He's the candidate the GOP hates to love. Read why Paul's constitutionalism, consistency, and electability are under-appreciated. Published January 20 2012
Amanda Read's weekly brief review of current events-Huntsman steps down, Miss America political?, and fetomaternal michrochimerism Published January 15 2012
This is Amanda Read’s weekly brief review of current events. Published January 7 2012
Although "The Grace Effect" isn’t a political book, the interface of politics and faith plays a role in the story and it should be on your reading list for 2012. Published January 7 2012
Amanda Read is a political columnist for the Communities at The Washington Times. A professional writer and researcher, Amanda is also a Christian homeschool graduate, unconventional college student, military daughter, and eldest of the nine Read children at Fair Hills ...Read More
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