October 23, 2018


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Today's Commentary --- 20 questions for Rod Rosenstein -- Unintended consequences -- Atheist group targets Louisiana Police Department -- Words matter -- Absurd ideas -- The Baltic Experience 2019 -- Sinema is "Far Side" crazy -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse


Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is scheduled to give testimony on Wednesday under unusual conditions. The meeting will take place in a secure “safe room” to help guard against classified leaks, and questioning will come from only four people representing the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform Committees, two Republicans and two Democrats. Even Mark Meadows and Jim Jordan, members of the House Freedom Caucus, will not be in the room, but they get to submit questions and they’ve been promised that those questions will be asked.

The idea, in theory, is to make it possible to widen the scope of the questioning as far as possible. So, as long as the questioning is being opened up and questions by others can be submitted, here's another just-for-fun list of questions, this time for Rosenstein. Here we go…



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Unintended consequences

By Mike Huckabee

Some leftist PC warriors who have been politicizing and weaponizing the legal system for years, suing people for doing things they don’t like (such as free association), are discovering that the blindfold Lady Justice wears means that the weapon they created can also be turned against their side.  And sometimes, the people wielding it can be just as unreasonable as the people who created it.  But that doesn’t mean they don’t have the letter of the law on their side.

Note: This article is very biased and tries to dismiss all complaints of discrimination against men by tying them in with this lone nutjob (it justifies that by quoting a sitcom and whining about “toxic masculinity,” to give you an idea of the slant), but it does contain the facts of the case, if you can pick them out of all the snideness and virtue signaling.


Atheist group targets Louisiana Police Department

By Mike Huckabee

The latest target of the Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation (a group of atheists with far too much time and money on their hands) is the Shreveport, Louisiana, police department.  After getting the usual lawsuit threat from the atheists, who always feel horribly threatened by news that people they’ve never met are expressing their religious beliefs somewhere a thousand miles away, the police department announced that it will no longer host prayer vigils meant to help heal the community after violent crimes, or promote them on Facebook or by department press releases.

But three cheers for volunteer police chaplain Debra Kelly, who said that while the promotions may be stopped, the prayer vigils will continue.  She hosted one at her church in July after four people were killed in violent crimes.  Three hundred people showed up, and she’s continued to host one every month, and will keep on doing so.  She said, “We’re still going to have prayer vigils, and we’re still going to pray, and we’re still going to encourage our community to come together, and we’re not going to worry about what some group in Wisconsin is going to make noise about.”

My solution would be to invite those atheists to come down to Shreveport and ride along with the police and walk up to the doors with them as they answer those violent crime 911 calls.  I have a feeling that would cure them of their hostility to prayer pretty quickly.


Words matter

By Mike Huckabee

That growing caravan of Central American (and now Mexican) migrants that plans to barge across our border could run into a natural barrier they weren’t counting on.  Hurricane Willa, is on track to slam into Mexico’s western coast and bisect the path of the caravan with hazardous winds, rain and washed-out roads.  Cue liberals blaming President Trump's pulling out of the Paris CO2 Accords as a fiendish plan to whip up more hurricanes to stop illegal immigration.

Meanwhile, the A.P. caved to liberal “OUTRAGE” and changed a headline in which they referred to the approximately 7,000-strong caravan as an “army” of migrants.  According to the liberals, this was offensive because it reinforced a racist, fascist image of them as “invaders” rather than “refugees” escaping their homeland. As one scolded, “Words matter.”

Okay, if they want to get all picky about how words mean things and stuff: as “refugees,” they escaped their homelands as soon as they crossed into Mexico.  They didn’t need to continue onward for hundreds of miles to enter the US to be refugees.  Also, we have a process for dealing with actual refugees, and they’ve made it clear they have no intention of complying with it.  They’ve said they’re going to “knock down any door” that gets into their way and come across our border en masse whether we like it or not. 

You know what sounds like? An “invading army.”


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Absurd ideas

By Mike Huckabee

The New York Times reacted with front page shock and horror to news that the Trump Administration is considering defining gender as an immutable biological condition determined before birth by whether you have a Y chromosome or not, not by how you feel about yourself – you know, the way it was understood for thousands of years up until the Obama Administration came along and ripped the M’s and W’s off all the bathroom doors. 

Of course, the Times editors are all a-flutter over that.  One more example of George Orwell’s dictum that there are some ideas so absurd that only intellectuals can believe them.


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Sinema is "Far Side" crazy

By Mike Huckabee

Here’s a riddle for you: How is Arizona’s Democratic Senate nominee Krysten Sinema like a “Far Side” calendar?  Because both bring us something hilariously crazy every day of the week.

Today’s offering from Rep. Sinema was unearthed by the Federalist magazine from a now-defunct periodical in 2006.  She’s quoted as calling conservatives “Neanderthals” and saying that stay-at-home moms are “leeching off their husbands or boyfriends,” and the idea that choosing to live that way is some sort of feminism is “bull (BLEEP).”  She later claimed she was just being “sarcastic,” which is still not that great an attitude to have toward stay-at-home moms. 

If you think I’m bringing you too many reports of the bizarre and hostile-to-her-own-state comments of Rep. Sinema, I do apologize.  But I am trying hard to hold it down to only one a day.  This reminds me of a story told to me by a friend in the ‘90s.  His brother, who was a local TV news anchor, told him that he ran a Clinton scandal story every day.  My friend asked if that wasn’t media bias.  His brother replied, “No, I get five a day.  If I were biased, I’d run ‘em all.”


Evening Edition - October 20

By Mike Huckabee

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


Daily Verse

"The liberal soul shall be made fat: 
and he that watereth shall be watered also himself."

- Proverbs 11:25

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