All of the talk of a “blue wave” in next month’s election was based on the idea that Democrats were fired up to vote with anti-Trump rage while Republicans would just follow the standard precedent and stay home in the first off-year election of a new Republican President’s term.
Today's Commentary --- How to respond to media bias -- Huck PAC invests $192,300 in conservative candidates -- "Huckabee" preview -- Cold water on Beto fans -- Conservative site fights back against Twitter -- The Baltic Experience 2019 -- Reinforcements?!? -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse


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Today's Commentary --- Two issues to help undecided voters make a decision -- Huck PAC invests $192,300 in conservative candidates -- "Huckabee" preview -- Saudi Arabia:  Interrogation gone wrong -- Do you really want him running the House Intelligence committee? -- The Baltic Experience 2019 -- Medal of Honor ceremony -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse


As if there weren’t enough issues to mobilize voters on both sides in the upcoming election, Thursday’s news brought two more.

For Republicans, a vast caravan of Central Americans, up to 4,000 strong, is heading northward with the intention of crossing the US border illegally.  President Trump is threatening to send the military and close the border if Mexico doesn’t stop the caravan.  Trump says this is the result of Democrats stonewalling (ironically) all his efforts to impose control on America’s borders, and their intention to impose open borders, abolish ICE and repeal immigration laws if they are elected.



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Huck PAC invests $192,300 in conservative candidates

By Mike Huckabee

In 2018, Huck PAC has donated $192,300 directly to candidates. We are a grassroots organization that relies solely on the financial support of individuals and our endorsements and donations reflect their views.

Our latest endorsements and contributions include:  


Dean Heller for Senate (Nevada) $5,000

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Maria Salazar for Congress (FL-27) $2,500

Yvette Herrell for Congress (NM-2) $2,500


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"Huckabee" preview

By Mike Huckabee

Join me this weekend for another terrific new edition of “Huckabee” on TBN!  I’ll welcome Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam to tell us how his business experience has helped his state succeed (and maybe we’ll discuss a certain pop singer’s attempt to pick Tennessee’s next Senator.)  Jason Yates and Bishop Harry Jackson of will reveal the surprising amount of power Americans of faith could wield if they would only vote.  Pour a cup of coffee and lean back to learn about a Huck’s Hero who’s making the world a better place, one cup of Joe at a time.  I’ll also have commentaries on the week’s events, some crazy news “In Case You Missed It” and a visit to “Our Kind of Town.”  We’ll top it all off with Christian music superstar Michael W. Smith.  Now, that’s our kind of show!


Catch it tonight and Sunday at 8 and 11 EST (7 and 10 CST). To find your local TBN outlet and watch previous episodes online visit


Saudi Arabia:  Interrogation gone wrong

By Mike Huckabee

Saudi Arabia has admitted that Washington Post writer Jamal Khashoggi was killed in their consulate in Istanbul, and the Saudis say 18 Saudi suspects are in custody and intelligence officials have been fired.  The Saudis denied Turkish media reports that Khashoggi was tortured, killed and dismembered, claiming he died in a “fistfight” that broke out when the interrogation went wrong.  Frankly, that story smells fishier than a Long John Silver's after a three-day power failure.

You would think that this story couldn’t possibly get any crazier, but you'd be underestimating Democratic Rep. Joaquin Castro of Texas.  Castro floated the theory that Khashoggi’s killing was orchestrated by President Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner.  Castro cited no evidence, but claimed he’d seen "reporting to that effect" – if by that he means “an article based on unnamed sources that’s been completely debunked.”  Castro is now backing away from his earlier claim faster than a crab on pep pills.


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Do you really want him running the House Intelligence committee?

By Mike Huckabee

Liberal cable news outlets’ favorite camera hog, Rep. Adam Schiff, attacked New Jersey Republican Rep. Tom MacArthur as an anti-Korean bigot for saying his Korean-American opponent is “not one of us.”  But there were just a few things Schiff got wrong:

1. MacArthur didn’t say that.  It was in an ad run by a PAC that he had no approval over.

2.  The line about the Democrat not being "one of us" referred to him being a Pelosi liberal and a DC insider, not his ethnic background.

3.  MacArthur has two adopted children from Korea. 

At this writing, Schiff has yet to apologize, delete his widely-repeated tweet, or respond to requests for comment.  So I’ll comment for him:

If Democrats win back the House, this guy is going to be the head of the House Intelligence Committee.  If that doesn’t scare you into voting straight Republican, nothing will.


