Today's Commentary: Parody letter seems all too real -- Jobs, jobs -- Liberals -- Investigating Planned Parenthood -- Trent Franks resigns -- The Lord's Prayer -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
On Wednesday, just for grins, I posted a parody letter to special counsel Robert Mueller from Jeannie Rhee, who had just been exposed as someone with huge legal and political ties to Hillary Clinton.
Today's Commentary: China dreaming -- ABC followup -- Liberals -- The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act -- Worldwide caution -- Not news -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Sometimes it is hard not to scream...
Today is a very solemn anniversary in American history: Pearl Harbor Day.
Hamas is trying to get Palestinians to abandon peace efforts and launch a new uprising against Israel in response to Trump recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. They’re calling for “opening the gates of Hell” and “three days of rage” (Only three? They are mellowing.)
When Paul Begala expressed his admiration of President Obama for abusing executive orders to circumvent the Constitution, the Congress and the will of the voters, he famously summed it up as “Stroke of the pen, law of the land. Kinda cool.” That could easily replace California’s state motto...
I’d like to briefly outline what I can bring to the table and why I am so highly qualified for this job.
You might have heard the Bloomberg News report that Robert Mueller’s investigation had subpoenaed President Trump’s bank records relating to a $300 million loan from Germany’s Deutsche Bank.
Like a once-sleek automobile that’s now up on blocks in someone’s front yard, the Robert Mueller investigation is falling apart in public.
President Trump is expected to make it official today that the US will recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and move our embassy there from Tel Aviv.
I recently wrote about how the left can’t win a debate by citing the success of their policies
Today's Commentary: Premature fits of glee -- Ahab's hunt for the Great White Russian -- Rubber-necking at a car wreck -- Feeling holiday strain-- Forgetting the Clintons -- Evidence of Russian collusion -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
In the wake of the sexual harassment allegations against Matt Lauer and his sudden firing from NBC’s “Today” show, TV ratings for “Today” are…up?
Before the week is up, just about everyone will know how to pronounce the name “Peter Strzok,” because it seems that over and over, almost hour by hour, that unusual name appears in the news, with one more drip-drip of information attached to it.
Former Attorney General Eric Holder is angrily denying President Trump’s assertion that the FBI’s reputation is “in tatters” after its leaders politicized it under Obama.
On the heels of a story about a pro-life protester getting punched in the face near a Planned Parenthood clinic, we now have pro-life posters being torn down in a designated “free speech” area (ha) on the University of Florida campus.
Today's Commentary: Growing distrust of FBI and special counsel -- Biggest news today -- Supreme Court weighs in on travel ban -- Violating the Logan Act?-- The Arkansas Senate race -- The worst bill in history
This past weekend, the media and Congressional Democrats are doing the job that attractive women in scanty Spandex do for bad magicians. They’re flashing their Flynn plea at Americans to distract them
On our very first show, I said I wanted to provide a show that informed and entertained and covered issues of the day, but one that didn’t raise your blood pressure to 300/200.
Today's Commentary: Covering up sin with taxpayer money -- Democrats: Hey look over here America -- Standard Operating Procedure -- Dogs, cats and parrots-- The Arkansas Senate race -- Defining sexual harassment -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
I was raised in the South, where my parents taught me never to call people unfair names or to jump to unsupported negative conclusions. Where I’m from, the most cutting thing you usually say about someone is, “Bless his heart.”
New Washington scandal: someone in a position of high responsibility was discovered to have been secretly engaging in partisan activities...
I returned home from dinner last night to hear the jury verdict in the Kate Steinle murder case...