September 17, 2018


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Today's Commentary --- Three legal experts take on the special counsel -- Carolinas update -- Instead of tweeting, Presidential "fireside chats" --- what do you think? -- There is no denying what Sinema thinks -- Jimmy Carter speaks up -- New Film -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse


Thanks for all the comments. I especially like the positive response to my call to action, “Tear down this ‘deep state’ wall!” Very Reaganesque.

Here’s an interesting question from Richrd Payne: “All we ever talk about is Strzok and Page. Isn’t anyone else guilty?”

Oh my goodness, yes. The reason Strzok and Page have been in the headlines (at least my headlines) every day for almost a week is that their texts from the period IG Michael Horowitz called a “gap” are suddenly trickling out. In fact, their texts show that they were not operating in a vacuum. They implicate others with whom they worked, referring specifically to “Andy’s office” and coordination within the Justice Department --- a “media leaking strategy” with the DOJ. (Despite the ridiculous claim that Strzok’s lawyer tried to make, it’s easy to see from the context that they were talking about a strategy not to STOP leaks, but to CREATE them.) As more text messages come out, they will no doubt add to the larger picture of what’s been going on at the Justice Department in recent years.



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Carolinas update

By Mike Huckabee

The Carolinas continued to be lashed with heavy rain from Hurricane Florence over the weekend, and the flooding isn’t likely to end anytime soon.  The latest death toll stands at 17, after a three-year-old child was killed in Dallas, North Carolina, when a large pine tree fell onto a mobile home Sunday.  I hope that everyone will pray for the victims and their families, and for all those who are still in danger from the storm, especially the brave emergency workers who are risking their own lives to save others.

If you are in the path of the flooding, please don’t leave your home unless ordered to evacuate.  And if you have to leave, take your pets with you. Here are some shocking stories of what can happen to pets left behind, and the heroic efforts made by rescue workers to save them.


Instead of tweeting, Presidential "fireside chats" --- what do you think?

By Mike Huckabee

While going through more reader comments over the weekend, I found a couple of them that would be especially good to highlight, as, taken together, they make their point even more strongly than either does alone.

The first is from Sheila Wiegman, about the President’s tweeting:

“Mr. Huckabee, if you get a chance to talk to President Trump, could you pass along my plea to him to stop tweeting about Puerto Rico? We get it, he disagrees with the numbers that were arrived at using an algorithm. I have been a supporter since day one and I'm concerned all his negative tweeting will continue to overshadow all the wonderful things that he has achieved and could continue to achieve. He's being tough where he doesn't need to be. Let us defend him with our votes. If the Dems get back in power we are done for. Also, please let him know I pray for him and our country every night. Thank you.”



There is no denying what Sinema thinks

By Mike Huckabee

Now, this is an example of how a political figure’s past can come back to haunt them, based on actual proof.  In the Arizona Senate race, Republican Martha McSally is neck-and-neck in the polls with Democratic Rep. Krysten Sinema.  McSally’s campaign had slammed Sinema for her history as an anti-war activist who denigrated US troops in the Middle East as terrorists.  But Sinema’s campaign weathered that by denying it and claiming that while she opposed the war, she's a moderate who has always supported US troops.

That just became a much harder sell after the world’s biggest “permanent record,” the Internet Archive’s “Wayback Machine” that archives long-deleted web pages, yielded some fliers made by an anti-war group run by Sinema in the early 2000s.  It’s the kind of stuff that makes Michael Moore look mealy-mouthed: rants against “Bush and his fascist, imperialist war;” slogans such as “My President Is A Psychopath” and “We Burn Stuff” (written on an American flag); and most disgusting of all, a cartoon of a US soldier as a skeleton with the caption, “You can help us push back U.S. terror in Iraq and the Middle East.”

Sinema’s campaign insists the charges of her not always supporting the troops are false allegations and the issue is settled.  Unfortunately for them, among stuff that doesn’t burn are the records retained forever on the Internet.



Jimmy Carter speaks up

By Mike Huckabee

The RNC should send former Present Jimmy Carter a thank-you card for his in-kind contribution to reelect Republicans.  Speaking at Emory University, Carter issued a blanket condemnation of President Trump, saying he would change every single policy initiated by him.  I’m fairly certain any Democrat would do the same.  So remember, if you want to exchange a booming economy, lots of jobs, national security, improving trade deals and strength against our enemies for the way things were under Jimmy Carter, just vote the Democrats back in.

Incidentally, for all you young people who don’t remember just how popular Jimmy Carter’s policies were with Americans, here’s a little reminder from “The Simpsons.”


New Film

By Mike Huckabee

Mark your calendar: the creators of the Internet sensation “Clinton Cash” have a new film coming out called “Trump @ War,” chronicling the media and DC establishment war against the Trump Administration.  This Tuesday at 8 p.m. EST, the Western Journal is hosting a free online showing before it goes to theaters.  But you’ll need an invite code to see it, and at this writing, only 4000 of the 10,000 available are left.  To get yours, and to see the trailer, hurry now to


Evening Edition - September 15

By Mike Huckabee

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


Daily Verse

"And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men; Knowing that of the Lord ye shall receive the reward of the inheritance: for ye serve the Lord Christ."

- Colossians 3:23-24

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  • David Colonna

    09/18/2018 12:35 PM

    Can you please explain yea in plain English why Jimmy Carter a supposedly strong Christian believer, support the Democratic party with their very immoral and anti-BIBICAL beliefs. It just does not make any logical sense of Jimmy and his whole family supporting a party run by the Devil or under Satan's control. Please shed some insight for all of us to understand.

  • Chuck H

    09/17/2018 01:46 PM

    Jimmy Carter,no one cares what you think.You are a has been,an insignificant blot on American history.You ought to be eternally thankful to Barack Hussein Obama,for without him you would hold title as the worst President in recent history.But thanks to Big Zero,you're now only the Second worst President.Sit down and shut up Jimma,no one wants to hear from You!