Today's Newsletter November 15 Edition

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Today's Commentary:  Reconsidering the Clintons -- Trojan horse candidate -- Remember Bob Menendez -- Congress does about-face -- Hannity says stop -- Trump brings them home -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries

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How can you tell that the Clintons’ time of running the Democratic Party as their personal syndicate is finally coming to an end? Donna Brazile made the first cracks in the wall, but Clinton minions still came swooping down to trash her and patch over the cracks with spin and excuses. But now, the big wrecking ball may be starting to swing. Liberal media commentators and outlets such as the New York Times are at long last admitting that the women who made accusations of sexual harassment and abuse against Bill Clinton perhaps deserved to be listened to. Especially Juanita Broaddrick, who has never wavered in her account of being the victim of violent rape, yet has been ignored and dismissed for years.

Throughout the 2016 campaign, Hillary ran as a champion of women who claimed that all sex abuse accusers deserve to be believed. Yet on the rare occasions when anyone dared bring up her husband’s accusers and her part in smearing and discrediting them, she airily dismissed those accusations as ancient history that had been “litigated” long ago (I’m aware of only one that got as far as litigation, Paula Jones’; and despite partisans’ claims that she was lying, she received an $850,000 settlement.)

Now, the tide seems finally to be turning.

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Trojan horse candidate

By Mike Huckabee

One of the many Democrats elected last week in Virginia, Danica Roem, ran mostly on local issues with widespread support, such as easing traffic congestion. But Roem, the first transgender state House member (male-to-female) hasn’t even been sworn in yet and is already refocusing on another issue: legislation to force insurers to pay for sexual transition hormone therapy and surgery as necessary, not elective or cosmetic. So voters thought they were getting one thing, but it turned out they were getting something they didn’t expect.

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Remember Bob Menendez

By Mike Huckabee

Something to bear in mind when you hear so many Senators roar that Roy Moore is not moral enough to be allowed into the hallowed halls of the Senate: as bad as things look for Moore, he’s still only accused, not convicted. So you’d think that if a Senator were actually convicted by a jury on a dozen counts of corruption, his colleagues would demand that he resign from his sacred Senate post immediately...

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Congress does about-face

By Mike Huckabee

The quick Congressional about-face on repealing the adoption tax credit wasn’t just a victory for adoptive parents. It also carries a much larger message for faith voters who may feel marginalized and targeted by Washington. They can wield a lot of power if they just stay vigilant about what politicians are doing, join together and make their voices heard.

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Hannity says stop

By Mike Huckabee

Here’s something you don’t see every day: Sean Hannity asked his viewers to stop boycotting and attacking the Keurig coffee maker company for pulling its advertising from his Fox News show. The reason: he understands that they were targeted by America’s #1 leftwing slime-generating PAC masquerading as an impartial, tax-exempt media watchdog.

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Trump brings them home

Three UCLA basketball players who were detained in China on suspicion of shoplifting and who might have faced up to 10 years in prison are now home, thanks to President Trump personally bringing up the issue with China’s President Xi Jinping. We now return you to the regularly-scheduled media bashing of Trump for being too nice to China’s leaders.

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Additional commentaries by Mike Huckabee

California rampage

Who is mentally unstable?

Christian baker receives surprising support

Jeff Sessions tells the truth very slowly

Trumpism on the merits



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  • Bob Peckham

    11/15/2017 12:39 PM

    Mike, my big concern with the tax bill is Charitable deductions. By making the standard deduction so large, it is estimated that only about 6% of taxpayers will itemize. This will lead to a big drop in charitable giving. The GOP should instead make charitable giving be "above the line", so that it is all deductible, even for folks using the standard deduction. Otherwise we will see a big negative impact to many churches and charitable organizations who do so much good for our country.