Today's Newsletter November 12 Edition

November 12, 2017

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Today's Commentary:  Veterans Day -- Bill Clinton says rural folks are gullible -- Judge Roy Moore issues a response -- Assault Weapons Ban reintroduced -- Should you trust the media? -- Evaluating Election Day results -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries

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Bill Clinton says rural folks are gullible

By Mike Huckabee

Former President Bill Clinton took to the podium at Georgetown University, his alma mater (Class of ‘68), to badmouth political adversary President Trump for badmouthing political adversaries.

Clinton also had come up with an explanation for why Trump did so well in rural America against Democratic nominee (perhaps in light of recent revelations I should say “nominee”) Hillary.

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Judge Roy Moore issues a response

By Mike Huckabee

Alabama GOP Senate candidate and former Judge Roy Moore has issued a response to an article in the Washington Post, accusing him of having sexual contact with a then-14-year-old girl, 38 years ago when he was 32. The woman never filed a police report or made any public accusations against Moore in any of his previous campaigns. The paper cited claims by other women that Moore asked them out or kissed them back in the 1970s when they were age 16 to 18, but the age of consent was 16. Moore flatly denies the Washington Post article, calling it “completely false and a desperate political attack.” If so, it would not be the first time WaPo has published false or misleading hit pieces on Moore.

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Assault weapons ban reintroduced

By Mike Huckabee

In the aftermath of the horrific church shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas, Dianne Feinstein and 22 other Senate Democrats have already introduced a new “assault weapons” ban bill. I don’t like to accuse people of politicizing a tragedy, but it’s curious that they already have a bill written and ready to go this quickly, and that it so closely resembles a 2013 bill to revive the 1994 assault weapons ban that was sponsored by…Diane Feinstein.

The sponsors admit the new law “wouldn’t stop every mass shooting,” but they say we’ve got to start somewhere.

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Should you trust the media?

By Mike Huckabee

When you pick up a newspaper, read an article online, or watch TV news, do you trust what’s being said? SHOULD you trust it? The credibility of the media has tanked in recent years. And not just because the President fights back by talking about “fake news.” Several surveys reveal that 2/3 of Americans just don’t trust the media to give them accurate, balanced, or objective stories. Whether you love President Trump or not, 91% of news coverage about him is negative. 91%! No wonder he tweets! But it has not caused the public to love the media—they are barely more popular than food poisoning. As one who has been the target of the news media for nearly 30 years in politics, I’ve come to some simple conclusions:

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Evaluating Election Day results

This week brought some major political anniversaries. Monday was the 100th anniversary of the October Revolution that brought down Russia’s Tsar and ushered in nearly 75 years of communism – and (coincidentally, according to today’s college students) starvation, poverty, mass death, oppression, aggression, tyranny and…oh yes, “droughts.” Tuesday was also the one-year anniversary of Donald Trump’s unexpected defeat of Hillary Clinton (well, I predicted it, but nobody listened), which ushered in 12 months of liberals across America and all over the media throwing a 24/7 tantrum and screaming about “Resistance” like a Bolshevik revolutionary who was told to take a bath.

Yesterday will also go down as a political date of its own importance, but with echoes of both previous events.

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Additional commentaries by Mike Huckabee

Veterans Day



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  • Gary Letchford

    11/12/2017 10:56 AM

    One of the big cons on the Internet is to have an image that has a topic you want more information on it and you have to click it to get the story. When you click it, you get a paragraph or so about the topic and then a link asking you to click here for the next part of the story. When you click on the link, you get another link and only another paragraph and then click and so forth and so on. I believe this technique is used to obtain more clicks for a site to demonstrate its popularity to some entity

    Although your new method of having the email newsletter link to the website and then clicking on various topics is not as nasty as many I have experienced, you seem to heading in that direction. That is disappointing because I very much enjoy and usually agree with your thoughts. But to have to spend time clicking and clicking to go to different pages to get another segment is not my cup of tea. I want to see everything on one page and I don't mind scrolling and scrolling and scrolling. It is my hope that you will consider this in future editions and that other people tell you this also so that you understand it is not only myself.