October 31, 2018


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Today's Commentary --- Legal pros and cons of Trump's "birthright" executive order -- Huck PAC's Political impact -- Update on Robert Mueller allegation -- Beto -- The Event 2018 -- The Baltic Experience 2019 -- A word to ALL AMERICANS about the Arizona Senate race -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse


The 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution reads: “All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.”

Seems simple enough. Most Americans, upon reading this amendment, no doubt assume that it implies “birthright citizenship,” the tradition we’ve had that simply being born in this country automatically makes one a citizen, case closed. Most of us don’t know the larger historical context and reasoning associated with its creation and also wrongly assume that most other nations deal with citizenship in just this way. President Trump’s readiness to look at the issue of birthright citizenship in light of its flagrant abuse is a good thing –- it is not about race –- and we should examine it ourselves with the help of some of our favorite legal minds, who turn out to be of very similar mindset here.

This affects the status of about 300,000 children born here every year. Before we get started, it seems to me that there are actually two questions before us. First, was the amendment really intended to cover everyone who is born here, under every circumstance, as it’s being interpreted in practice today? And, second, if it’s being wrongly interpreted, is it advisable for President Trump to correct this by executive order so that people here illegally and those who come here just to give birth cannot get citizenship for their children this way?



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Huck PAC's Political Impact

By Mike Huckabee

My political action committee Huck PAC is a grassroots organization that relies solely on the financial support of individuals and our endorsements reflect their views.

In 2018, Huck PAC has donated $194,800 directly to candidates (9 US Senate races, 27 US House races, 5 Governors races and 23 Arkansas races).

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Update on Robert Mueller allegation

By Mike Huckabee

Update on the rape allegation against special counsel Robert Mueller: the whole thing is starting to smell as fishy as the $2.99 flounder plate at a roadside diner in Kansas.  I wouldn’t normally link to HuffPo, but they did a pretty good job in tracking down all the rabbit trails of this story, from claimants and counter-claimants, neither of whom seem to exist, to documents that now appear to be fake (the Gateway Pundit site took them down), to the date of the alleged incident in Boston turning out to be when Mueller was serving jury duty in DC.


I commend the media for finally doing their jobs to investigate a wild accusation against a public figure. But they gave us these low standards in the first place. If the same outlets that quickly dived in with due diligence to debunk this story had shown similar skepticism over the past couple of years with other wild tales and accusations, rather than rushing to air/print them if they served the “correct” political agenda, then maybe crowds wouldn’t cheer when President Trump blasts “fake news.”  Few outlets have shown that kind of professionalism.  Instead, they reported first, corrected later (if at all.)  And they focused more scorn on Trump for calling them “fake news” than they did on themselves for airing fake news.


Even this HuffPo piece tries to differentiate this tale from other scandalous allegations with the caveat that in most high-profile accusations of sexual misconduct, there’s “a real, verifiable woman and some kind of corroborating evidence.”  Really?  Did a complete lack of evidence and an anonymous accuser stop Rolling Stone from printing the false UVA fraternity rape allegations, or other liberal media outlets from declaring the entire Greek system guilty?  When Sen. Diane Feinstein first tried to stop Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation, it was with an anonymous allegation (when that didn’t work, Dr. Ford was forced into the public eye, even though she’d asked not to be.)  And in liberal circles, Kavanaugh will forever be presumed guilty, even though we’re still waiting to see even a shred of “corroborating evidence.” 


For all the liberal media outlets crying foul about this attempted smear of Mueller, most either sat quietly by or gladly joined in as sexual misconduct allegations were weaponized for political reasons, due process and the presumption of innocence were trashed, and accusations alone were declared to be proof of guilt, as long as they were aimed at the “right” people. 


When I mentioned this story yesterday, I added the warning it was impossible to know yet whether there was any truth to it, and I defended Mueller’s presumption of innocence until we found out more.  If the accusation had been against a member of Trump’s staff rather than the guy investigating them, how many of these outlets now fulminating over such low tactics would have said the same thing I did in his defense?


If the media really want to know why anyone believed or repeated this accusation with no evidence, it’s because liberal politicians and media figures have taught us to.  They even accused us of being complicit in rape if we dare to question an accusation, regardless of the lack of evidence. If you forge a dirty weapon like that, you can’t self-righteously protest only when someone turns it against your side. 



