September 26, 2018


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Today's Commentary --- This is why the left has to keep the hate going -- Today's Must Read -- Huck PAC invests in conservative candidates -- NSA contractor gets sentence -- 4 Pinocchios -- "Gosnell" -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse


In George Orwell’s masterpiece “1984,” perhaps the ultimate horror novel, all citizens of Oceania participated in a daily group ritual in front of their telescreens called the “Two Minutes Hate.” It was designed to feed the mob frenzy by focusing everyone’s rage against one despicable human target, who was blamed for every perceived injustice or slight, real or imagined (no one knew the difference and it didn’t matter). This is what happens to people who are caught in the psychological grip of a mob mentality.

Orwell writes: “The horrible thing about the Two Minutes Hate was not that one was obliged to act a part, but that it was impossible to avoid joining in. Within thirty seconds, any pretense was always unnecessary. A hideous ecstasy of fear and vindictiveness, a desire to kill, to torture, to smash faces in with a sledge hammer, seemed to flow through the whole group of people like an electric current, turning one even against one’s will into a grimacing, screaming lunatic. And yet the rage that one felt was an abstract, undirected emotion which could be switched from one object to another like the flame of a blowlamp.”

It’s almost impossible to look at recent instances of outrageous mob behavior on the part of the left without thinking of this scene. The word “Orwellian” seems more appropriate than ever today on a variety of progressive fronts, from the creeping alteration of language –- the very concept of “political correctness” stems from Orwell –- to the takeover by technology giants of the flow of information, to the obliteration and rewriting of history, to the dumbing-down of popular culture, to the watchful eye of ever-present cameras, to the capacity for monitoring every keystroke through technological means more powerful and encompassing than Orwell ever imagined. Even the “Junior Anti-Sex League” has some parallels on college campuses today. But our focus for today will be mob psychology.



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Today's Must Read

By Mike Huckabee

Here's today’s must-read in preparation for the Ford-Kavanaugh hearing scheduled for Thursday that may or may not happen, depending on the accuser’s ever-changing demands. An attorney specializing in labor and employment law offers 10 red flags that an accusation of sexual assault might be false. They might give you a feeling of déjà vu because reading them is like looking back over the headlines of the Kavanaugh accusation story from the past week.  


Huck PAC invests in conservative candidates

By Mike Huckabee

Thanks to the generosity of thousands of grassroots supporters, Huck PAC has donated $45,000 to conservatives running for the U.S. House.  

U.S. House Candidates:

French Hill for Congress $5,000

Steve Womack for Congress $2,500

Bruce Westermann for Congress $2,500

Rick Crawford for Congress $2,500

Matt Gaetz for Congress $5,000

David Kustoff for Congress $2,500

Chuck Fleischmann for Congress $2,500

Neal Dunn for Congress $2,500

Mark Harris for Congress $5,000

Cathy McMorris Rodgers for Congress $2,500 

Mimi Walters for Congress $2,500 

Carol Miller for Congress $2,500 

Claudia Tenney for Congress $2,500 

Steve Chabot for Congress $2,500 

Lena Epstein for Congress $2,500 

Total $45,000


NSA contractor gets sentence

By Mike Huckabee

Former National Security Agency software developer Nghia Hoang Pho has been sentenced to five years in prison plus three years of supervised release after pleading guilty to one count of willful retention of national defense information.  That means he took classified NSA documents from work and stored them in his home, where they were not secure.  Five years in prison for one count is actually fairly lenient, considering he could have gotten 10 years under federal law.

The big question is: Where did they find an unreasonable federal prosecutor to make the case against him?  I ask because according to the former FBI Director, “no reasonable prosecutor” would ever press charges against a federal employee for storing classified information in an unsecure place.



4 Pinocchios

By Mike Huckabee

Political debates often turn on spin, shading and putting the best possible nuance on your point of view to sway voters.  But when you once caused a DUI traffic accident while staggering drunk and left the scene, then claim at the debate that you didn’t leave the scene, even if you’re a liberal media darling, the Washington Post still calls that a 4-Pinocchio whopper.

One interesting side note, if you read between the lines of WaPo’s fact check: “Perhaps in his memory, O’Rourke believes he did not try to leave. But, given his blood alcohol content at the time of the crash, O’Rourke’s memory 20 years after the fact is not nearly as credible as the police reports written just hours after the crash.”  So the Washington Post is suggesting that memories recalled from decades before, at a time when you were drunk, are not reliable as evidence?  You’d never know that from their coverage of the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh.



By Mike Huckabee

Need one more reason to see the new movie, “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Worst Serial Killer”?  Try this: Planned Parenthood desperately wants to prevent you from seeing it.


Evening Edition - September 25

By Mike Huckabee

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


Daily Verse

"When thou passest through the waters, 
I will be with thee; 
and through the rivers, 
they shall not overflow thee: 
when thou walkest through the fire, 
thou shalt not be burned; 
neither shall the flame kindle upon thee."

- Isaiah 43:2

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  • John Parker

    09/26/2018 03:17 PM

    I've been busy writing Louisiana's John Kennedy, my Senator, to demand that he support a good faith investigation by the FBI into the Dr. Ford allegations against Kavanaugh. I have also appealed to Jeff Flake to be courageous and stop the nomination from getting out of Committee. I have not forgotten you, though. You're still the same dispicable Antichrist that you have always been. REPENT!

  • Joe Lyddon

    09/26/2018 02:17 PM

    I left a Comment & was told that it was being reviewed...

    How long does it take to be reviewed?

    Do you EVER really Post a COMMENT from anyone??

    Thank you,
    Joe Lyddon

  • Joe Lyddon

    09/26/2018 01:43 PM

    Selecting a New Supreme Court Justice

    This PURE B. S. must STOP... Right NOW!

    It is very obvious that this is ONLY a Scheme to DELAY & DELAY, without any TRUE justifications, the voting for our next Supreme Court Justice and ONLY a political practice to ONLY DELAY!

    An Executive Order should be issued by the President that establishes Rules & Procedures controlling the Nomination of, submitting sworn TRUE evidence within given time limits, Hearing procedures of receiving said evidence in a true Courtroom-like manner, followed by Final Voting for a New Court Justice.

    If ANY sworn evidence is found to be Manufactured and NOT TRUE, everyone involved with the Evidence shall be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law for Perjury and disbarred / punished according to that described within this executive order.

    THIS WOULD PUT A STOP to this Con-Game playing CRAP!

    Mike Huckabee, could this happen? Would this solve the problem?
    It seems to me that in the Selection Process, mere worthless allegations should NOT be allowed and ALL arguments should be handled as in a full fledged COURTROOM and it's rule of law.

    Thank you!