July 22, 2018


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Today's Commentary: What if Strzok and Page had never texted? -- Guardians of thought control -- "Huckabee" preview -- A special anniversary -- Justice department settles -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse


POLL:  Should President Trump have met with Vladimir Putin?


Imagine what the Mueller special counsel investigation might be like now if Peter Strzok and Lisa Page had refrained from texting each other on their official FBI phones.

Strzok and Page would still, of course, have the same hatred for Trump –- we just wouldn’t be aware of it. It would be a SECRET. It would be something they shared privately during five-hour lunches, and we wouldn’t be talking about it now. Presumably, Strzok would still be working with the special counsel team to bring down the President, right alongside the other fervently pro-Hillary attorneys and pit-bull investigators appointed by the “non-partisan” prosecutor Robert Mueller.



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Guardians of thought control

By Mike Huckabee

President Trump’s critics thought that “releasing the hounds” was a smart strategy, but mad dogs have a way of turning on you. So far, Trump has simply ignored their many attacks on him for his non-PC micro- and macro-aggressions, while liberal hypocrites like Harvey Weinstein are the ones getting mauled.

Now, yet another outspoken Hollywood “progressive” just got turned into Purina Dog Chow. Director James Gunn has made a star cruiser full of money for Disney with the “Guardians of the Galaxy” franchise, and his bosses didn’t seem to mind when he filled his Twitter feed with rabidly anti-Trump tweets. But then, conservatives who’ve learned to play this “weaponize your past statements” game, started digging up and exposing his old, deleted tweets. And that got the Golden Goose of the Galaxy fired.




"Huckabee" preview

By Mike Huckabee

Take a break from the summer heat tonight with another cool episode of “Huckabee” on TBN!  I’ll have an exclusive interview with Vice President Mike Pence, introduce you to an inspiring Huck’s Hero, talk to country-rock legend Charlie Daniels about a project he’s doing for veterans, and rock out with Dennis Tufano, original lead singer of the classic ‘60s group The Buckinghams, as he gets everyone up and dancing with the band’s all-time greatest hits.  All this and a lot more is coming your way tonight at 8 EST, 7 CST (repeated at 11 EST), only on TBN. For a local channel locator and to see previous clips and complete shows, visit   


POLL:  Should President Trump have met with Vladimir Putin?


A special anniversary

By Mike Huckabee

Yesterday marked 49 years since President Kennedy’s vision of a man landing on the moon became a reality thanks to NASA and the brave crew of Apollo 11.  I watched Neil Armstrong’s giant leap for mankind live, on our family’s black and white TV, as Walter Cronkite explained this miracle of science to the viewers.

At the link, some must-see photos of that historic landing as you’ve probably never seen it before.  Most people associate that landing with the ghostly images from TVs of the time.  But these are photos taken by the astronauts themselves, in full color and high resolution.  This is exactly what it looked like to Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin when they left the first human footprints on the surface of the moon.

Growing up in Hope, Arkansas, I knew all the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo astronauts by name and watched every launch.  There were critics of the space program then and now, but I believe it’s one of America’s great legacies, and one of the few examples of Washington “investing our tax dollars” in something that was a genuine investment, the kind that actually pays dividends.  If you’ve ever had laser surgery, GPS, a cell phone, a PC, satellite TV, steel belted radials, a dust buster or countless other tech items, then thank the space program.  Maybe cures for Alzheimer’s or heart disease will be next. Our astronauts are true heroes.  And every day we live better because of them.

I’m happy to see that President Trump is continuing the call to reach out into space.  But we should support space exploration not just for the benefits, but because exploring is a God-given drive.  Without that voice inside that tells us to keep reaching out and searching and striving to find something better, we not only wouldn't have reached the moon, there wouldn’t even be an America. 


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Justice department settles

By Mike Huckabee

A couple of weeks ago, the Justice Department announced the settlement of a lawsuit in favor of Cody Wilson, founder of Defense Distributed.  In 2013, the Obama Justice Department threatened him with criminal prosecution because he successfully designed a blueprint for making a plastic gun on a 3-D printer and let people download it from his website.  The threat was futile because the file immediately spread all over the Internet.  In the settlement, the government caved, acknowledging that Wilson has a First Amendment right to distribute a file he created in any way, just as if he’d written a book or song.  They also agreed to pay $40,000 of his legal costs.

The news got very little press coverage, but at the link, gun researcher John Lott explains why it’s monumental and effectively spells the end of gun control via trying to control the supply or possession of guns.  If anyone can download a file and create a gun on a 3-D printer, then it’s pointless to try to stop crime by stringent controls on gun sales (not that a gun law being pointless would stop gun control activists from championing it.)  It might take years for reality to sink in, but maybe this will be the first step toward authorities figuring out that to stop criminals, terrorists and mass shooters, we have to focus on the software in the brain, not the hardware in the hand.


Evening Edition - July 20

By Mike Huckabee

A wrap-up of all the news you might have missed yesterday!


Daily Verse

"And though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries, and all knowledge; and though I have all faith, so that I could remove mountains, and have not charity, I am nothing."

-1 Corinthians 13:2

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