David Huntwork column
David Huntwork is a conservative activist and freelance columnist in Fort Collins, Colorado, where he lives with his wife and three young daughters. He strongly believes in the importance of Faith, Family, and Freedom as the formula of success for a good life and a healthy nation. You may view his bio and past columns at http://dkhunt.tripod.com. Feel free to contact him with any comments or questions at DaveHuntwork@juno.com
The twists and turns of the Jessica Lynch story
November 14, 2003
With a book deal, multiple prime time interviews, and a made-for-television movie under her belt, not to mention naked pictures of her frolicking with fellow . . .
Valley of the Dry Bones
October 25, 2003
It is rare to find a book that incorporates desperation, history, politics, intrigue, law enforcement, Christianity, biblical principles, radical . . .
Rush and race
October 5, 2003
"I think what we've had here is a little social concern in the NFL. The media has been very desirous that a black quarterback do well. They're interested in . . .
What's wrong with the Caucasian Club?
September 25, 2003
Writing a column on race is the political equivalent of walking through a minefield or playing Russian roulette with your reputation. It is also a striking . . .
The seductive temptress
September 8, 2003
The modern political persuasion called Liberalism can be compared to a beautiful seductive temptress. Alluring and destined to feel good for a while but after . . .
A just war
August 13, 2003
The justification of the Iraq War should be old news by now, but still the shrill cry of “Where’s the WMD’s?” continues to reverberate across the political . . .
Living the Bill of Rights
July 11, 2003
Over Independence Day weekend, I threw my Chinese military issue SKS semiautomatic "assault rifle" in the back of the family mini van, grabbed my snub nose .38 . . .