Mike Huckabee, a former Arkansas governor who now makes queasily bad jokes on Twitter, may face a class action lawsuit for an illegal marketing campaign.
Mike Huckabee is one of those people who, at one time, had a real job as Governor of Arkansas. These days, he doesn’t seem to have much to do, besides promote Donald Trump. That should, in theory, mean that he has ample time to come up with good metaphors for a Trump candidacy. So why did this tweet happen?
This weekend, Mike Huckabee, former governor of Arkansas and self-appointed spokesman for emptiness, told Fox News that the recent killings of two black men by police were not grounded in race. “More white people have been shot by police officers this past year than minorities,” Huckabee said in the interview. He said…
Yesterday, the UK voted—essentially by accident, both on the part of the pompous drip who called the referendum and the voters who didn’t bother to learn what it meant—to exit the European Union. Today, David Cameron resigned, the pound plunged to its lowest level since 1985, global financial markets plummeted, and …
Adele, being neither American nor a lunatic, is reportedly not interested in contributing to the presidential campaigns of howling invertebrates Donald Trump and/or Mike Huckabee.
I am completely overwhelmed.
In Chicago, Mayor Rahm Emanuel wants Chicago police to carry tasers and become trained to defuse non-lethal situations with non-lethal weapons and force. What a concept!
Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee/sad-eyed Pound Puppy would like to clarify that he does not support or defend his friend Josh Duggar when it comes to his history of child molestation, nor has he ever supported or defended Josh Duggar in regards to the sexual abuse he committed against his sisters. Huh,…
Kevin Swanson, the Drudge Report headline who morphed into a Colorado pastor, is a homophobe in the truest sense of the word. He’s actually afraid of gay people! Like, this guy is afraid of gay people in the same way many gay people are afraid of the inevitable cancellation of RuPaul’s Drag Race.
Friday and Saturday in Des Moines, Iowa, anti-gay pastor Kevin Swanson is holding what he’s termed the National Religious Liberties Conference. Half a day in, it’s already been a bizarre event, with Swanson ranting about gays, abortion, and the rise of “vampirism and cannibalism” in America. Also, presidential…
In the wake of a CNBC debate where the moderators very rudely asked questions of the GOP presidential candidates, those candidates are yelling at the Republican National Committee en masse, demanding more control over the next debate and fewer “gotcha” questions. Also, presumably more questions about just how each…
Former Arkansas Governor and current contender for grouchiest Cabbage Patch Doll Mike Huckabee spent last night’s Democratic debate on a tear, tweeting rather unreservedly about the issues. It was eye-opening, at least for anyone not already aware of his penchant for terrible metaphors.
Mike Huckabee has a new ad. (In related and probably somewhat surprising news for most of the country, Mike Huckabee is still running for president, polling at around 6 percent.) In an exceedingly strained metaphor, the ad compares Washington D.C. to a strip club of some kind:
Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee is concerned that Rainbow Doritos are an attack on Christianity—that’s right, tasty corn chips are coming for his sweet, sweet religion.
After what felt like the amount of time it would take a three-legged turtle to complete a marathon, the second 2015 Republican debate ended. This was a long day for me and I am ready to leave Simi Valley, hopefully never to return. However, there is one more stop I need to make: the Spin Room.
It seems like just moments ago that we all endured the first debate among thousands of Republicans who want to be president. And yet somehow, both fall and another debate are upon us, twin reminders of the passage of time, the inevitability of death, and the grim unpleasant duties that consume much of our fleeting…
High from his “freedom rally” with Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis, Republican Presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee weighed in on the Dred Scott decision—because when you’re wrong, be wrong about everything.
Today, in a beautiful dudefight that perfectly illustrates the relentlessly petty dickishness of the American political process, we have this: an aide to Governor Mike Huckabee is said to have physically blocked Ted Cruz from talking to reporters or the crowd at yesterday’s rally in support of Kim Davis.
Kim Davis was released from jail Tuesday morning, with instructions not to interfere with her office handing out marriage licenses to legally eligible couples. Unwilling to let his opportunity for publicity-friendly faux martyrdom slip away that easily, Mike Huckabee offered this afternoon to go to jail “in her place.”