Frederick Hunt

Semi-retired business executive with background in engineering and high-tech materials manufacturing, marketing and applications. Well traveled to lots of interesting and exotic places, but not as resident. Interacted with the FTC as industry representative and FHWA to introduce new engineering material. Represented the U.S. in international trade organization dealing with Pre-Stressed and Post-Tensioned Concrete. Currently a Defense Contractor to Navy Air Warfare Laboratories. Now an activist and writer on items of national interest with an inbred concern about non-scientists making rash judgments on technical issues.

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By Frederick Hunt On Thursday, August 8th, 2013

Equity: The New Rallying Cry

President Obama has introduced a new rallying cry for solving the problems of racial inequalities and has spawned a whole new industry of activists under the banner of “Equity.” This is no more than More...

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By Frederick Hunt On Tuesday, August 6th, 2013

The Minimum Wage: Necessary But Misunderstood

Was the minimum wage ever intended to guarantee a wage that would support a family? Or, is it a device to protect the least skilled of our citizens from being taken advantage of in the job market? Following the More...

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By Frederick Hunt On Sunday, July 28th, 2013

Thorium – The Friendly and Future Nuclear Fuel

Thorium, the little known cousin to uranium and plutonium, offers multiple opportunities to be the energy of choice for the future. Thorium belongs to a group of heavy elements and has an atomic number of 90. The More...

Cartrlidge Brass
By Frederick Hunt On Thursday, July 18th, 2013

What You Should Know About Cartridge Brass

In March of this year the DoD curtailed the sale of expended brass cartridges by ordering that they be mutilated (shredded) and sold as scrap.  The order was rescinded a few weeks later when a tsunami of complaints More...

Russian Spetsnaz Troops
By Frederick Hunt On Friday, July 12th, 2013

FEMA Signs Protocol With Russia – Plans For Joint Operations?

  On June 25, FEMA signed a Protocol with the Russian Emergency Ministry to exchange experts during joint rescue operations in major disasters.  This from a press release out of EMERCOM which is the voice of More...

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By Frederick Hunt On Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

House Investigates Potential NSA Invasion of Privacy

The NSA, FBI and DOJ testified quite completely on the existing data collection programs, but is there more? The National Security Agency (NSA) testified before The House Select Intelligence Committee on June 18 More...

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By Frederick Hunt On Saturday, July 6th, 2013

Why a War on Coal? It Is Not in Sight on Urgent Priorities

With an ailing economy, high unemployment, multiple scandals and a world in tumult, the president plans for regulations on coal-fired power which would threaten 500,000 jobs and cripple an industry that supplies More...

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By Frederick Hunt On Sunday, June 23rd, 2013

Can We Trust the Government? Signs Point to No

Several issues have strained the public’s ability to trust the government. Recently we were challenged by President Obama regarding our inability to trust the Executive Branch, Congress, and the federal judiciary More...

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By Frederick Hunt On Monday, June 10th, 2013

Government Spying: Obama Wants Your Trust

In the latest case of government spying, Obama says, in essence — trust me. To quote Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), “Just when you think it can’t get any worse under this president, it does. This is an all out More...

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By Frederick Hunt On Thursday, June 6th, 2013

Susan Rice Appointed By Obama To Be National Security Advisor — No Congressional Approval Required

Susan Rice appointed by Obama: It was announced Wednesday that Rice will be the next National Security Advisor, a position requiring no Congressional approval that shares in the “executive privilege  cloak. More...