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November 26, 2023



Blessings on you and your family from all the Huckabee team! Here are news stories from the past week, you won't want to miss.

Mike Huckabee


And when ye stand praying, forgive, if ye have ought against any: that your Father also which is in heaven may forgive you your trespasses.

Mark 11:25

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Programming Note:

We’ll be mostly taking a break from the news for the next few days so that my staff and I can enjoy Thanksgiving with our families. But keep watching your mailbox: we’ve prepared some material in advance for you, so you’ll still get the daily newsletter. And if anything truly major happens, we’ll come back and report/comment on it. BTW, consider yourself warned in advance that the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade organizers apparently looked at Bud Light and said, “Hold muh appletini!”

Remember When

I’m so old, I remember when liberals used to condemn what they called “eliminationist rhetoric,” and not actually call for their political opponents to be “eliminated” in a public forum.

By the way, if Trump can be prosecuted because someone who allegedly listened to him rioted at the Capitol, why wasn’t Sen. Bernie Sanders charged with conspiracy to commit murder because someone who followed him was inspired to try to kill Rep. Steve Scalise and other Republican House members so that Democrats would get a majority? That seemed like a pretty serious assault on “our democracy” to me.

(Note for the deliberately obtuse: I’m not seriously calling for Bernie Sanders to be indicted for making speeches. I’m just pointing out how ludicrous it is that Trump was indicted for making a speech. Are we clear? Good.)

Not making this up

Apparently, opening up the border to Mexican drug gangsters and terrorists wasn’t a big enough danger to rural communities, so the Biden Administration would like to release grizzly bears on them, too. No, I’m not making this up.

Lee Greenwood’s final tour

Lee Greenwood is one of my favorite musical guests on the “Huckabee” TV show, so I’m sad to see that he plans to make his 2024 tour his final tour, even though I respect his reasons for retiring. See him while you can, I know you’ll enjoy it.

Note from our pop culture guru Pat Reeder: 

This story mentions that Lee’s Grammy Award wasn’t for “God Bless the USA,” which has become almost a second National Anthem. It was nominated for Best Country Song of 1984 and Lee for Best Male Vocalist, but lost in both categories. To save you having to look it up, the winners were “City of New Orleans” and Merle Haggard for “That’s the Way Love Goes.” I’ll bet that makes you miss the country music of the ‘80s. “City of New Orleans” was written by Steve Goodman, who recorded it in 1971, and Arlo Guthrie had a hit with it in 1972, then Willie Nelson covered it in 1984. As to how it qualifies for “Best Country Song of 1984,” I have no idea.

A Threat to Vote Republican

A group of black Chicago residents held a rally outside of Alderman Desmon Yancy to protest the city spending $150 million on taking care of illegal aliens and ignoring the needs of citizens. For instance, homeless Chicagoans are sleeping on the streets while illegals get free hotel rooms.

One protester read this statement: “We’re here to say to black aldermen who were elected by the black citizens of Chicago that we are fed up with your not hearing our stress and our demands but rather do what you want to do to please the Democratic Party.” And in an almost-unheard of, and I’m sure terrifying to Democrats, turn, they even threatened to vote Republican!

I wouldn’t get my hopes up, considering the last Republican mayor of Chicago left office in 1931. But at some point, maybe it will get so bad that blue city voters will "stop the insanity" and quit doing the same thing over and over while expecting a different result. New Yorkers had to hit rock bottom before they finally elected Rudy Giuliani to save them. He did, they forgot how bad things could get, they voted the Democrats back in, and now they’re at rock bottom again. But miracles can happen. At least, one happened in New York, once…


Former US military members who lost their pay and benefits due to the Biden Administration’s COVID vaccine mandates are suing the US government. It’s currently three lawsuits that they plan to turn into a class action suit, they plan to sue for damages in the billions.

Their attorney says that while over 8,000 active duty troops were kicked out of the service, the number of troops and reservists who were negatively affected could be as high as 100,000. If you are among them, read the story and see if you might want to join a class action suit over that outrageous injustice against America’s heroes.

Trump's gag order

Politico reports that a panel of judges from the DC Court of Appeals heard arguments on former President Trump’s request to significantly narrow the gag order put on him in the criminal trial by special counsel Javert -- oops, sorry, Jack Smith – for challenging the 2020 election and allegedly inciting that “worse than 9/11 and Pearl Harbor combined insurrection” on January 6th. They haven’t ruled yet, but in a hopeful sign for Trump, the judges appeared extremely dubious about severely curtailing the free speech of a leading presidential candidate during an election campaign.

