Wednesday, December 14, 2011

C-Span to Air Huckabee Pro-Life Forum

C-Span will air the Citizens United/Huckabee Pro-Life Forum at 8 pm ET

Read more from C-Span here.

You can also read up to the minute Live-Blog details from The Iowa Republican.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Next up on Mike Huckabee's Plate: Pro-Life Forum

On Wednesday, December 14th, Mike Huckabee will be host to Citizens United's new film The Gift of Life. Screening the film first before more than 1000 Iowans, Huckabee will then host a forum that focuses on the issue of Life. Life that begins at conception and contains all the DNA necessary to develop into a baby. This is the key issue that got Mike Huckabee involved in politics. It's where his heart is held captive when it comes to social issues.

So far only four Republican candidates are attending the forum: Michele Bachmann, Newt Gingrich, Rick Perry and Rick Santorum.  Huntsman, Paul and Romney were invited but have yet to RSVP with a yes.

The issue of keeping a pregnancy or ending it in abortion is not the key issue that plagues the hearts of those who have been unemployed for over 99 weeks or of small business owners who just don't have enough capital to consider hiring another employee in the new year. But that doesn't mean it is not a key issue for many voters who have worked hard to further the Pro-Life cause.

Mike Huckabee has an exemplary record of championing Pro-Life bills and getting them passed through a Democrat legislature in Arkansas. So I hope he asks each candidate what they have done either personally or professionally to help change the hearts and minds of those in the pro-choice camp.

Why are the other candidates not signed on to this forum? What does Jon Huntsman have to lose? He has bragged openly about being more pro-life than Mitt Romney. So why not take the time to sit down and discuss with those 1000 Iowans his record in Utah? His numbers in the polls could only go up.

Mitt Romney, who is not really trusted on this issue, could use this platform to cement the fact that he truly is a fighter for the pro-life cause.  Yes he will open himself up to questions, but he has been running as a pro-life candidate for six years now so he should have some pretty darn good answers.

And finally Ron Paul, an OB/GYN who stated in 2007 “If you can’t protect life then how can you protect liberty?” should be at this forum highlighting his credentials in the Pro-Life fight.

This forum will give viewers insight on an issue that has hardly been discussed this election cycle.  But with the true meaning of Christmas being about the birth of Christ, it seems like the perfect time of year to talk about the unborn. Mike Huckabee has prepared a seat for them at the forum, and they won't be turned away.

Register  to attend this event

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Tebow Mania: Mike Huckabee interviews Tim Tebow

Tebow Mania has taken the country by storm. Everyone seems to be writing about him and giving their perspective on his football skills, his faith, and his ability to help the Denver Broncos win.

In light of all that, it seems the perfect time to post Mike Huckabee's  June interview with Tim Tebow where they discussed Tebow's book Through My Eyes.

I find Tim Tebow to be a great role model, not only for kids, but for anyone who is part of a team. I like how Tebow always gives credit to his teammates and emphasizes some of their winning plays on the field.

Secularists are running scared because Tebow is not afraid to talk about his love for Christ. But they don't realize that God's kingdom has room for everyone to be part of the team. Tim Tebow knows how the ultimate game ends. And that's why he always gives God the glory.

Monday, December 5, 2011

Afterthoughts on Huckabee Republican Presidential Forum

Mike Huckabee, a former 2008 Presidential candidate himself, designed a forum that would give all candidates equal time, substantiative questions, and an opportunity to showcase their campaign for the American voter. There were no gotcha questions, no pitting one candidate against another, nor any silliness where a candidate has to raise his/her hand. As HotAir stated, it was Hucktastic.

Only one candidate declined the opportunity to answer the questions by Attorneys General: Pam Bondi, Ken Cuccinelli and Scott Pruitt--candidate Jon Huntsman. Mike Huckabee noted that Huntsman blew an opportunity that will definitely affect his campaign via GOP12

Complete video of the Huckabee Forum via

Backstage at the Huckabee Forum via NYT

Mike Huckabee grading the Republican Candidates via GOP12

Huckabee gets kudos for an improved, alternate format via HotAir

Vote online who you thought won the Huckabee Forum via WorldMag

Friday, December 2, 2011

Mike Huckabee will Host Republican Presidential Forum

Don't forget to tune into an extended Huckabee Show Saturday night at 8 pm ET where Mike Huckabee will host the Republican Presidential Forum: #huckforum

"Just a reminder: This Saturday from 8-10pm ET, my show will have a 2 hour special featuring the GOP Presidential candidates---all of whom are going to be posed questions not by media "stars" but by GOP Attorneys General Scott Pruitt of Oklahoma, Pam Bondi of Florida, and Ken Cuccinelli of Virginia; I will moderate. The candidates all get the exact same amount of time; the order in which they answer questions is determined by a random drawing and not by arbitrary decisions of "king maker" moderators.

The candidates will appear singularly on stage and are not allowed to discuss or attack other candidates, but must stick to questions which will focus on the federal/state relations of immigration, education, jobs, Obamacare, etc. It will be a very unique format and substantive---no "gotcha" stuff. I encourage you to tune in and please let your friends and family know about the debate as well."