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.


6 months ago

California's latest gun ban modeled on Texas abortion law is still unconstitutional

Hypocrisy aside, there's a glaring difference between Texas's abortion law and this impending California law banning "assault" weapons: The Second Amendment is, and forever will be, a Constitutional right.

Nicole Russell
7 months ago

Supreme Court weighs viability standard for abortions

"The fetus has an interest in having a life and that doesn't change does it? From the point before viability to the point after viability?" Justice Samuel Alito asked.

Nicole Russell
8 months ago

BREAKING: Texas passes bill to protect girls' sports

In their third special session, the Texas legislature passed a bill that would protect girls and women from being forced to compete against biological males in athletics.

Nicole Russell
9 months ago

It's not the patriarchy that's keeping women out of the workforce—it's women's choices

Over the years, data has repeatedly shown that women don't really want to bust glass ceilings, they just want one foot in their children's world and another at the office.

Nicole Russell
9 months ago

UK court overturns ruling in Keira Bell case limiting use of puberty blockers in children

In the original ruling, the three high court judges said medical professionals working with children under 18 may need to consult the courts for authorization for medical intervention.

Nicole Russell
10 months ago

Just say 'no' to Zoom first dates

Pushing the most important things in life, like faith, family, and friends to the online space, will make us less human, lonelier, and more depressed than ever before.

Nicole Russell
a year ago

JK Rowling sent violent threats by trans activists

Recently a Twitter user said he wished her a "very nice pipebomb in mailbox," the Harry Potter creator responded with sarcasm.

Nicole Russell
a year ago

Texas election integrity laws are not 'Jim Crow 2.0'

Requiring proof of ID or a social security number and banning drive-thru voting are not examples of Republicans squelching voter rights.

Nicole Russell
a year ago

CPAC asks: 'Who's running the Biden administration?'

"I can't tell you who is in charge right now but I can tell you it ain't Joe Biden." Rep. Jackson said the White House is looking "more and more like an assisted living facility."

Nicole Russell
a year ago

Why I still love America

Happy Independence Day, America: Long may we be lovers of liberty.

Nicole Russell
a year ago

WATCH: Democrats shout Rep Jena Powell down in the Ohio state house—to stop her from speaking for women's rights

Ohio Democrats criticized and yelled at Rep. Jena Powell while she was attempting to propose an amendment that would protect the integrity of girls and women's sports in Ohio last week.

Nicole Russell
a year ago

Maine latest state to allow biological males who identify as transgender to serve time in women's prisons

The Maine legislature has, with little fanfare, pushed through LD 1044, legislation which gives male inmates the right to identify as females and be placed into women's prisons.

Nicole Russell
a year ago

BREAKING: Supreme Court rules in favor of first amendment right for religious foster agencies

The case involved a religious foster agency and its right to continue to foster children with a Christian ethos, including their views on marriage, which they believe is between a man and a woman.

Nicole Russell
a year ago

I'm glad the Texas valedictorian is mad about abortion

The passage of the Texas heartbeat bill and similar ones throughout the country demonstrate a possible shift American culture might be having on abortion, even if the topic remains polarizing.

Nicole Russell
a year ago

Biden's presidency is wreaking havoc on America and it's only going to get worse

Now we've got a president that is letting the border fall apart, is spending money faster than he can print it, and can't get through a speech without sounding like a dotty old grandpa.

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