Last week, likely Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee sparred with comedian Jon Stewart over sexuality and music. Huckabee is troubled by Beyoncé but is just fine with Ted Nugent. Columnist Dave Helling writes that this is just an early salvo in a culture war that is likely to dominate the 2016 presidential election debate.
Last week, likely Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee sparred with comedian Jon Stewart over sexuality and music. Huckabee is troubled by Beyoncé but is just fine with Ted Nugent. Columnist Dave Helling writes that this is just an early salvo in a culture war that is likely to dominate the 2016 presidential election debate. File photos
Last week, likely Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee sparred with comedian Jon Stewart over sexuality and music. Huckabee is troubled by Beyoncé but is just fine with Ted Nugent. Columnist Dave Helling writes that this is just an early salvo in a culture war that is likely to dominate the 2016 presidential election debate. File photos

Dave Helling: Whose side are you on in the culture war, Beyoncé’s or Ted Nugent’s?

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