Elle Reynolds is an assistant editor at The Federalist, and received her B.A. in government from Patrick Henry College with a minor in journalism. You can follow her work on Twitter at @_etreynolds.
Maybe Big Tech’s censorship campaign with the White House will make David French realize tech giants aren’t going to stay in their private-company lane.
Bias isn’t the problem. It’s when a gaslighting monopolistic media hegemon insists that lies are facts and anyone who questions them is ‘disinformation.’
McLaughlin isn’t just good. She also seems to treat the Olympics as a chance to glorify God and honor her country, not a self-promoting publicity stunt.
People wearing masks on default and businesses newly opening were common sights elsewhere last year, but these are still status quo in parts of California.
In judicious hands, the ability to blow things up represents Americans’ fearless legacy of harnessing the powers of nature in the pursuit of innovation.
The progressive project at its core means subverting the original American Constitution and its promise of securing Americans’ natural rights, replacing it with a different kind of nation entirely.
If the NFL really wants to be inclusive, they should put their oh-so-exorbitant amounts of money where their virtue-signaling mouth is.
In a remarkably unfeminine age, why are Gen Z girls so eager to dress like 1950s housewives and Jane Austen protagonists?
It’s an old trope of sexism to brush off women’s sincere opinions, patting them on the head with condescending assurances that their superiors know better.
A federal judge pushed back on the CDC’s COVID power grab on Friday in a lawsuit challenging the agency’s mandate that cruise passengers be vaccinated.
We have a cultural imperative to teach boys how to be men, but also to teach girls what masculinity looks like, and to both respect and expect it.
I’ve been blessed to have men in my life who have always treated me with dignity and kindness — I can’t say American feminism has done the same.
Biden can’t stop asking reporters to ‘give him a break’ when the corporate media repeatedly hand him break after break on silver platters.
On this Flag Day, take a moment to reflect on both the well-cherished and little-known history of Old Glory.
When Big Tech and corporate media collude together to sell you propaganda instead of news, you shouldn’t be surprised — but you should be concerned.
After a year-long attempt to replace our daily lives with a sterile and fearful ‘new normal,’ the handshake is one more thing we shouldn’t let go.
Behind the confetti-sprinkled ads, hundreds of corporations are throwing their support at canceling the First Amendment through the Equality Act.
‘These companies talk about free speech as if nobody thought about it until a seminar they had some time last semester,’ Murray said.
‘Our federal government [is] just a bunch of elderly men pulling levers, hoping if they say ‘amen and awomen’ they can white knuckle it to the end.’
Other industries have been allowed to open with no such vaccine mandate from the CDC, and the state of Florida wants the same standards applied to cruises.
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