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Hunter Baker
by | Jan 19, 2012

The president has ruled against granting permission to build the Keystone Pipeline in the United States. In so doing, he makes a decision against the oil of our friendly, democratic, and peaceful neighbors to the north and for the oil…

by | Jan 19, 2012

The president has ruled against granting permission to build the Keystone Pipeline in the United States. In so doing, he makes a decision against the oil of our friendly, democratic, and peaceful neighbors to the north and for the oil…

by | Jan 17, 2012

Jon Huntsman betrayed South Carolina’s largest newspaper, The State, by getting out of the race, but did everyone else a big favor. Getting the field down to five candidates was an improvement.  Rick Perry came through with one of his best…

by | Jan 17, 2012

Jon Huntsman betrayed South Carolina’s largest newspaper, The State, by getting out of the race, but did everyone else a big favor. Getting the field down to five candidates was an improvement.  Rick Perry came through with one of his best…

by | Oct 9, 2011

I tuned in to the Washington Ideas Forum on C-Span recently to see Chris Matthews talking about Mitt Romney and the tea partiers. Matthews described Romney as a happy robot who has never had a bad day and who doesn’t…

by | Aug 2, 2011

I was listening to news radio and heard an update in which the senate majority leader Harry Reid gave his interpretation of events on the debt ceiling negotiation. The part that really got my attention was where he insisted that…

by | Jul 25, 2011

I grew up reading both comic books and stories about various pulp fiction heroes.  My favorite in the pulp genre as a kid was Doc Savage, the Man of Bronze.  He traveled with his group of highly capable friends and…

by | Apr 9, 2011

Well, we’ve had our discussions about budgets as moral documents and now have reached a budget deal that went right up to the brink of a government shutdown. To those friends of mine who are also Christians, but identify more…

by | Apr 3, 2011

While visiting my grandmother’s home for her 95th birthday a little evening television surfing brought us to House Hunters International. We observed with fascination as a couple living in New Orleans worked toward their move to the French countryside. The…

by | Mar 15, 2011

Every leader worthy of notice has had some signature success, some achievement for which they are known. Except for the truly exceptional ones they will spend the rest of their careers following the same strategy they used in the original…

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