January 25, 2018


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Today's Commentary: Harvard: Christianity growing stronger in America -- Kabul attack-- Richards to step down -- Justice Dept. reminds sanctuary cities -- Unicorns  -- President Trump cracks down on crime -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries


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It’s taken as an article of faith among atheists that America, like much of Europe, is becoming more secular and gradually abandoning its religious faith. Well, just as it was 2000 years ago, reports of the death of Christ will have to be retracted.

As noted by Glenn Stanton of Focus on the Family, studies by Harvard University and Indiana University Bloomington discovered that religious faith is just one more way in which America is an exceptional nation. The idea that people are abandoning the Christian faith is based on losses of membership among large, mainstream churches. But it turns out that people aren’t abandoning religious faith, they’re just switching to smaller, independent churches.


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Kabul attack

By Mike Huckabee

Over the weekend, six Taliban gunmen in suicide vests invaded the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul, Afghanistan, and began firing on guests, specifically targeting foreigners. By the time the Taliban were all killed, the siege had lasted 13 hours, leaving 22 people dead, 14 of them foreigners. Their countries of origin have now been revealed, and we know that the victims include four dead Americans and two others who were wounded. I hope that you will remember all the victims and their families in your prayers.


Richards to step down

By Mike Huckabee

Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards is reportedly planning to step down. Her 10-year reign saw the organization shifting more and more from providing women’s health care services toward becoming America’s biggest abortion chain. It’s not clear what she plans to do next, but I shudder to think what a resume that includes over 3.5 million babies killed would qualify her for.

But I believe in redemption, so I hope and pray that after walking away from that shameful legacy, that Ms Richards will realize what she was part of, experience a change of heart and start working to provide positive, pro-life help to women with problem pregnancies, like my friend Carol Everett, who went from operating abortion clinics to founding the Heidi Group. Admittedly, I have more prayer than hope of that, but miracles do happen.


Justice department reminds sanctuary cities

By Mike Huckabee

The Justice Department is reportedly about to send a stark reminder to officials in 23 major “sanctuary cities” who are defying federal immigration laws that we had this debate about whether state or federal laws are supreme back in the 1860s, and their side lost.


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By Mike Huckabee

Having first refused to read the Devin Nunes FISA memo and voted not to release it, then declared it biased and misleading (a neat trick, not having read it), some Congressional Democrats are now reportedly writing their own memo. It’s not yet clear what it will say, but I think we can guess that it will claim the much-maligned, totally-professional top officials at the FBI have bravely been battling slander and propaganda as they heroically work to bring down Putin puppet Donald Trump. I’m also guessing it will claim they ride unicorns to work.


President Trump cracks down on crime

By Mike Huckabee

FBI data released this week shows that President Trump is keeping his promise to crack down on crime. During the first six months of 2017, violent crime fell 0.8 percentage points from the same period the year before. Rapes fell by 2.4% (interesting in light of last weekend's virulently anti-Trump Women's March), robberies by 2.2% and property crimes by 2.9%. Attorney General Jeff Sessions credited the improvements to increased law enforcement, taking administrative shackles off prosecutors, and restoring support and boosting morale of police, who have been under siege for the past few years.

Although if Democrats would like to deny Trump credit for the drop in crime, maybe they could credit it instead to the economy being so much better and so many more people finding jobs… Oh wait. Never mind.


Additional Commentaries

Even Strzok and Page thought there was no "there" there

About that Sessions, FBI resignation story...

Harvard: Christianity growing stronger in America

Obama shutdown comments

Chuck Schumer draws a false equivalency

The Women's March

A frivolous argument for privacy - My weekend monologue

California resisting federal crackdown


Generation Z goes adrift

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  • John Clark

    01/25/2018 12:39 PM

    In Hillary's words, if anyone is "deplorable" it is the mayors of these 23 major cities who are saying it is okay to allow illegals and criminals to come in and take sanctuary in their communities. How can any mayor in his or her right mind allow this? It certainly is not Trump that is mentally ill and unfit for office, like the liberals and Trump bashers like to say. It is these mayors who are. Seriously! But, are the legal and law abiding citizens of these cities rising up and storming city hall? If not, why not? They should be making the mayors' life so miserable that he or she will have no choice but to reverse their decision.