In the latest eyebrow-elevating move by Robert Mueller’s team, it was discovered that his investigators seized tens of thousands of emails from President Trump’s White House transition team without a warrant.
Today's Commentary: Mueller probe hits rough seas -- Sex harassment allegation downs female Dem candidate -- Fighting the judges-- Tracking Trump -- Jingle Bells is racist? -- Killing jobs -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
For those wild-eyed conspiracy mongers who think that Obama holdovers are desperate to destroy President Trump because he might uncover some shocking and nefarious abuses of power that they were counting on Hillary to keep buried…well, you’re probably right.
Today's Commentary: Roy Moore loses -- Uranium One update -- First Lady's popularity is rising -- Stop shaming the experts -- Call in the Marines -- TBN show preview -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
The “MeToo” scythe of sexual harassment allegations that’s cutting down prominent men in politics and entertainment just took a twist that might make some women rethink this whole "to heck with due process" craze.
The FCC voted along party lines to roll back “net neutrality,” the set of Internet regulations imposed under Obama that requires service providers to treat all traffic equally without slowing or blocking content, and not providing faster lanes for sites that are willing to pay more.
Today's Commentary: Roy Moore loses -- Texting on the job -- Investigating the special investigator -- New line of attack -- Word of the year -- The moral high ground -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
There’s a scene in Steve Martin’s 1983 film, THE MAN WITH TWO BRAINS, in which Steve’s character speaks to the imposing portrait of his dead wife hanging over the mantel, asking her to give him some kind of sign if she objects to his pursuit of another woman. ‘Give me a sign, just some kind of sign,” he implores.
When three women who appeared at Monday’s press conference claimed that their assertions about disrespectful conduct by President Trump had nothing to do with politics, that may have been true. It’s possible these women don’t realize that for the organizer of the event, Brave New Films, it was ALL about politics.
Republicans in Alabama voted their consciences yesterday, and the result is that, for the first time in 25 years, Alabama has a Democrat in a Republican Senate seat that should have been the safest safe space this side of UC-Berkeley.
Today's Commentary: The texts: more evidence of a compromised investigation -- Hall of Fame news -- This doctor bravely urges caution -- Anderson Cooper hacked -- Ill-advised Twitter feud -- California fires -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
The good thing about having a special counsel investigation is that it’s supposed to be objective. In theory, anyway.
Maybe the EPA could investigate the Times...
Here we go again: the parents of Alfie Evans, an 18-month-old British child with a mysterious brain ailment, are being blocked...
One of the best educational programs kids can be exposed to is the Eddie Eagle program that teaches firearms safety. It hammers home the idea that a gun is not a toy, and if you find one, you don’t touch it, you report it to an adult.
The President’s spokesperson (full disclosure: we’re related) had to give a remedial lesson yesterday to CNN White House Correspondent Jim Acosta on the difference between an “honest mistake” and the big, steaming piles of baloney
The House Intelligence Committee has been trying for some time to find out what role the infamous Trump dossier, paid for by the DNC and Hillary’s campaign, played in the decision to investigate possible collusion between Trump and Russia. \
Today's Commentary: More stinking conflict of interest in Trump/Russia probe -- Bus station bomber update -- Mexican baloney -- Chain immigration connection -- California fires -- Trash talk war -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Today's Commentary: Now this is how you respond to Obama -- Here we go again -- Jerusalem -- Army-Navy -- Tax bill snafu -- Distractions -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
It’s always instructive to hear how people in politics view themselves to justify their actions.
Today's Commentary: CNN spreads fake news again -- Huckabee preview -- Time chooses -- No surprise -- Paying attention -- A wage gap -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
If the mainstream media could devote just one-tenth the energy to fact-checking that they do to wailing indignantly about President Trump’s accusing them of spreading “fake news,” maybe they wouldn’t be spreading so much fake news.