The Baltic Experience 2019

I am thrilled to announce an unforgettable trip to the Baltics for the summer of 2019! After many years of the Israel Experiences and our most recent trip the Mediterranean Experience cruise, we are bringing you another phenomenal cruise, the Baltic Experience! This all-inclusive cruise will feature some of the most beautiful places in the Baltic Sea and we will get to travel to and absorb these destinations aboard a luxury cruise ship from the Azamara Cruise line. If you have traveled with us before, you already know that all-inclusive means exactly that and there are no surprises along the way. The Baltic Experience will be no different. And when the weather is often unbearably hot throughout most of the US in August, we will be enjoying the cool and delightful weather that makes travel in the Baltic region perfect. Once again we have the entire ship and will fill our time on board with spectacular entertainment and special guests. In addition to the cruise we have multiple pre and post cruise offerings you can choose from to extend your trip. Our last cruise sold out in record time so we encourage you to get your cabin secured soon. We look forward to traveling with you soon and as always we will work tirelessly and do everything in our control to bring you The Greatest Trip.

To learn more about this exciting trip, visit my website here.

See you on the boat,

Mike Huckabee


Medal of Honor ceremony

By Mike Huckabee

Retired Sgt. Major John Canley is 80 years old now, and during his 28-year career with the US Marine Corps, he exhibited more courage and heroism than most people could in five lifetimes.  He served in Vietnam; received the Purple Heart, the Navy Cross and two Bronze Stars; and on Wednesday at the White House, he became the 300th Marine to receive the Medal of Honor.


President Trump said Canley exhibited “unmatched bravery in one of the longest and bloodiest battles of the Vietnam War, the battle of Hue city…John raced straight into enemy fire over and over again, saving numerous American lives and defeating a large group of communist fighters. Despite sustaining serious injuries — very, very serious injuries — he continued to face down the enemy with no thought for his own safety.”  He described Canley as “larger than life,” adding that soldiers like Canley are why “America is the greatest force for peace, justice and freedom the world has ever known.”


I recount all this not only because a hero like Sgt. Major John Canley deserves the recognition and gratitude of all Americans, but because I want to make sure you hear about this, since it didn’t air on MSNBC.  You won’t believe what they chose to cover instead, but click the link to find out.


Evening Edition - October 19

By Mike Huckabee

A wrap-up of all the news you might have missed yesterday!


Daily Verse

"Then shall ye call upon me, and ye shall go and pray unto me, and I will hearken unto you."

- Jeremiah 29:12

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Today's Commentary --- Nellie Ohr finally testifies Friday; also, why we love Judge Royce C. Lamberth -- Leftist loopiness -- "Halloween" returns -- Senator McCaskill caught on undercover video -- Former FBI agent sentenced -- The Baltic Experience 2019 -- Recipe fake too -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse

How to respond to media bias

October 19, 2018

The massive political divide we are experiencing in our country today is more than just about which side has the majority.
Today's Commentary --- Bias at Facebook and Google -- Hurricane Michael Update -- Why the Democrats must be defeated -- Defamation lawsuit -- One woman's view: UPDATE on Sen. Susan Collins - the backlash -- The Baltic Experience 2019 -- Religious Freedom win -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse

Bias at Facebook and Google

October 18, 2018

We’ve been hearing Mark Zuckerberg claim for months that Facebook isn’t biased against conservatives, even as the number of conservative users and media outlets that are banned from Facebook has been rising.
Today's Commentary --- Glenn Simpson took the Fifth, but we know what happened anyway -- Hurricane Michael Update -- Arizona witches -- Making America Great Again -- How Not To Create A Campaign Ad -- The Baltic Experience 2019 -- Beto won't share his toys -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse
Today's Commentary --- Glenn Simpson will show up for Congress after all but plead the Fifth-- First Man -- Federal judge says no -- Senator Warren's DNA test -- Good news for the news media -- The Baltic Experience 2019 -- Women's rights gets moved to the back of the line -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse

Today's Commentary --- One woman's view: In praise of First Lady Melania Trump-- Your Monday dose of fake news -- Huck PAC invests in conservatives -- Today's must read -- Good news for the news media: -- The Baltic Experience 2019 -- Women's rights gets moved to the back of the line -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse

