April 6, 2019


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Today's Commentary ---  Tucker Carlson -- "Huckabee" preview -- Democrats going insane waiting for Mueller report (read this instead)   --- Fighting for Life -- The Democrat field for President -- American Taliban? -- Quotes from American History -- Senator Cotton urges the IRS to look into the SPLC -- President Trump is wrong about this   -- Evening Edition -- Daily Verse


Fox News’ Tucker Carlson is absolutely shredding his liberal competition these days.  Last week, his show alone pulled over a million more viewers than all the prime time shows on CNN put together (Remember when the “social justice” mob was going to shame his advertisers into canceling and drive him off the air?  That worked out swell.)  This video of the opening segment of his show last night will give you a good idea of why he’d doing so well: he dares to say what needs to be said in a time when few risk it – other than me, of course.  I’ve been saying exactly what I think and letting the triggered trolls make fools of themselves in my Twitter feed comments for years now.

Be sure to stay with it to the end to watch a parade of Democratic hopefuls groveling before Al Sharpton and vowing to sign a racial reparations payment bill.  Then read my other comment today about Al Sharpton with its link to blogger Jeff Dunetz’s rundown of Sharpton’s appalling history that these would-be Presidents are willing to overlook and tacitly embrace for votes.

With gratitude,

Mike Huckabee

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"Huckabee" preview

By Mike Huckabee

This weekend’s new episode of “Huckabee” has all the great variety show entertainment of “Ed Sullivan” plus education, inspiration and a host who’s able to smile!  On the serious side, I’ll talk about saving Western civilization with Ben Shapiro, and how to argue without killing each other with Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers, authors of “I Think You’re Wrong (But I’m Listening.)” You’ll meet a Huck’s Hero who left a lucrative career to help impoverished youth in South Africa by teaching them a skill you’ll never guess.  Janine Turner will fill us in on her new Lifetime movie about Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn, and her program to teach kids about the Constitution (classic country and the Constitution: two things today’s youth desperately need to know more about.)  And did I mention variety?  How about some hilarious-but-true news “In Case You Missed It,” the astounding acrobatics of “America’s Got Talent’s” Cristin Sandu, and a song by the Music City Connection that I promise will give you goosebumps.


It’s a “really big shoe,” and it’s all coming your way tonight at 8 and 11 EST, 7 and 10 CST, and repeated at the same times on Sunday, only on TBN. To find your local TBN channel and stream previous episodes online, visit


Democrats going insane waiting for Mueller report (read this instead)

By Mike Huckabee

Attorney General Bill Barr has said that the Mueller report will be ready to greet its eager public by mid-April. That’s only a week or so away. So why are Democrats embarrassing themselves by calling nonstop for its immediate and total release, even when they know perfectly well that it contains material –- classified records, grand jury proceedings, etc.--- that would be illegal for Barr to make public. Barr has made it plain that he wants to be transparent and will turn over as much as he can, even though he’s not obligated to turn over anything at all. Trump is saying the same.

So why is House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler acting like he’s got a wasp in his underwear? (Apologies to the late Morey Amsterdam.)

There’s a clip of Nadler from a couple of decades ago that’s been making the rounds: Nadler argues that Independent Counsel Ken Starr’s report on President Clinton should NOT be released. It’s quite hilarious, considering that this time, Nadler wants every last unredacted word of the report on President Trump, even all the supporting documents (which I understand run into the millions of pages). At this writing, he’s readying the subpoena (which the DOJ will refuse, simply because complying with it would be breaking the law). Nadler’s hypocrisy is even worse when you consider that today’s special counsel statute is different from the independent counsel law that governed Ken Starr. Barr is not compelled to give the entire report (or for that matter, any of it) to Congress; Starr was supposed to.



Fighting for Life

By Mike Huckabee

Georgia legislators have passed a bill banning abortion after the baby has a detectable heartbeat, which is around six weeks, unless the pregnancy endangers the mother’s life or poses “substantial and irreversible physical harm” to the mother.

The bill is under furious attack from the pro-abortion movement, particularly from Hollywood.  The Writers Guild  and over 100 liberal actors and comedians so far (there’s a handy alphabetical list at the link) are threatening a boycott of Georgia if it becomes law.  Leaders of pro-abortion states such as Pennsylvania are seeking to cash in on the graves of unborn children by aggressively trying to poach Georgia’s lucrative film business (you stay classy, Pennsylvania Attorney Gen. Josh Shapiro – again, see the link.)  



