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Chris Queen

All Chris Queen wanted to be growing up was a game show host, a weather man, or James Bond. But his writing talent won out.

By day, Chris is a somewhat mild-mannered church communications director, but by night, he keeps his finger on the pulse of culture and writes about it. Chris’s interests include Disney, college sports — especially his beloved Georgia Bulldogs — and a wide variety of music.

A native of Marietta, GA, Chris moved with his family as a child to nearby Covington, GA, where he still makes his home. He is on staff at and a member of Eastridge Community Church and enjoys spending time with family and friends.

In addition to his work at The Resurgent, Chris writes regularly at PJ Media, and he spent nearly a year as a contributor to NewsReal Blog. He has also written for Celebrations Magazine and two newspapers in Metro Atlanta.

Is Venezuela Closer to Dethroning Maduro?

A secret meeting between US officials and a top Venezuelan power broker yields as many questions as answers.

Strong Words Over a New York Times’ Headline

Editor Dean Baquet reportedly referred to the change as a “f***ing mess.”

The Left Wants the Democrats to Hitch Their Wagon to AOC’s Star

We’ve heard for years how the GOP is a divided party, with factions of various stripes vying for power and influence. What’s become equally obvious over the past year or so is that the Dem …

Bill Lee Finds Purpose in Serving the Public

Governor Bill Lee brings his experience in business and non-profit ministry to Tennessee.

Karen Handel on Her Plans to Recapture Georgia’s 6th District

She’s getting ready to send “Rocky Top” Lucy McBath back to Tennessee.

The Minds Behind the Freedom Caucus

House Freedom Caucus members Mark Meadows and Jody Hice shared their thoughts at the Resurgent Gathering

Weaponizing Transparency: Guy Benson and Casey Mattox at the Resurgent Gathering

It shouldn’t be much of a surprise to admit that the tribalism in our country has gotten out of hand. Our modern outrage culture has led to invasions of privacy. Why have things gotten so bad? H …

Governor Brian Kemp Talks About Georgia’s Economy at the Resurgent Gathering

The first guest at the 2019 Resurgent Gathering was Governor Brian Kemp of Georgia. Last year, he joined us at the Gathering as a candidate, and now that he has a few months of leading the state under …

The Left is Now Trying Hashtag Activism Against Trump

The #UnfollowTrump campaign may cost him some followers, but it won’t really change anything.

The Art of the (Merch) Deal

The Trump campaign has made merchandise clever – and fun – again.

A Tale of Two Milestones

Elizabeth Warren and John Hickenlooper are celebrating notably different landmarks in their campaigns.

Former Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., waves to the delegates before addressing the first day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia , Monday, July 25, 2016. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

Bernie Continues to Complain About Bias…at MSNBC

The current crop of Democrats running for president are the most left-leaning at least in my lifetime, if not ever. And of course among them is Bernie Sanders, the Vermont senator and democratic socia …

Hey CNN, Since When is a Landslide Vote Divisive?

The House of Representatives approved a resolution that expresses opposition to the anti-Israel BDS (Boycott, Divest, Sanction) movement. House Resolution 246, though non-binding, calls out the BDS mo …

Booker Fantasizes About Punching the President

One of the most common critiques about President Trump is that he’s unpresidential. There’s some truth to that idea, because he says – and tweets – things that no previous pres …

Texas Stands Up Against the Chicken Bullies

In an era where it seems like our freedoms of conscience are dwindling away, it’s refreshing to see one state standing up to make sure that business owners won’t face discrimination based …

The New York Times’ Disgusting Virtue Signaling on the Space Race

This weekend’s 50th anniversary celebration of the Apollo 11 lunar landing is a reminder of one of those rare, thrilling moments where the world was held in thrall by something exciting and insp …

McConnell Says Everyone Should Choose Their Words More Carefully

The coverage of President Donald Trump’s latest tweet controversy is amazing. At the gym, I noticed how news network headlines demonstrated today’s echo chamber mentality: CNN crowed that …

Beto’s White Guilt Moment

Just think: it was just last week that everyone was up in arms over the revelation that Senator Mitch McConnell’s (R-KY) ancestors owned slaves. But the way the news cycles move these days, that …

Former Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., waves to the delegates before addressing the first day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia , Monday, July 25, 2016. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

Bernie’s Back-And-Forth on Attending Netroots Nation May Reveal a Thin Skin

Bernie Sanders has decided to skip the left-centric Netroots Nation conference that’s taking place this weekend in Philadelphia. Surprisingly, his cancellation doesn’t appear to having any …

Will the Latest Gaffes from Bernie and AOC’s Camp Gain Traction?

Anytime a Republican says or does something remotely out of turn, the mainstream media will turn it into a “gaffe” that we hear about for weeks or sometimes years. Think about it. Remember …


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