Today's Commentary --- The mask is off the Democrats... -- Hurricane Michael Update -- Huck PAC invests in conservatives -- "Huckabee" preview -- Beto -- The Baltic Experience 2019 -- Attention White Women -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse
Today's Commentary --- Senate Republicans are on a roll -- Hurricane Michael Update -- Huck PAC invests in conservatives -- "Huckabee" preview -- Hillary finally loses her security clearance -- The Baltic Experience 2019 -- Trump accomplishments list -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse
I don’t know what they’ve put in the DC water supply – or maybe it’s the result of having a leader like President Trump who shrugs off the 24/7 media pummeling and punches back twice as hard (you know, like Obama suggested people do, but liberals hate it when it's done to them) – but Senate Republicans seem to have remembered that they are Republicans and that liberals are going to call them names no matter what they do, so they might as well do what their voters sent them there to do and to heck with the cable news nattering nabobs and Internet keyboard “warriors.”
I don’t know what’s gotten into Democrats these days, and I don’t just mean all the ones who keep endorsing acting like a torch-bearing mob in an old Frankenstein movie.
Today's Commentary --- Rod Rosenstein refuses to testify before Congress; Glenn Simpson, too -- Hurricane Michael Update -- Huck PAC invests in conservatives -- Michael Savage has a new book out -- Desperation -- The Baltic Experience 2019 -- The US economy goes on a wild ride -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse
Today's Commentary --- Susan Rice's son attacked over his political views -- Hurricane Michael Update -- Reader comment of the day -- Time to teach students again -- PS - Eye-opening information -- The Baltic Experience 2019 -- Facebook wants into your home -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse
Former Obama Administration official Susan Rice’s son, John David Rice-Cameron, is the president of the Stanford College Republicans (that must make for some lively Thanksgiving dinner conversations, but that’s not the point.)
Today's Commentary --- FBI attorney was told Rosenstein worked with admin insiders to depose Trump -- Hurricane Michael Update -- A terrible crime in Georgia -- Links -- In search of civility -- The Baltic Experience 2019 -- Facebook wants into your home -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse

Taylor, why'd you do it?

October 9, 2018

When pop star Taylor Swift finally let herself be badgered into abandoning her wise apolitical stance and endorsed the Democratic Senate candidate in Tennessee...
Today's Commentary --- Bombshell FBI news: the calm before the storm -- Hurricane Michael -- "More ruthless" -- Special education teacher tweets about killing Kavanaugh -- Madison, Wisconsin leaders vote to desecrate a mass grave -- The Baltic Experience 2019 -- Courage under fire -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse
Every time Democratic Socialist media darling and New York congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says anything about history, economics or government, I am stunned by her lack of knowledge of those basic topics...
At this writing, news is starting to break --- though details are yet to come --- about the FBI’s “collaboration” (it’s fun to use “collaboration” in this context) with lawyers working for Hillary Clinton...
Today's Commentary --- With Kavanaugh, Leftists show us what they really are -- The impact of the Kavanaugh hysteria -- A guest post from Doris D. -- Reader comment of the day -- Brett Kavanaugh's Op-Ed -- Huck PAC invests in conservatives -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse
Remember, all of the angry protests and unhinged rhetoric you’re seeing and hearing over Brett Kavanaugh’s SCOTUS nomination is based on the premise that women never lie about sexual assault allegations.

A guest post from Doris D.

October 4, 2018

I would like to speak out about women who make assault claims against men years after the event occurred. I believe I have the right to speak on this, as I was a victim of a brutal attack in October of 1972.

"This Moral Moment"

October 4, 2018

Sen. Cory Booker made it abundantly clear what kind of “fundamental change” America will undergo...
Today's Commentary --- "This Moral Moment" -- One woman's view: Kavanaugh protesters are setting women back decades -- The ricin story -- Now we know: FBI met with DNC/Hillary lawyer about Trump/Russia "collusion" -- Your Fake News For Thursday -- Huck PAC continues to fight for conservatives -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse
Today's Commentary --- More on the players in Uranium One, plus a timeline -- TOP STORY: FBI: stop investigating high school yearbooks and start declassifying Uranium One -- This could be a potential real "bombshell" story for a change: -- Broaddrick says no -- When Republicans Go Low, Democrats Go High, Part 1 -- “Progressive” Political Debate, Part 2 -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse

