Lindsey Dodge is a former editor for the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan, where she received her B.A. with honors in English, and a graduate of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.

Editor-in-chief of the Michigan Review at U-M, she helmed the biweekly, contrarian campus journal when it was awarded Best New Media by the Collegiate Network in 2008. Lindsey worked in magazine and digital publishing at International Creative Management before joining the Mackinac Center. Her writing has appeared in The Detroit News, The Huffington Post, The Heartlander online and, the best new blog of 2011 at CPAC. She currently lives in Midland, Mich. 

The Human Side of Detroit Bailout

Water Stop At The Marathon

A Crucible for Change: Governmental Responsibility

The Fruits of Another Year’s Labor

The Road to Reason

A New Look at School and Responsibility


The Un-Affordable Care Act

Health Care, Heat and Hollywood

The New Civil Society

The Silver Lining

What Does “Messaging” Mean?

Back In The Spring of Things

Taxi Regulations, Costs Stall Carless Detroiters

Tax v. Price: The Morality Cost

A New Beginning

An Open Letter to Sen. Gretchen Whitmer

Let's Call Off the 'War on Women'

Misogyny Is Not Responsible For the 'Feminization of Poverty'

Commentary: Alleged Gender Pay Discrepancy Based On Life Choices

Why 'What' Is Where It's At

Indiana Senate Committee Passes Right-to-Work Bill; Unions Protest While Democrats Boycott

Right-to-Work Repeats Itself; Indiana Democrats Manufacture a Filibuster