This week on The People's Podcast, Governor Huckabee reflects on the tragic shooting spree in Boulder, CO, honoring the victims and heroes who lost their lives. He also sets the record straight on the type of firearm that was used, since we know the media won't -- they're too busy spinning the tragedy to further the Left's gun control agenda. Later, he catches up with Customs & Border Patrol Council President Brandon Judd about the ongoing crisis at our Southern Border, and how Biden's reversal of Trump's policies is taking a toll on communities, law enforcement, border patrol, and the migrants themselves.
Special guests Callie and Cameron Kimball (and their attorney) join this bonus addition of "The People's Podcast with Mike Huckabee" to discuss their "outrageous" experience of getting kicked off a Spirit Airlines flight because their four-year-old son, who has autism, was not wearing a mask (despite having a medical note explaining why he's unable to wear one).
Biden is still hiding as of this week’s publication of The People’s Podcast, which marks his 55th day in office without a press conference, breaking a 100 year record on presidential evasiveness. Here to discuss the president’s Q&A allergy is media watchdog Joe Concha, who ponders the question we’re all thinking: With such kid gloves treatment from the press, what exactly is Uncle Joe so afraid of? Plus, Governor Huckabee weighs in on Andrew Cuomo’s plunge from pandemic prince to pitiless pervert and offers some wisdom to the embattled New Yorker, from one three term Governor to another.
Governor Huckabee opens the latest episode of "The People's Podcast" by tackling some of the biggest topics in the news, including the crisis (or is it just a "challenge"?) at the border, the news that taxpayers will be footing the bill for transgender surgeries in the military, and the latest revelations about the self-serving scam artists of the so-called Lincoln Project. And later, he welcomes human rights activist, scholar, and author Ayaan Hirsi Ali, whose latest book (Prey: Immigration, Islam, and the Erosion of Women's Rights) looks at how the eruption of sexual violence in Europe is linked to the arrival of millions of migrants from Muslim-majority countries. She and Gov. Huckabee discuss what America must learn from that, and why it's not an immigration problem but a culture one.
On this week's bonus episode of The People's Podcast, Governor Huckabee discusses the profound significance of the Pope's visit to Iraq with Father Benedict Kiely, founder of Nasarean.org and fearless advocate for persecuted Christians in the Middle East.
This week on The People’s Podcast, Governor Huckabee talks with former senior adviser to President Trump and longtime conservative movement warrior Mercedes Schlapp. They discuss the CPAC convention that took place over the weekend, and break down Left’s latest looney meltdown over the event’s stage assembly. Yes, we’re serious. Plus, Mercedes shares her family’s history in Cuba and what her father’s struggles there taught her about the value of our American freedoms – and why defending and preserving those freedoms is our most urgent priority as conservatives and as Americans.
On the latest episode of "The People's Podcast," Governor Huckabee welcomes Congressman Jim Banks for a wide-ranging conversation about why the Republican Party will retake the majority in Congress at the 2022 midterm elections, what the $1.9 trillion stimulus package is *really* going toward, and how the Trump Agenda will survive the "very small minority" of Republicans like Liz Cheney who continue their head-scratching efforts to undermine it.
On this week’s episode of The People’s Podcast, Governor Huckabee speaks with Johns Hopkins University surgeon and Professor of Health Policy Dr. Marty Makary, who shares some good news on the coronavirus front and tells us why he’s optimistic we’ll have herd immunity by April. Plus, the Gov breaks down the Democrats so-called covid relief legislation, which is so loaded with pork it will raise all of our blood pressure.
On this episode of "The People's Podcast," Governor Huckabee is joined by Beau Wise and Tom Sileo for a special conversation about their new book, Three Wise Men: A Navy SEAL, a Green Beret, and How Their Marine Brother Became a War's Sole Survivor. It's an amazing memoir about family, service, and sacrifice that centers on Beau, a Marine who lost both of his brothers in combat, thus making Beau the only "Sole Survivor" during the war in Afghanistan.
This week, Governor Huckabee catches up with Star Parker, a longtime activist and his longtime friend, about her lifetime quest for a cure to what is ailing America’s poorest communities, and what needs to be done next in the fight against poverty. Plus, Governor Huckabee shares news of his recent move back to Little Rock, Arkansas from Florida, and why some members of the family aren’t very happy with him!