Bonnie Kristian is a writer and editor currently living in and around the District of Columbia. A former intern of Congressman Ron Paul’s 2008 presidential campaign, she is the Director of Communications for Young Americans for Liberty (YAL). Through her work at YAL and a previous position with the Leadership Institute, she is involved in youth activism nationwide.
Bonnie’s personal reading covers Christian theology, politics, philosophy, and Austrian economics. Her thinking has been significantly influenced by C.S. Lewis, Henry Hazlitt, Ron Paul, Greg Boyd, and Frédéric Bastiat, among others.
The happy owner of a guinea pig and an over-bumper-stickered car, Bonnie spends too much time on the internets and not enough playing her ukulele.
About the Blog
This blog’s primary purpose is to be a sort of political advice column. Like Dear Abby, but for politics. It’s a new idea which may prove smart quickly, slowly, or not at all, so expect to see a varying proportion of posts which don’t match the advice column format. If you have a question you’d like addressed — about current events, political philosophy, civic history, or some other politics-related topic — use the contact form at the top of the page to submit it!
All opinions expressed here are to be attributed only to Bonnie Kristian, and not any other person or organization.