Alexandra Hudson
Alexandra Hudson

Alexandra Hudson is a writer based in Washington DC. She has held posts at the Federalist Society, the American Enterprise Institute, and the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty, and earned an MSc in comparative social policy at the London School of Economics as a Rotary Scholar. Most recently, she was an appointee at the U.S. Department of Education. She is currently working on a book on civility. Follow her on Twitter @LexiOHudson.

Freedom For LGBT People Shouldn’t Mean Stripping Rights From Christians

Canada’s supreme court presumed to tell Trinity Western University what is and is not integral to the practice of their faith. This is a worrisome development.

The Real Reason You Shouldn’t Worry About When To Wear White Is Way Deeper Than Fashion

The moratorium on wearing white after Labor Day enforced by the legalistically fashion-minded is over. But should we pay attention to this old rule?

How To Promote Harmony Around Your Easter Dinner Table

A First Amendment right to free speech is not a moral obligation to freely speak every single truth that pops into our head the moment it comes to us.

Families Sue NYC For Reporting Them To Child Services When They Homeschool

A nonprofit legal organization has filed a civil rights suit against New York City Public schools for ‘systematic mistreatment of homeschooling families.’

Environmentalists Who Want A Greener America Should Follow Israel’s Example

Israel’s precarious relationship with its oil-rich neighbors makes energy and resource independence a national security priority.

The Betsy DeVos Nomination Bodes Well For Parents’ Involvement In Education

School choice increases parental involvement and student achievement. Betsy DeVos could use her bully pulpit as education secretary to drastically deregulate federal education policies.

Assyrian Christians Live In War-Torn Limbo, Praying Against Genocide

‘We are not safe in Iraq while Daesh (ISIS) is in control. We have no future, no work, no belongings,’ says an Iraqi genocide survivor.