Sociopathic North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un must have been inspired by the Taliban’s long list of forbidden activities and possessions (their brand of Islam truly puts the “ban” in “Taliban”), because he seems intent on topping theirs.
Today's Commentary: Something to be thankful for, on Mother's Day -- Trump issues pardon -- Remembering David Cassidy-- Mugabe out -- Girl Scouts jump the shark -- Today's Huck's Hero -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Today's Commentary: We need freedom from Freedom from Religion -- More of a #5 -- Censorship-- Fox News thanks Hillary -- Della Reese RIP -- Baseball Hall of Famer dies -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Today's Commentary: Federal judges at it again -- Latino PAC pulls repulsive ad -- Jesse Jackson digs a deeper hole for the NFL -- "A return to joy" -- ICE Director sends warning to employers -- Online dating tale -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
In case you ever doubted, Paul Manafort and Rick Gates entered pleas of “not guilty” to money laundering and the entire laundry list of a dozen charges that special counsel Robert Mueller hit them with.
As expected, special counsel Robert Mueller executed an indictment this morning in the probe of Russian collusion in the election, but there’s still some question as to whether it has anything to do with Russian collusion in the election.
Today's Commentary: GPS Fusion backstory -- Hatch considering retirement, well sort of -- Visiting the graveyard of history -- Manafort indicted -- CBS shamed -- The "GPS" stands for "grand protection scheme"
If Democrats hoped that questions about the DNC and the Clinton campaign’s funding of the oppo research firm that produced the shady Trump “Russian dossier” could just be brushed out of their laps like yesterday's breakfast crumbs, guess again.
Today's Commentary: House budget passes -- We are with you Eric -- Visiting the graveyard of history -- Tom Perez needs a government lesson -- US factories expanding -- The IRS actually apologizes for something
The news here isn’t really that the IRS targeted 501(c)4 groups for their political affiliation --- we’ve been aware for a long time of their efforts to do that --- but that, as part of a settlement between the DOJ and Tea Party groups,