Austin Hill is a Talk Show Host At Boise, Idaho's 580 KIDO Radio, and a frequent Guest Host on the Fox Newstalk Radio Network. He is the Author of "White House Confidential: The Little Book Of Weird Presidential History," And Co-Author of the forthcoming title "The Virtues Of Capitalism: A Moral Case For Free Markets" (Northfield/Moody Press, 2010).
Austin has hosted for some of America's most prestigious talk radio outlets, including KFI AM 640 in Los Angeles, 550 KFYI in Phoenix, Newstalk KIRO in Seattle, Newstalk 92-3 KTAR in Phoenix, and 560 WIND in Chicago. He is also a Web TV host for DC Web TV Dot Com.
Austin is the author of "White House: Confidential - The Little Book Of Weird Presidential History." He holds a Bachelor's Degree in English Literature from California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo, and a Master's Degree in Philosophy of Religion and Ethics from Biola University, CA
Visit www.austinhill.net to learn more about Austin.
I don't see where it says that he is a Journalist.
Did you ever think that he used the word as an adjective and not a noun?
> “He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature from California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo, and a Master’s Degree in Philosophy of Religion and Ethics from Biola University, CA...”
“Did you ever think that he used the word as an adjective and not a noun?” <
Principal = main (adjective)
Principal = person or headmaster (noun)
Principal = money (noun)
Principle = basic idea (noun)
Principle = guiding or moral rule (noun)
If Mr. Hill has written ONE article, he’s a journalist and one with a Masters Degree at that.
He can’t use “principal” in this context because the word “fundamental” preceding it modifies the noun following it which should be “principle(s).”
I just pointed it out. You wanted to make an argument out of my pointing it out. By the way, it’s an excellent article; he nailed it.