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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 Analysis

How did pollsters get the election so wrong—again?

The mainstream media has been biased towards progressive politics and policies for years now and everyone seems to know it—but them.

Nicole Russell / Nov 6, 2020

News Analysis

Voting message from celebs causes panic and gives false sense of control

It gives people a false sense of security when they think that their vote changes the world. It does not. Their vote simply contributes to this wonderful process.

Nicole Russell / Nov 4, 2020

News Analysis

BREAKING: Amy Coney Barrett confirmed to the Supreme Court

Amy Coney Barrett will be the Supreme Court's newest justice. She was officially confirmed Monday evening and will be the 115th Justice and the seventh woman to sit on the High Court.

Nicole Russell / Oct 27, 2020

Opinion, News Analysis

Why Trump could see a bounce out of the last debate

Trump emerged slightly as the frontrunner of the last presidential debate before the election Nov. 3.

Nicole Russell / Oct 23, 2020

Discourse, #badge-discourse

For a moment, Amy Coney Barrett reminds us what America could be

Through it all, she remained steadfast, patient, kind, and brilliant. Through it all she reminded us what a divided America could be, if only for a moment.

Nicole Russell / Oct 18, 2020

Opinion, News Analysis

Booker reveals absurdity of nomination hearings as he hammers ACB over racism

Booker behaved even more emotional and uptight than normal, repeatedly asking Barrett specific questions about policy or hypothetical cases she had thus far refused to answer the two days prior.

Nicole Russell / Oct 15, 2020

Opinion, News Analysis

Klobuchar's bizarre rant reveals Barrett's impeccable qualifications

Klobuchar, like most of the Democrat Senators, spent the bulk of her time doing what most people would call "ranting" about the Affordable Healthcare Act and voting rights.

Nicole Russell / Oct 14, 2020

Discourse, #badge-discourse

Democrats incite fear in attempt to block Amy Coney Barrett nomination

The fact that so many Democrats spent multiple hours conjecturing about the Affordable Healthcare Act shows just how little they understand how law works.

Nicole Russell / Oct 12, 2020

Discourse, #badge-discourse

Trump's refusal to virtually debate reminds us that virtual life is not real life

Trump is right on this: A virtual debate, just like everything we have done virtually, is a waste of time.

Nicole Russell / Oct 8, 2020

Opinion, Discourse, #badge-discourse

Lost education for America's kids is a bigger 'health crisis' than COVID-19

Dean Mazzarella, the mayor of Leominster, Mass. "has declared a public health emergency in an effort to get children back into the classroom for in-person learning." And he's not wrong.

Nicole Russell / Sep 30, 2020


New study shows kids are more at risk due to restrictions than from COVID-19

Much of the public suspected that children have been rarely affected by COVID-19 directly. Lockdown has adversely affected these kids' mental, emotional, and physical well being.

Nicole Russell / Sep 22, 2020


The 7 women on Trump's Supreme Court shortlist

His short list includes dozens of qualified men and women, but he confirmed at a rally last week in North Carolina that he was likely to choose a woman.

Nicole Russell / Sep 21, 2020


Who is on Trump's Supreme Court shortlist?

Now that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has passed at 87, it is possible that her open seat will be filled before the end of this presidential term.

Nicole Russell / Sep 19, 2020

Opinion, Politics & Policy

CNN reporter admits he'll fact-check Trump more than Biden

CNN political reporter Daniel Dale essentially admitted he'll be fact-checking President Donald Trump more than Democrat nominee Joe Biden in the days before the election.

Nicole Russell / Sep 18, 2020

News, American News

After gutting police budget, Minneapolis city council complains about soaring crime

A mere three months after lobbying to "defund the police," several members of the Minneapolis City Council are reporting that residents are asking where the police have gone.

Nicole Russell / Sep 16, 2020

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