Jamie Freeze Baird column
Jamie Baird received battlefield experience in the war of ideology while attending the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. While earning her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and History, she served as Vice President of the College Republicans and was the lone conservative opinion columnist for The Carolinian, UNCG's student newspaper. After surviving college without becoming a liberal, she graduated in 2009. Jamie received her Master of Arts in Government, with certification in Law and Public Policy from Regent University in 2011, where she was also active in the College Republicans. You can contact Jamie at jamiebaird12@gmail.com with questions, comments, rants, and snide remarks.


Disabled veteran and his service dog denied entry
Jamie Freeze Baird
December 8, 2013

Saturday, my husband, an honorably discharged disabled combat veteran, went to a new store to look around. He has been diagnosed with PTSD, and we recently . . .


Keeping our honor clean
Jamie Freeze Baird
January 14, 2012

Unless you've been living under a rock the last few days, you've seen this story about Marines urinating on dead Taliban soldiers. Of course, US officials have . . .


(Another) man down
Jamie Freeze Baird
December 20, 2011

On Friday, December 16, a rap artist known as Slim Dunkin was shot and killed at an Atlanta recording studio. He joins over twenty other rappers who have been . . .


General George S. Patent Leather: Conservatives and DADT
Jamie Freeze Baird
December 21, 2010

Last week, eight Republicans helped the Senate repeal Don't Ask Don't Tell (DADT), which effectively ends the suppression of open homosexuals in the military. . . .


He/she/it goes to college
Jamie Freeze Baird
November 9, 2010

Imagine the following scenario. Susie graduates from high school and is accepted to a women's college. Susie goes to college, but during her sophomore year, . . .


Does the end justify the means?
Jamie Freeze Baird
September 15, 2010

September 13, 2010 marked the fourteenth anniversary of Tupac Shakur's death. Honestly, I never would have known this had I not been surfing Facebook that day. . . .


Only American life is valuable
Jamie Freeze Baird
August 18, 2010

If you are reading this, chances are, you identify yourself as pro-life. You probably oppose abortion, euthanasia, and embryonic stem-cell research. You call . . .


What's love got to do with it?
Jamie Freeze Baird
June 23, 2010

God is love. A catechism we learn as children. A line in a song. A mantra repeated by Christians. A fact questioned by unbelievers. A fact forgotten in the . . .


In defense of Helen Thomas
Jamie Freeze Baird
June 9, 2010

Isn't it amazing how one fifteen-second-sound byte can bring a career to a grinding halt? I'm sure Helen Thomas is reflecting on that point even now. Gone are . . .


Wright has never been so wrong
Jamie Freeze Baird
April 27, 2010

For the past twenty-two years, I have been guided by a man who counseled me, admonished me, corrected me, and led me. This man's influence is clearly seen in my . . .


Congress mugged, Atlas shrugged
Jamie Freeze Baird
March 22, 2010

Last night, I had a terrible nightmare that America adopted socialized medicine. Then I went to sleep. On March 21, 2010, Congress voted to pass health care  . . .


When politics and history collide
Jamie Freeze Baird
March 19, 2010

Students of history quickly learn that the annals of history are full of cycles and patterns. After all, history repeats itself. Of course, history is made . . .


Pointing fingers...it's the American way
Jamie Freeze Baird
February 14, 2010

Ronald Reagan once said, "It has been said that politics is the second oldest profession. I have learned that it bears a striking resemblance to the first." Let . . .


A cause worth fighting for
Jamie Freeze Baird
December 26, 2009

As you celebrated the Christmas season with your family, I'm sure you reflected on the importance of family and friends. Perhaps you watched anxiously as your . . .


Facts are stubborn things: Obama is a natural-born citizen
Jamie Freeze Baird
December 22, 2009

I never will forget meeting former North Carolina State Senator Hugh Webster my senior year of high school. He came to my school and had lunch with the seniors. . . .


"I don't understand how a Christian can be a Republican"
Jamie Freeze Baird
November 23, 2009

After four years in a large secular university, I was looking for an oasis. I found that oasis at Regent University, a small Christian university located in . . .


Yet another inalienable right flying out the window...
Jamie Freeze Baird
October 13, 2009

Christopher Savoie, an American citizen, is currently being held in a Japanese jail cell without trial, interrogated without an attorney present, denied medical . . .


The ticking bomb in our backyard
Jamie Freeze Baird
September 30, 2009

Love it or hate it, America has become entrenched in foreign affairs. If you turn on the news or pick up the paper you can read a lot about US relations in the . . .


Will the real conservative movement please stand up? (Part 2)
Jamie Freeze Baird
September 16, 2009

Last week, I unwittingly unleashed the monster of the conservative movement. I knew that I would step on some toes by questioning my fellow conservative's . . .


Will the real conservative movement please stand up?
Jamie Freeze Baird
September 8, 2009

As someone who enjoys standing on the moral high ground, I worry that a flash flood of insanity will knock me into the mud. The moral high ground I stand on is . . .


You know Communism has failed when you're out of toilet paper
Jamie Freeze Baird
August 17, 2009

According to recent news reports, Cuba is entering crisis mode: They are running out of toilet paper. Cuba both imports toilet paper and makes its own, but raw . . .


An open letter to Obama
Jamie Freeze Baird
August 12, 2009

Dear President Obama (info@<NOSPAM>barackobama.com), I have kept myself abreast on the ongoing process of health care reform and your efforts to . . .


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