Today's Commentary: Our Democrat friends have been unfairly judged -- "Huckabee" preview -- Shock memo -- Rod Rosenstein -- Huck's Hero of the millenium -- Labor statistics released -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Today's Commentary: Scandinavian medical morality -- "Huckabee" preview -- Americans are dreamers too -- Free Twinkies -- UPS invests -- Coming attraction -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
So if you’re wondering why liberal media outlets are talking about nothing but how terrible it would be to release that FBI memo, wonder no more.
Show us the memo, let us make up our own minds, and let the chips fall where they may.
Today's Commentary: The Memo -- Your tax dollars at work -- Mind boggling -- Apologize please -- Good question -- D.B. Cooper -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
We can be Republican or Democrat or Independent, but above all, we should simply be Americans. What binds us together is not specific policies or political candidates, but a commitment to a Constitution that limits the power of government over our lives and protects our fundamental liberties.
After thinking it over for a while, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi finally formulated a response to President Trump’s State of the Union Address beyond looking like she had a Skittle stuck in her molar.
Today's Commentary: Nancy Pelosi's response -- Amtrak tragedy -- #1 Narcissist -- Memo objections -- Gowdy says no -- 19 million people -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Last night, President Trump gave his first State of the Union Address. Trump touted the greatness of the American people, listed some accomplishments of his first year (a booming economy and job growth, the GOP tax cut, deregulation, the crushing of ISIS, the end of the Obamacare mandate, etc.) and some things still to be done that he hopes can involve bipartisan cooperation.
Last weekend, America lost a man who’s been part of our daily lives for an astonishing 68 years. That’s how long cartoonist Mort Walker’s “Beetle Bailey” has been appearing in the comics pages.
Airing Hypocrisy: AirBnB, the website that matches up travelers with people who want to rent out rooms in their homes, is doing some expensive virtue-signaling by running a TV ad during President Trump’s State of the Union Address.
HUD Director Dr. Ben Carson is leading a new initiative designed to help residents of public housing acquire the necessary skills to get out of public housing and into private rentals or home ownership.
House Intelligence Committee Democrat Adam Schiff is protesting yesterday's party-line vote to release the Nunes memo on alleged FBI surveillance abuse without letting the FBI and DOJ vet it to censor anything that might compromise their sources and methods.
Tonight, President Trump gives his State of the Union Address. A lot of pundits are already analyzing it without even knowing what he’ll say. I’ll spare you that waste of time and just wait to talk about it tomorrow, after it’s actually happened.
Today's Commentary: "Andy" McCabe gets forced early retirement -- The Memo -- State of the Union -- Typo Wars -- Dr. Carson's new initiative -- Freedom of expression in Florida -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
The entire USA Gymnastics Board will resign on demand of the US Olympic Committee, after their former doctor Larry Nassar was sentenced to 175 years in prison for molesting young girls.
Nancy Pelosi and Debbie Wasserman Schultz are continuing to do the RNC’s work for them by doubling-down on their scorn for those “pathetic” “crumbs” of raises, bonuses and benefits that workers at many companies are receiving, thanks to the GOP tax cut.
Saturday was International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the 71st anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz in 1945 (it’s marked on different dates in different nations, for instance, Holocaust Memorial Day in Israel is in April).
The New York Times is still trumpeting a story about President Trump ALMOST firing Robert Mueller. That’s right –-- he almost fired him! He thought about it. He thought about it some more. He talked about it. He wanted to. He may have come tantalizingly close. But he didn’t do it. (And he denies even taking it that far.)
If Peter Strzok and Lisa Page of the FBI had Donald Trump under questioning, you can bet they’d be “loaded for bear.” If they could get away with it, they’d probably grill him under bright lights, using isolation (no lawyer) and maybe sleep deprivation. At least, that’s the impression I get from their texting.
When Peter Strzok and Lisa Page of the FBI exchanged politically-charged texts about an “insurance policy,” presumably to keep (or, if came to that, kick) Donald Trump out of the Oval Office, they referenced a meeting in “Andy’s office.”
President Trump is taking flak from Republicans for his suggested DACA compromise that would reportedly offer a pathway to citizenship for up to 1.8 million children of illegal immigrants.
Today's Commentary: Remembering International Holocaust Day -- Micah's Law -- Changing the channel -- Steve Wynn -- IKEA's Founder dies -- Democrats AWOL -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
California lawmakers have an inexplicable tolerance for letting illegal immigrants with violent criminal records roam the streets, but at least they’re cracking down on the real menace to society: waiters who give you straws you didn’t ask for.