On this episode of The People's Podcast, Governor Huckabee speaks with bestselling author John Cribb about this week's Inauguration and the lessons that soon to be President Biden could take from another president who inherited a divided country - Abraham Lincoln.
This week on “The People’s Podcast,” Governor Huckabee talks with attorney and former DOJ prosecutor James Trusty about last week’s riots, this week’s impeachment, and the importance of reason, evidence, and fidelity to the law in our current era of hysteria. The Governor also responds to some online outrage he received this past week after condemning the rioters at the Capitol, and spoiler alert: He isn’t issuing any apologies.
On the latest episode of "The People's Podcast," Governor Huckabee reflects on the tragic events that took place at the Capitol on January 6. He's joined by Congressman Steve Womack of Arkansas, who shares his reaction to what took place, what it was like on Capitol Hill that day, and what it means for our country moving forward.
On this episode of The People's Podcast, Governor Huckabee breaks down the Georgia results and explains the momentum behind the masses of the President's supporters gathering in Washington, DC today in protest of the electoral vote certification in Congress.
This week on a very special bonus edition of "The People's Podcast," Gov. Huckabee is joined by Republican Senator David Perdue, who is running the race of his life right now to defeat Jon Ossoff in next week's Georgia Senate runoff elections. In an exclusive interview, Senator Perdue details his opponent's radical left agenda and dangerous ties to the Chinese Communist Party and shares how he keeps his energy up amidst a grueling campaign season. In this must-listen conversation, Governor Huckabee lays out the stakes on January 5th, and why Georgia's choice in these elections is really a choice for all Americans, and the kind of country we'll all inhabit in 2021 and beyond.
This week on "The People's Podcast," the Governor shares a Huckabee Family Recipe just in time for the holidays, and on a trip down memory lane, he tells us what Congress could learn about fiscal responsibility from the Newlywed Huckabees who were just starting out decades ago. Then he catches up with the brilliant Stanford Professor of Medicine Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, who shares his common sense philosophy on public health solutions to the pandemic, and why lockdowns are harming more lives than saving them.
This week on "The People's Podcast," Governor Huckabee spoke with fellow Arkansan Leslie Rutledge, who explained why she became one of the 17 Attorneys General to join Texas' lawsuit challenging the results of November's election. The Governor also shares the good news on the COVID-19 vaccine front and breaks down a new collusion scandal involving a prominent House Democrat and the Chinese Communist Party. But first, he'll share a history lesson on the election of 1876, and why it's worth remembering in 2020.
On a special video episode of The People's Podcast, Governor Huckabee welcomes Candace Owens for a conversation about her legal battle with the so-called social media fact-checkers, the rise of tech censorship worldwide, how the Congress vs. Big Tech showdown will play out, the China-Eric Swalwell scandal, America's relationship with Russia and China, and the record number of Black voters supporting President Trump.
This week on “The People’s Podcast,” Governor Huckabee reminisces on the good ol’ days when the American Left protected free speech rather than oppressing it, all while recounting the radical record of Biden’s new HHS pick Xavier Becerra. Later, he catches up with Tyler Goodspeed of the White House Council of Economic Advisers on the road to economic recovery as America grapples with the pandemic.
Ever wonder what ever happened to good old-fashioned gumshoe reporting? Veteran journalist Uma Pemmaraju has the answer on this week’s “People’s Podcast,” speaking with Governor Huckabee all about the news media’s declining standards in our ironically named information era.