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May 9, 2022

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Blessings on you and your family, and from all the Huckabee staff!

Tonight's newsletter includes: 

  • Soros gets involved
  • Changes at Twitter
  • Hopeful sign
  • And more…


Mike Huckabee


For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.

Jeremiah 29:11

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Hopeful sign

Saturday, school board elections were held in four suburban school districts around Fort Worth, Texas. There were ten seats. Candidates backed by a conservative parents’ organization that opposes racist Critical Race Theory and other politicized indoctrination of children won all 10 races and ousted three incumbents.

I think that maybe Americans have finally woken up to the horrible damage that can be wrought when voters ignore local races. That leaves them open for leftists to move in like termites and bring down the whole structure. Whether it’s school boards filling kids’ heads with anti-American propaganda or DA’s filling the streets with criminals, those “small” local races that can cause big problems if the wrong people win due to low turnout and voter disinterest. It’s great to see that voters have finally realized where the termites are getting in, and they’re plugging up the entry points.

Soros gets involved

If you live in a city where the prosecutor’s election was backed by money from George Soros or one of his shady PACs, then there’s a good chance crime is running rampant and your standard of living and personal safety have taken a nosedive. Soros is notorious for backing open borders and empty prisons. It’s why there’s now a nationwide movement to “Recall every Soros-backed prosecutor.” But there is one way in which you can avoid all that pain and trouble: Don’t elect anyone backed by George Soros to any office in the first place!

To help you with that, here are two stories to read and remember:

1. Attention, Georgia voters: Soros has donated $1 million to elect Stacey Abrams to be your Governor.

2. Attention, fellow Arkansans: A PAC funded exclusively by George Soros has spent $100,000 so far promoting the election of Alicia Walton as prosecutor of Perry and Pulaski Counties (Little Rock is in Pulaski County.)

Walton says she wants to empower victims, but she also says a lot of other things that Soros-backed DA’s have said, like that she wants to “dismantle the school to prison pipeline,” “provide more diversionary programs for those with mental health and substance abuse challenges,” and “provide a pathway for offenders to seek redemption.” All well and good, but if they want redemption, they should go to church. And too often, promises of "diversion programs" have resulted in simply diverting offenders from jail right back into the streets to prey on the public again and again.

As the Washington Examiner notes, “Soros has contributed more than $29 million in support of over 20 liberal district attorneys since 2016, according to the Capital Research Center. Many of the prosecutors who won their elections thanks in part to contributions by Soros have presided over significant crime waves in their cities after assuming office.”

I and many others worked too hard to help make Little Rock a safe and beautiful city. I don’t want it to turn into the Los Angeles of Arkansas. So here’s an easy rule of thumb for voters:

Think of the backing of George Soros as being the financial equivalent of the skull and crossbones warning on a bottle of poison.

Esper’s memoir

Former Trump Defense Secretary Mark Esper has an unflattering memoir coming out, and he appeared on “60 Minutes” where his accusations against Trump found an eager audience. But you didn’t really think that Trump would let that pass without comment, did you? Bonus: we learn that, yes, Trump did give him a demeaning nickname.

Pennsylvania polls

There’s been a shift in polling in the Pennsylvania Senate race, where former President Trump’s endorsement of Dr. Oz doesn’t seem to be carrying as much weight as it has for other candidates. This link has more, including a debunking of a false smear against the candidate who seems to be moving up, Kathy Barnette.

Disturbing stories

Alex Parker at has a round-up of disturbing stories that suggest the leaders of many Christian universities are either confused or hostile to the basic tenets of Christianity.

How do you become the administrators of a Christian university without ever reading John 14:6? “Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.” He didn't say you get there by "praying to the great Queer One," who's a "drag queen and trans man."

Changes at Twitter

Elon Musk isn’t just determined to make Twitter free again, he’s also making it interesting again.

Musk also revealed his plans for Twitter’s future. He plans to quintuple Twitter’s revenues by reducing reliance on advertising and offering a premium Twitter Blue service for $3 a month that he thinks will attract 69 million subscribers by 2025. And while he plans thousands of new hires, mostly in engineering, over the next few years, he also plans to almost immediately fire 1,000 people. If those are the right 1,000 people, then Twitter might be worth $3 a month to me.


How the great advances in ultrasound technology transformed the abortion debate by blowing away claims from the “party of science” that a child in the womb is just a clump of cells.

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