Today's Newsletter November 29 Edition

November 29, 2017

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Today's Commentary:  John Conyers update -- Who do you want driving the truck? -- No shows-- Award nominations -- Vanity Fair tries it's hand at fake news -- Federal judge agrees -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries

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The longest-serving (and self-serving) member of Congress, Democratic Rep. John Conyers, announced that he’s stepping down (temporarily, we assume and he hopes) from his position as the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee, following a rising number of accusations related to sexual misconduct around female staffers and misuse of taxpayer funds to pay off alleged victims.

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Who do you want driving the truck?

By Mike Huckabee

I saw a Democratic spokesman on Fox News pushing the party line that we need to deal with this using the same type of wingtip diplomacy that’s prevailed throughout the past 20 or so years, as North Korea built nuclear reactors, threw out weapons inspectors, began developing nuclear weapons and started building and testing bombs and ICBMs. So now, the question is, “How many cities have to be vaporized before we finally realize how stupid ‘smart diplomacy’ has been?”

To make an analogy: Suppose you had hired someone to drive a truck full of TNT, and as you sat in the passenger seat, he ignored all warning signs and slowly drove the truck toward a high cliff. He then inched the front wheels beyond the cliff’s edge. You are now dangling over the cliff. He suggests that the wise thing to do is to keep moving forward in the same direction. Do you let him? Or do you kick him out from behind the steering wheel and floor it into reverse before he gets you and everyone else blown to bits?

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No shows

By Mike Huckabee

Once again prompting the eternal question, “What are we paying these people for?”: Yesterday, Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer failed to show up at the White House for a meeting with President Trump, Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell to try to reach some bipartisan agreement on the budget and tax reform.

Pelosi and Schumer got their noses out of joint (that would explain why Schumer seems incapable of pushing his glasses any higher than the end of his nose) after Trump tweeted that he didn’t see the likelihood of a deal, considering they’re weak on crime and want illegal immigrants flooding in and substantially higher taxes.

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Award nominations

By Mike Huckabee

Many in the media are talking about how Monday’s Grammy nominations surprisingly “snubbed” pop artists in favor of edgy, foul-mouthed rap and hip-hop stars, such as Jay-Z. Not really a surprise, considering the formula for modern showbiz accolades: Setting the question of talent completely aside, who is most likely to say something controversial or anti-Trump? Here’s your award nomination.

By the way, that also includes a nomination for Best Spoken Word Album for Bernie Sanders reading his spellbinding socialist campaign manifesto in his famously dulcet tones.

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Vanity Fair tries it's hand at fake news

By Mike Huckabee

Today’s Fake News Alert comes courtesy of Vanity Fair, which relied on unnamed sources for a story claiming that Melania Trump doesn’t like being First Lady and never expected Donald to win, despite firsthand quotes to the contrary. You can read the Trumps’ personal rebuttal to Vanity Fair’s biased mind-reading act at the link.

For years, some conservative pundits have been urging deep-pockets donors to take some of the money they waste on ineffectual PACs and use it to buy a top-name fashion/lifestyle magazine, so there would finally be a women’s magazine that doesn’t relentlessly promote the Democratic Party line. I don’t know how much Vanity Fair would cost, but there are a number of print publications circling the bowl and ripe for purchase. The one thing their publishers have never dreamed of trying is printing content that doesn’t constantly insult the political beliefs and values of tens of millions of conservative American women. For a conservative investor, it could be a win-win.

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Federal judge agrees

A federal judge agreed with other government legal experts that President Trump has the right to appoint a new acting head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, rather than allowing the outgoing Obama appointee to name his own successor. You don’t get to be in charge in Washington just because someone who used to be in charge wants you to take over his job. I believe that was also the only reason Hillary Clinton ever offered for voting for her.

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Additional commentaries by Mike Huckabee

John Conyers update

The UK equivalent of the Girl Scouts just upset everyone

CFPB food fight

All of North Korea is a prison

Latest examples of media bias

South Korea trolls North Korea over defector

Supreme Court takes up California free speech case



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Comments 1-2 of 2

  • Lynn Pallotta

    12/03/2017 06:45 PM

    I usually vote for whom I feel will be the best president. I will never vote for crybaby democrats!!! Sick of them and all blood suckers in gov't.

  • Donald R. Heath

    11/29/2017 02:02 PM

    Mr. Huckabee I enjoy your newsletter very much. I also love your sense of humor and tongue in cheek comments. Keep up the good work.