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Nicole Russell

Nicole Russells 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.

News, American News

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.

Nicole Russell / Mar 11, 2021

News Analysis

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."

Nicole Russell / Mar 10, 2021

News, American News

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 / Mar 8, 2021

Discourse, #badge-discourse

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 / Mar 2, 2021

News Analysis

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 / Feb 25, 2021

Discourse, #badge-discourse

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 / Feb 21, 2021

News Analysis

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.

Nicole Russell / Feb 13, 2021

Opinion, Politics & Policy

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.

Nicole Russell / Feb 6, 2021

Opinion, Politics & Policy

Teachers unions gave over $2.7 million to Democrat House reps in 2020

That's approximately $500,00 more than they gave Democrats in the 2018 cycle and tens of thousands of dollars less than they gave Republicans in 2018.

Nicole Russell / Feb 3, 2021

Opinion, Politics & Policy

Biden's top 10 WORST executive orders

President Joe Biden has signed 42 executive orders since his inauguration—a record among US Presidents. Here are his worst ones so far, in no particular order.

Nicole Russell / Feb 2, 2021

Discourse, #badge-discourse

Pandemic policy should be based on new data not outdated media outrage

After nearly a year since COVID-19 started its sweep through the US, the frantic media reports from that time period still seem ingrained in the public psyche, and dictate activity today.

Nicole Russell / Jan 31, 2021

News Analysis

Biden moves to allow federal money to fund abortions for the first time since 1976

The Hyde Amendment, which was originally passed in 1976, blocks federal funds from being used to pay for abortion with a few exceptions.

Nicole Russell / Jan 27, 2021

Discourse, #badge-discourse

Kamala Harris and the Biden administration don't support women—they support leftism

There's a fine line between celebrating a woman's accomplishments because she is a "first" and between lauding a person for just being the best they can be.

Nicole Russell / Jan 24, 2021

News, American News

Biden campaigned on a third relief bill Americans won't see for months

Biden pledged to deliver a third stimulus check as part of a hefty $1.9 trillion relief package, but Americans might not see any extra funds until March.

Nicole Russell / Jan 23, 2021

News, American News

Biden White House wants to know your pronouns

This change aligns with one of the 17 executive actions President Biden signed Jan. 20 after his inauguration, many of which undo the things the Trump administration accomplished.

Nicole Russell / Jan 21, 2021

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