Nicole Russell

Nicole Russell's work has appeared in the The Atlantic, The New York Times, National Review, Politico, The Washington Times, The American Spectator, The Federalist and Parents Magazine.


5 days ago

Reopened states with low COVID case counts show that lockdowns are a farce

Five states had an increased jump in cases. In all but Florida–New York, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey–the states remain in some form of lockdown.

Nicole Russell
6 days ago

Amazon suppresses another book on the truth of trans

After merely six days on its shelves, on Tuesday night, Amazon blocked Desist, Detrans, & Detox: Getting Your Child Out of the Gender Cult from being sold on its site.

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9 days ago

Canadian Pastor Pawlowski shows how American churches should have responded to closures

In the United States, where churches were shuttered for various amounts of time by state, some pastors did push back—others filed lawsuits, and yet still others remained quiet.

Nicole Russell
a month ago

Colorado baker again faces legal trouble and accusations of bigotry for refusing to bake 'gender transition' cake

Because the Supreme Court punted the true core issues of the case down the road, Phillips faces another thrashing via targeted, time-consuming lawsuits.

Nicole Russell
a month ago

Cancel culture will cancel our kids—why Teen Vogue should have kept Alexi McCammond on as EIC

Instead of cancelling Alexi McCammond from her role as incoming Editor-in-Chief, Teen Vogue should a stand against a culture of cancellation that they helped perpetrate.

Nicole Russell
a month ago

The Equality Act will undermine religious liberty

The Equality Act would infringe on the rights of religious groups to have separate spaces and accommodations for men and women and would undermine religious freedom in the US.

Nicole Russell
a month ago

Capitol riot defendant requests trial be moved to home state of Texas

The defense attorney for one of the women arrested for storming the US Capitol Jan. 6 has requested her client's trial be moved to her home state of Texas to avoid a biased jury pool in Washington, DC.

Nicole Russell
a month ago

Biden's executive order reverses due process for sexual misconduct allegations on college campuses

Trump's rule emphasized the importance of due process for those accused of sexual misconduct on college and university campuses nationwide.

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a month ago

Democrats propose sweeping changes to federal labor laws which would force freelancers to unionize

The Foundation for Economic Education called the PRO Act "a case study in unintended consequences."

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a month ago

Christian student wins Supreme Court case after college stopped him from handing out fliers in 'free speech zone'

In an 8-1 ruling, the Supreme Court affirmed that a person can ask for nominal damages when his free speech rights are violated even if circumstances have changed since that request.

Nicole Russell
2 months ago

Canceling Dr. Seuss books erases author's history learning from his mistakes

It robs us from seeing the author's own narrative journey—his mistakes, the realization of them, and efforts to right his wrongs—and allows us to falsely believe, the man was perfect, just like his prose.

Nicole Russell
2 months ago

Congress must vote no on the Equality Act which undermines women, science, and civil liberties

If the Equality Act passes, it also means transgender females would be able to compete against biological females on teams associated with public schools and universities.

Nicole Russell
2 months ago

The New York Times blames everyone for the problems of working moms but the Democrats keeping everything closed

Every single problem these women faced, with the exception of forcing their husbands to help more, would be resolved the moment politicians reopened the country, including schools, daycares, and businesses.

Nicole Russell
2 months ago

Pandemic school closures light a fire under school choice debate

Efforts to create provisions like this have increased nationwide since the pandemic began in large part because many schools across the US have been closed to in-person learning for the entire year.

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3 months ago

Sen. Romney unveils Family Security Act to update 'antiquated federal policies'

US Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) has proposed a new plan to modernize "antiquated federal policies" related to children and families, allowing them to receive a monthly cash allowance.

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