a post-Christian culture. Let’s choose to honor the position of those with whom we disagree. Let’s refuse to slander them, speaking to them rather than about them. And let’s pray for God’s best for them as we share the forgiveness we have received.

    Imagine the difference in our country if everyone followed these biblical principles. Now let’s model the behavior we ask others to exhibit.

    With whom will you begin today?