Elle Reynolds
Elle Reynolds
Elle Reynolds

Elle Reynolds is an intern at the Federalist, and a senior at Patrick Henry College studying government and journalism. You can follow her work on Twitter at @_etreynolds.

Grieving Families Of Killed Children Call On ‘Black Lives Matter’ To Address Community Violence

“Black lives matter, it seems like, only when a police officer shoots a black person,” said the grandfather of an 11-year-old boy killed on Saturday. “What about all the black-on-black crime that’s happening in the community?”

Channel These American Style Icons All Year, Not Just On Independence Day

We’ve come a long way since Benjamin Franklin wore a coonskin cap as a representative of the young United States to the French court in 1776.

Football Cheers, Operatic Arias, And Magazine Contests: The History Of America’s Military Anthems

This Independence Day, read the unexpected history of the songs that have led our nation’s soldiers, sailors, Marines, and airmen into battle.

Unemployment Drops As U.S. Adds 4.8 Million New Jobs In June

The jobs report released Thursday shows the second consecutive month of growth and the highest jobs increase in American history.

Biden Campaign Asks Facebook To Censor President Trump’s Posts

Joe Biden’s campaign manager sent a letter to Facebook asking them to take down posts from President Donald Trump and his campaign.

‘Face The Nation’ Doesn’t Ask Washington’s Governor A Single CHAZ Question

Gov. Jay Inslee blamed Trump for a lack of leadership in response to COVID-19 while ignoring the anarchist occupation of his own state’s largest city.

New York Times Misquotes Federalist Writer And Corrects By Removing His Quote

The New York Times quoted The Federalist’s David Marcus as saying the opposite of what he actually said.

Washington Post Editor Karen Attiah Calls For ‘Revenge’ Against ‘White Women’

The Global Opinions Editor’s comments have since been slammed as “racist” and “violent.”

BLM Co-Founder Appears To Violate IRS Laws On CNN

Patrisse Cullors told CNN she wants to ‘get Trump out,’ but the IRS prohibits nonprofits such as the BLM organization from making such political statements.

Judge Rules New York May Not Enforce Double-Standard Restrictions On Religious Gatherings

New York Gov. Cuomo and NYC Major de Blasio encouraged mass protests while restricting religious gatherings, and a federal judge has called foul.

Exclusive: New Bill Would Slash Protections For Tech Companies Censoring Free Speech

The bill, introduced by Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler, would hold tech companies accountable for censoring constitutional speech.

Poll: Two-Thirds Of Activists Believe Breaking The Law For Their Cause Is Justified

Over sixty percent of respondents said they are not prepared to spend a year in prison for their organization’s objectives to succeed.

Cuomo Embraces Travel Restriction He Called ‘Anti-American’ When Trump Suggested It

The decision comes after N.Y. Governor Cuomo harshly criticized President Trump for suggesting a quarantine on the tri-state area in late March.

Poll: Most Americans Think Government Should Stay Out Of Religious Organizations’ Hiring Decisions

Two-thirds of Americans think that “internal religious disputes” and decisions about who to employ in religious teaching positions should be up to religious organizations, not the state.

If You Cancel George Washington, You Have To Cancel These ‘Progressive Heroes’ Too

If we continue the rhetoric that cancels heroic people for their inevitable imperfections, we can’t neglect to evaluate those whom the left elevates as historical heroes.

Poll: Americans Are Hypocrites On Internet Free Speech

A majority of Americans say they prefer allowing free internet speech — even offensive speech — to policing it.

Poll: Defunding The Police Is Now A Majority Position For Democrats

Fifty-five percent of Democrats now support defunding the police, although almost two-thirds of the country disagree.

Wisconsin Democratic Governor Tapes Call With State GOP Leaders In Apparent Violation Of State Law

A spokeswoman for Tony Evers denied that the governor knew about the recording, bringing into question whether his staff broke the law by recording the call without either party’s knowledge.

DOJ Releases List Of Federal Riot Charges For Looting, Violence, Homemade Explosives And More

The Department of Justice released on Monday a list of the charges brought against rioters so far, with 47 charges against 68 individuals.

Universities Fire Faculty, Campus Police In A Rush To Display Political Correctness

From cutting ties with police departments to apologizing for a law enforcement career fair, universities are desperate to show how progressive they are in the wake of anti-police protests.