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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 pop culture and writes about it. In addition to his Disney obsession (as evidenced by his posts on this website), Chris's interests include 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 an active charter member of Eastridge Community Church and enjoys spending time with family and friends.

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

Check out his website, www.chrisqueen.net.

Chris is the author of Football, Faith, & Flannery O'Connor: A Love Letter To The South,,.

WRITTEN BY Chris Queen
The environmental-protest suicide of a gay rights lawyer demonstrates the left's commitment to leftism no matter what.
City employees have resorted to paper and pens to conduct business.
Pastor Greg Locke's recent tweet is a prime example.
You might expect The Onion or The Daily Mash to advocate for test driving a command economy, but this is a serious op-ed!
Nonetheless, they have been worth watching even though they came nowhere near the gold.
Scores of Christian leaders call for "just, compassionate and welcoming policies" toward refugees and "Dreamers."