To those who recoil at the idea of teachers with concealed carry permits or armed guards in schools, and who think future mass shootings can be stopped if we just add a few more laws to the books, I’d say this:
There’s something wrong with the hysterical reporting that has resulted from Robert Mueller’s indictment of 13 Russian nationals and entities for “meddling” (there’s that word again) in our 2016 election.
Today's Commentary: Media narrative on "Russia" indictment is wrong -- Media fake news -- Teacher of the year responds -- The Israeli Chuck Norris -- White House aide Hogan Gidley riles media -- Father pretends to be 11 year old daughter -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Former Homeland Security Director Jeh Johnson said Sunday on “ABC This Week” that the FBI has a lot on its plate and that there “is a role for the public to play” in preventing violence like the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in South Florida last week.
Today's Commentary: Mueller indicts Russian nationals --DOJ connection to Fusion GPS -- FBI protocols not followed -- Silver platter clues -- Abortionists claim... -- Real problems point to the leftwing -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Today's Commentary: Cooked gun statistics --Is America the only place? -- The Senate tries and fails -- FBI rank and file react -- #1 item purchased with EBT cards -- 2,000 bad apples at IRS -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Robert Mueller announced indictments Friday of 13 people in his investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
There’s an old saying attributed to Mark Twain or Benjamin Disraeli, that there are three kinds of lies: “Lies, damned lies and statistics.” One damnably dishonest statistic that’s being quoted far and wide in the media in the wake of the tragic school shooting in Florida is a claim by the pro-gun control group “Everytown for Gun Safety” that there have been 291 school shootings in America since 2013.
Today's Commentary: Trump offers unique Food Stamp proposal --Sharyl Attkisson and the real story of "fake news" -- Rob Porter security clearance update -- Residents fleeing blue states -- Adam Schiff admits the truth -- Attorneys General come together -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Unless you’re new to reading my commentary, you know that much of it has had to do with what we call the Death Of Journalism.
America’s spy agencies have long been a source of inspiration to comedy writers, with their penchant for impenetrable doubletalk (“Get Smart,” “Dr. Strangelove,” Col. Flagg on “MASH”). But I pity the poor comedy writers struggling to come up with anything wackier than what’s actually being floated in federal court by the CIA.
Maybe Banks’ real problem wasn’t that he smoked pot once four years ago. Maybe it was that he was honest and admitted it. From what I’ve seen of Washington, violating drug laws is no big deal, but being that honest is a career-killer.
A cliché has arisen among those who are trying to politicize tragic school shootings like the one this week in Florida by blaming guns, Republicans, the NRA or the Second Amendment, that America is the “only place where this happens.”
The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals in Virginia has joined with the so-far-left-it’s-floating-out-in-the-Bay 9th Circuit Court in San Francisco in ruling President Trump’s ban on entry to the US from eight countries unconstitutional.
The White House press secretary (full disclosure: I know her pretty well) explained the discrepancy between claims that the FBI informed the White House of allegations of domestic abuse against former aide Rob Porter earlier than reported and the White House’s claim that they accepted his resignation just 24 hours after learning about them.
Trump Derangement Syndrome has become such a pervasive malady that it may be time to add it to the DSN (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders).
As much as the mainstream media criticize President Trump for lacking “precision” in his language, they take the cake for being deliberately vague and imprecise in theirs.
The Trump Department of Education announced that it will no longer investigate complaints made by transgender students who are upset at being barred from school bathrooms and locker rooms of the sex they identify with.
Today's Commentary: Transgender bathroom ruling --More infrastructure please -- Democrat wins Florida House seat -- Let's get real about national security threats -- Reality at odds with liberal narrative -- Attorneys General come together -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Today's Commentary: The Obamas' official portraits are...interesting --Vile opinions of Life -- Susan Rice's memo -- Liberal haters: No sense of decency -- Marty Allen passes -- Democrat fan-boys for the wrong flag -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Today's Commentary: NMedia bias on display at the Olympics --Journalistic malpractice deepens -- Media going gaga -- Heading to Israel -- Feel-good story -- RIP Vic Damone -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
In case you hadn’t heard, the Winter Olympics in South Korea are now underway (they started on Friday, but so far, TV ratings are way down from four years ago).
What do you think of the official portraits of former President and First Lady Barack and Michelle Obama that have just been unveiled? If you haven’t seen them yet, take a little time to check them out and think about them, and then we’ll talk.
Here’s some “change” that will help give “hope” of survival to American businesses and to due process rights. The Trump Justice Department just put new limits on so-called “guidance documents” issued by federal agencies.