This could be a potential real "bombshell" story for a change: Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s former boyfriend of seven years has written a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee, contradicting several things she said under oath, and Chairman Grassley is demanding an explanation. The man, who asked that his name not be released (and good luck with that) claims that Ford never mentioned Kavanaugh or being assaulted to him; that she flew with him, including on a prop plane tour of Hawaii, without ever mentioning a fear of flying; that he found her a place to live that was 500 square feet with only one door, and she never mentioned a fear of small spaces or a need to have two doors; and most damaging of all, that he watched her coaching a friend on how to take a polygraph for a government job, despite claiming ignorance of how polygraphs works and denying she’d ever given anyone tips or advice on how to take a polygraph. 

RELATED READING:  Rachel Mitchell's report on Dr. Ford's case: so weak

Many wondered why prosecutor Rachel Mitchell asked that last question of her.  Now, there’s speculation that maybe she knew of this letter in advance.  If so, then Republicans who thought she was asking pointless questions might owe her a big apology.


Those of us who watched Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony last Thursday (um, that would be all of us) were frustrated to no end by the dispassionate, methodical and seemingly confined manner of questioning used by Rachel Mitchell,

Today's Commentary --- Rachel Mitchell's report on Dr. Ford's case: so weak -- FBI: stop investigating high school yearbooks and start declassifying Uranium One -- Google bias -- A giant-sized Huck's Hero salute -- Julie Swetnick -- Signs We’ve Reached Peak Media Hysteria: -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse
Despite his tough talk about Canada last week (or maybe because of it - Art of the Deal!), President Trump has reached an agreement...
Today's Commentary --- NAFTA replaced with new deal -- Kellyanne Conway says she was sexually assaulted: one woman responds -- Sickening cartoon -- Due Process For Me, But Not For Thee -- Today’s “Fake News” Item -- One year ago -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse
Today's Commentary --- HHS cancels contract with company associated with Planned Parenthood -- My Pilot Script for ABC's "The FBI: 2018" -- Huck PAC invests in conservatives -- "Huckabee" preview -- President Trump signs spending bill -- Jeff Flake caves -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse
Today's Commentary --- The Kavanaugh hearings and the case for mistaken identity, Part II -- My Pilot Script for ABC's "The FBI: 2018" -- Huck PAC invests in conservatives -- "Huckabee" preview -- Your Fake News Alert for Saturday: -- Israel's big announcement -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse
With no physical evidence or corroboration --- indeed, witnesses who contradict her story about their presence at a party at which she says she was assaulted --- Christine Blasey Ford’s case comes down to the truth of her recollections.
Today's Commentary --- The Kavanaugh hearings and the case for mistaken identity -- President Reagan's Letter -- Huck PAC invests in conservatives -- What got into the water in Sacramento? -- Tim Allen returns -- Updates to the Kavanaugh story -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse
I hate even to waste time on this, but since the media insists on taking seriously the claim brought forth by porn star lawyer Michael Avenetti that his client, Julie Swetnick, was drugged and gang-raped by someone at a party where Bret Kavanaugh was in attendance 35 years ago...
Today's Commentary --- Ease of picking up false Kavanaugh story shows this is a farce -- HHS cancels contract -- Huck PAC invests in conservatives -- President Trump's press conference -- Opening moves -- Mistaken identity? -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse
In George Orwell’s masterpiece “1984,” perhaps the ultimate horror novel, all citizens of Oceania participated in a daily group ritual in front of their telescreens called the “Two Minutes Hate.”
Considering it’s not even in syndicated reruns because its constant topical references have aged so badly, I don’t know why anyone thinks that bringing back the ‘90s sitcom “Murphy Brown” is a good idea.

Today's Commentary --- This is why the left has to keep the hate going -- Today's Must Read -- Huck PAC invests in conservative candidates -- NSA contractor gets sentence -- 4 Pinocchios -- "Gosnell" -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse

Today's Commentary --- Behold the grand puppet master -- Google bias -- Huck PAC invests in conservative candidates -- Gallup: Republican Party favorability rising -- Correction II -- Rod Rosenstein, just leave already -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse
Even though they’ve now gone completely off the rails, there were early signs of this politics-as-severe-mental-disorder trend of the left years ago.