Numerous legal experts have strongly advised that President Trump avoid an interview with special counsel Robert Mueller at all costs. They’re correct in saying that even someone totally innocent concerning matters under investigation can be trapped or confused into stating an unwitting “lie” and then be charged with that.
Today's Commentary: Criticizing Conservative Women -- Today's Must Read-- New California bill treats waiters serving straws more harshly than... -- Why Trump should take the interview with Mueller -- Stop the presses Trump...DIDN'T fire Mueller -- More texting and another reason why "the fix was in" -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Today's Commentary: Criticizing Conservative Women -- DACA talks-- Huckabee preview -- Trump's first year -- Larry Nassar -- One film you might want to see -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Thanks to the GOP tax cut, Home Deport just announced that employees will get bonuses of up to $1000 each.
What do you know? The dog that ate the FBI’s homework coughed it up! Just days after the FBI claimed it couldn’t turn over text messages between rabidly anti-Trump paramours Peter Strzok and Lisa Page due to a “tech glitch” that had eaten all the records, they’ve already been recovered.
The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists has moved the hands of its “Doomsday Clock” forward 30 seconds, putting it at 2 minutes to midnight, the nearest to nuclear Armageddon that it’s been since its creation in 1947. There can be only one response to such an alarming development: “What a load of hooey!”
When we say, “drain the swamp” at the Justice Department and FBI, it’s not a swipe at the integrity of the entire intelligence community, though many Democrats are trying desperately to portray it as such.
Last weekend was the second annual “Women’s March,” featuring a lot of profane anti-Trump signs and rants about the rights women have lost, but precious few details about what those might be.
Today's Commentary: Criticizing Conservative Women -- Dog coughs up FBI texts-- Superior women's health care -- Here comes soccer -- Finding a lost dog -- One film you might want to see -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Today, President Trump will give a major speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The linked article gives some interesting background on the event (Forum membership alone costs over $52,000; event tickets can add another $19,000; and I bet that doesn’t even include your nachos and Dr. Pepper).
President Trump made shock waves by saying he looks forward to being questioned by Russian collusion investigator Robert Mueller “as soon as possible,” and will gladly do it under oath.
Today's Commentary: Harvard: Christianity growing stronger in America -- Kabul attack-- Richards to step down -- Justice Dept. reminds sanctuary cities -- Unicorns -- President Trump cracks down on crime -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
It’s always baffled me how politics can override medical common sense. For instance, giving a minor a Tylenol without parental permission can get a school nurse fired, but it’s okay to arrange an abortion for that same minor without even telling her parents.
Yesterday, the Senate confirmed former Bush-era Health and Human Services official Alex Azar as the new Secretary of HHS. He’s also the first former pharmaceutical company executive to run HHS, having formerly been president of a US division of Eli Lilly.
Great news: Researchers in San Francisco announced that they’ve found a new way to create stem cells for research that doesn’t require killing human embryos.
The story of the alleged corruption and anti-Trump partisanship at the highest levels of the FBI and DOJ is picking up speed, with yesterday’s revelations of one text message referring to a “secret society” of insiders working to block or bring down the President, and the laughable claim...
NFL Logic circa 2018: Football players kneeling instead of standing during the National Anthem is “freedom of speech” and can’t be questioned.
The Supreme Court has granted the Trump Administration’s request to bypass the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals (and save the SCOTUS the trouble of overruling them again) and hear a direct appeal of a lower court judge who ruled that the government has to keep processing DACA applications, even though Trump has rescinded that program.
That survey showing today’s teenagers are drifting away from religious beliefs and swallowing gender identity politics is no surprise, if you look at the way public schools are promoting those attitudes in the name of “tolerance,” and ironically, trying to censor and stamp out any opposing views, also in the name of “tolerance.”
The Barna Group just released a new study of Generation Z (current teenagers) that found they are the least-Christian generation in US history. Nearly twice as many claim to be atheists as Millennials (13% to 7%), and 35% of current teens say they are either atheist, agnostic or unaffiliated with any religion. Just 59% say they are Catholic or Christian (a six-point drop from the Millennial generation), and only 4% hold what is considered a true Biblical worldview.
Today's Commentary: Generation Z goes adrift -- Neil Diamond-- Rosie the Riveter RIP -- A reminder to NFL officials -- Newsweek should be called MAD -- Kevin Sorbo not invited? -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
The FBI “lost” presumably thousands of text messages from FBI agent Peter Strzok and girlfriend/legal assistant to Andrew McCabe Lisa Page –- from a key stretch of time in the Russia investigation –- but right now they must both be wishing even more had been “unretrievable.”
Today's Commentary: Shutdown Over -- Fingers crossed -- Maeve gets it -- Great Moments in Loony PC Virtue-Signaling -- Huck's criminal mastermind -- The punches to the face keep coming -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
There’s a new report by the Axios website, claiming that embattled (and rightly so) Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe was not fired by Attorney General Jeff Sessions only because FBI Director Christopher Wray threatened to resign if he were fired, setting off a media firestorm.
It’s taken as an article of faith among atheists that America, like much of Europe, is becoming more secular and gradually abandoning its religious faith. Well, just as it was 2000 years ago, reports of the death of Christ will have to be retracted.