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The RJ Moeller Show: Hunter Baker and J.P. Freire

This week’s episode of “The RJ Moeller Show” opens with a conversation with a return guest to the podcast: Professor Hunter Baker. Hunter BakerDr. Baker serves as dean of instruction and associate professor of political science at Union University. Baker holds a bachelor’s of science in economics and political science from Florida State University, a master’s of public administration from the University of Georgia, a J.D. from the University of Houston, and a PhD in religion, politics and society from Baylor University. He served as president of the Florida State University chapter of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship as an undergraduate. Baker is the co-founder of “The City,” a journal of Christian thought, and he is a senior editor of “Renewing Minds,” a journal published by Union University. Follow him on Twitter at @hunterbaker. His new book, “Political Thought: A Students Guide” is out now, and it’s a tremendous read. In the second segment, R.J. welcomes J.P. Freire, a journalist in Washington, D.C., for nearly a decade. He is a contributing editor to the American Spectator, where he blogs. Freire was the managing editor of commentary for the Washington Examiner, as well as the managing editor of the American Spectator. His work has also appeared in National Review, Reason and the New York Times. He regularly appears on MSNBC and Fox News. Follow him on Twitter at @JPFreire.