By Mike Huckabee


You’d think that before Texans voted for “Beto” O’Rourke on the claim that he’s an everyman who looks out for the little guy, they might like to know that he’s the son-in-law of a billionaire who, when he was in El Paso city government, acted as the “pretty face” of his father-in-law’s plan to bulldoze a lower-class neighborhood of small businesses and public housing and people with real Hispanic names, and gentrify it into a shopping and restaurant district.  Granted, it’s awfully close to the election for this to come up – it should’ve been mentioned long before now – but the New York Times decided it did qualify as news and printed it. 


As you might imagine, Beto supporters are furious…not at O’Rourke for doing it, but at the Times for reporting it.  The paper didn’t even consider that printing accurate, newsworthy information about a major Democratic hopeful might hurt his chances of winning, which is apparently what being the “newspaper of record” is about in many of its readers’ eyes.  They likened it to that time in 2016 when the Times covered James Comey’s reopening of the Hillary Clinton email investigation just before the election, as if it were news or something! 


This proves that when news outlets deny conservative claims that they’re biased and promote one side, not even liberals believe their denials.  If they did, they wouldn't get upset when they don’t promote their side.






The Event 2018

By Mike Huckabee

Are you interested in helping our nation move toward a brighter future? Join the millions gathering to pray, to vote, and to stand as we hear from some of America’s most influential Christian political influencers about what we can do to help move our country in the right direction. Tune in to our or Sunday , November 4th at 4pm MT to stand with us for the sake of America. 

I am participating and I hope and pray you will too.


The Baltic Experience 2019

I am thrilled to announce an unforgettable trip to the Baltics for the summer of 2019! After many years of the Israel Experiences and our most recent trip the Mediterranean Experience cruise, we are bringing you another phenomenal cruise, the Baltic Experience! This all-inclusive cruise will feature some of the most beautiful places in the Baltic Sea and we will get to travel to and absorb these destinations aboard a luxury cruise ship from the Azamara Cruise line. If you have traveled with us before, you already know that all-inclusive means exactly that and there are no surprises along the way. The Baltic Experience will be no different. And when the weather is often unbearably hot throughout most of the US in August, we will be enjoying the cool and delightful weather that makes travel in the Baltic region perfect. Once again we have the entire ship and will fill our time on board with spectacular entertainment and special guests. In addition to the cruise we have multiple pre and post cruise offerings you can choose from to extend your trip. Our last cruise sold out in record time so we encourage you to get your cabin secured soon. We look forward to traveling with you soon and as always we will work tirelessly and do everything in our control to bring you The Greatest Trip.

To learn more about this exciting trip, visit my website here.

See you on the boat,

Mike Huckabee


A word to ALL AMERICANS about the Arizona Senate race

By Mike Huckabee

To my earlier commentary concerning Kyrsten Sinema’s highly deceptive race in Arizona, I’d just like to add one thing to all my readers. This may be going on in Arizona, which is perhaps a thousand miles from where you’re registered to vote, but consider yourself warned: the same kind of thing is happening all around the country.

Right now, unless you’re in one of the bluest of blue states, there’s almost certainly someone vying for your vote who tries to hide the truth, which is that he or she would vote right along with the most liberal Democratic leaders in the House and Senate. “Beto” O’Rourke in Texas, who’s pulling in record-breaking contributions from leftists in other states, and Claire McCaskill in Missouri are just two examples who come to mind. Maybe the candidate seems fresh, young, appealing and energetic, and maybe you're a middle-of-the-roader or independent who votes "for the person," but don't fall for this lie. True progressives know the truth of their deception and embrace it; they excuse the lies because they know lying is the way to win.

Wherever you live, my hope is that you’ll look deeper and more critically when you see a Democrat on the campaign trail claiming to be “nonpartisan” or “moderate.” (Project Veritas can’t be everywhere, you know.) There is no such thing as a nonpartisan Democrat; the very concept doesn’t even make sense. And in 2018, actual moderate Democrats have just about gone the way of the dodo bird.

If you believe those claims, the dodo is you.

TO READ MY ORIGINAL COMMENTARY: Arizona voters: you are being duped by the Kyrsten Sinema campaign


Evening Edition - October 30

By Mike Huckabee

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


Daily Verse

"Jesus said unto him, If thou canst believe, all things are possible to him that believeth."

- Mark 9:23

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  • Alice Landolt

    10/31/2018 08:42 PM

    Thank you for finally including John James, running for Senator of Michigan.
    I sent a small contribution as promised, if you included him in your choices.
    He is pro-life, a hard worker, honest, Christian, businessman, veteran, family man,
    against "sanctuary cities", etc. He shares my values.