The Democrat field for President

By Mike Huckabee

A piece of news that appeared in The Week Wednesday (and in my media outlets multiple times over the years) was this article by Bonnie Kristian entitled “Don’t Idolize Your 2020 Pick (my apologies in advance for the truly disturbing illustration of “Beto” O’Rourke as Jesus.)

Ms Kristian touches on an argument that I’ve been making for years: that the left has become more secular and hostile to religion, but they still feel a need for some force larger than themselves to worship. And so, they fill that hole in their souls by putting a religious-type faith in politicians; investing mystical powers in a series of false idols with feet of clay who will inevitably let them down…until they find the next one to elevate to savior status. She seems to think this is a recent phenomenon, citing Obama (“the Lightbringer” whose mere elevation to office would make the rising oceans start to recede) and “Beto” (cringe alert: there’s a photo of a young supporter in a crowd holding up a sign reading “Beto is our Christ.”)

In actuality, the roots of the deification of Democratic pols go back decades, from the photos of FDR and JFK next to pictures of Jesus and the Pope in supporters’ homes, to the “Kennedy/Camelot” narrative (remember, King Arthur was ordained by God to rule England) to Bill Clinton (a worshipful reporter gushed that “power crackled from his jeans”), and so on up to “Beto” with any number of similar tin gods who didn’t quite make it to the top tier of deities, plus those who popped up in other nations around the world. As I pointed out just recently, it’s no coincidence that Democrats are so awed by people who are “charismatic,” which is actually a religious term.



American Taliban?

By Mike Huckabee

Last May, Hofstra University’s president refused to give in to demands by leftist students to remove a statue of Thomas Jefferson because he was a “slave owner and sexual predator.”  But on Friday, they renewed their demand to join the Taliban in tearing down historic icons, with one offering a speech that contained more “like’s” than a Facebook post of a cat playing the piano.  You can read about the whole thing here.



Quotes from American History

"I’m the ultimately responsible person in this organization. Other people can pass the buck to me, but I can’t pass the buck to anyone else."

- Harry S. Truman


Senator Cotton urges the IRS to look into the SPLC

By Mike Huckabee

If you’ve been keeping up over the years with my newsletter, radio and TV shows, podcasts, and website and social media posts, then you might sometimes feel when watching the news that you’re seeing reruns.  It’s amazing how many “revelations” are being reported now that I’ve been telling you for years (Trump didn’t collude with Russia, Hillary did; there was a lot of resentment in America against coastal elites and it was going to elect Trump; etc.)  Now, today’s news brings us two articles at once that will give my longtime followers a feeling of déjà vu.   

First up, there’s the news that Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton has written a letter to the IRS making the case that I’ve made for years that the Southern Poverty Law Center is no longer a legitimate champion of civil rights but has become a corrupt, partisan attack dog that defames traditional Christian and conservative organizations as “hate groups” and is no longer deserving of tax-exempt 501(c)3 non-profit status.



President Trump is wrong about this

By Mike Huckabee

When I disagree with President Trump, I have no qualms saying so, and here’s an example of where I think he’s wrong. He announced this week that the Republicans might wait until after the 2020 election to present a health care plan to replace Obamacare.



Evening Edition - April 5

By Mike Huckabee

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


Daily Verse (KJV)

"Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy, and find grace to help in time of need."

– Hebrews 4:16

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  • Lowell Bushart

    04/07/2019 02:06 PM

    Maybe the third time is a charm..The people would like to know: Why aren't the republicans causing the hiring of a special investigator or filing against all these people and their acts..Its just seems that nothing happens to the ones that have proven evidence of their wrong doings..

  • Ronald D Osterman

    04/06/2019 08:00 PM

    After watching the two part documentary called "Schooled", by Belt of Truth Ministries, I have a better understanding of why there are so many left leaning socialists that are coming out of the woodwork. It has to do with the social engineering of our society through our educational system. I highly recommend this documentary and you would find it eye opening. You can purchase a copy at

  • mike Wilson

    04/06/2019 11:00 AM

    Al Sharpton holds forth on his views of the LGBTQ community: