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.
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).
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
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.
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.