About Walter Hudson
“Thanks to Walter, we can forgive Minnesota for Al Franken.” – Allan Erickson
Walter Hudson is a political commentator and activist from Minnesota, serving on the boards of the Republican Liberty Caucus and the Minority Liberty Alliance. He is a contributor to PJ Media, and co-host of a weekly podcast on political philosophy called Liberty Tree Radio. Walter was an associate editor for David Horowitz’s NewsReal Blog, and has been published in FrontPage Magazine and the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Walter cross-posts at True North, a well-traveled hub of conservative commentary in Minnesota. Walter has appeared as a commentator on local television and radio, including regular appearances on the Twin Cities News Talk Weekend Roundtable on KTCN AM 1130.
In the realm of politics, Walter serves as a member of the Republican Party of Minnesota’s State Central Committee and as a member of the Wright County Republicans Executive Committee. Walter previously served the party as vice chair of House District 58B, and as a precinct chair in Farmington.
Walter started writing about politics and pop culture as an inaugural blogger at RightNation in 2004. After attending the 2009 Tax Day Tea Party rally on the steps of the Minnesota capitol in St. Paul, Walter became a Tea Party activist and began to blog and podcast frequently. His podcast later become a recurring show on US Web Talk Radio.
Walter has a diverse background. He served as an actor and artistic intern for the teen advocacy theater troupe Skits Outreach Services. In the late 1990′s, he worked as a intern for KDWB-FM in Minneapolis and provided on-air talent for KJCK-FM in Junction City, KS. The vast majority of his professional experience comes from the security industry, where he has worked in various roles and environments, including supervisory and administrative positions. He has a bachelor degree in Information Technology with coursework in Political Science.
Walter may be contacted here.
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