One judge asked incredulously, “He has to speak ‘Miss Manners’ while everyone else is throwing targets at him?” She added, “It would be really hard in a debate, when everyone else is going at you full bore. Your attorneys would have to have scripted little things you can say.”

Precisely! And considering that judge is an Obama appointee (!), it’s becoming obvious just how far out over his skis Smith is with his creatively unconstitutional legal warfare.

Let's hope 2024 ends this sort of insanity

At Ramapo College of New Jersey, yet another male claiming to “identify” as female switched from the men’s to the women’s swim team and miraculously won first place and set a new record in the 100-yard butterfly. See if you can guess which one “she” is from the team photo. Hint: look for the one who towers over the others.

As usual, the school responded to criticism by ladling out a dollop of pablum about how the school “supports all our student athletes.” Which is a load of manure because if they supported the female athletes, they wouldn’t let male athletes take over their sports and steal their trophies, records and scholarships.

This will only go on as long as the female athletes keep going along with it. Let’s hope that 2024 will bring an end to this insane denial of biological reality, as female athletes finally stand up for themselves and their sports and “Just Say No” to men cheating them out of their rights.


“Huckabee” Preview

I hope you’re having a safe, fun-filled, blessed and not too fattening Thanksgiving break, and you can extend the fun tonight by joining me for a brand new episode of “Huckabee” on TBN. I’ll talk about the latest news with Sen. Rand Paul and Morton Klein, president of the Zionist Organization of America. You’ll be amazed and inspired by Alex Nsengimana, who survived the Rwandan genocide and is now bringing hope and faith to other orphans through Samaritan’s Purse’s Operation Christmas Child shoebox gift program (now is a perfect time to help: I’ll also welcome one of our favorite comedians, Mickey Bell. And to help us kick off the Christmas season in style, Barry and Dari Anne Amato are back with another festive number from their hit holiday stage show, “We Need A LOT of Christmas!”

So make a turkey sandwich and join us in front of the TV tonight at 9 EST/8 CST on TBN. To find out how to watch TBN, from local cable and broadcast channels to streaming, visit and click on “Channel Finder” on the top menu. You can stream previous episodes, highlights and online-only “Digital Exclusives,” including extended interviews, “In Case You Missed It” and “Facts of the Matter” segments, plus extra performances by our great musical and comedy guests and links to all their sites, at You can also find past shows, highlights and digital exclusives on YouTube and my Facebook page.

A “Warm War”

This past Friday, President Biden outrageously invoked a Cold War era law (he’s waging war on the climate now, so apparently this is a “Warm War”) to dump taxpayer money into the domestic manufacture of electric heat pumps to replace gas heaters. To be fair, I’ve heard that those can actually work very well. That is, until we’re having a blizzard and the power grid powered by solar panels and windmills shuts down.

Wrong again, Gavin

California Gov. Gavin Newsom seems incapable of making his state livable, so he’s been spending a lot of time slamming states to which his former residents are moving. In his latest self-own, he took to Twitter (X) to claim that Murfreesboro, Tennessee, had “banned being gay in public.”

Actually, the city council already unanimously repealed a 70-year-old ordinance banning homosexuality. The new ordinance bans "indecent exposure, public indecency, lewd behavior, nudity or sexual conduct." But thanks, Gavin, for telling us all how you define what it means to be gay in public. I think he might be spending too much time in San Francisco.

Welcome to LA

Welcome to late-stage Los Angeles, where criminals are repeatedly released to prey on the public, but where a law-abiding citizen has his concealed carry permit revoked because he used his firearm to defend his home and family from would-be robbers. I guess liberals really do believe the Second Amendment only exists to protect duck hunting.

Britney Spears

I wouldn’t normally be writing about a topic like a memoir by pop star Britney Spears, but her new book contains a news-making revelation that not only shocked fans, it should also be shared with all young women who are lied to by the abortion lobby in so many ways.

Maybe if they read Britney’s own tragic story of what she went through when she was pressured into an unwanted abortion – both the never-ending feeling of loss and guilt from aborting her baby and the horrific physical pain and terror caused by the abortion pill (something abortion proponents don’t like to warn women about) – they’ll listen with a more open mind than when the message comes from politicians or activists.



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  • stephen russell

    11/26/2023 09:38 AM

    Will Hamas rerun Iran: Nov 1979 to Jan 1981??
    For OUR hostages