Alexandra DeSanctis is a National Review Institute William F. Buckley Fellow in Political Journalism and a graduate of the University of Notre Dame, where she studied political science, theology, and the Constitution. She has interned for the Laura Ingraham Radio Show, USA TODAY, and the High Point Enterprise newspaper in North Carolina. Alexandra has written for the College Fix, the National Catholic Register, the Cardinal Newman Society, and the online journal of religion and politics Ethika Politika.
What do young people think about abortion? Are Millennials turning into godless heathens? With abortion and religion in the headlines, Host Jack Butler explores where young people stand on these areas and speculates on how they will develop as issues in the future, with the help of National Review staff writer Alexandra DeSanctis.More