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Jenna Ellis

Jenna Ellis is a constitutional law and criminal defense attorney, a law professor at Colorado Christian University, where she directs the legal-studies program, a fellow at the Centennial Institute, and the author of The Legal Basis for a Moral Constitution. Follow her @JennaEllisorg

Articles From Jenna

Cultural appropriation and the age of outrage; why a Moana costume is perfectly fine

Tuesday is Halloween. The American version of this holiday was once merely an excuse for kids (and college students) to dress up in fun costumes and eat tons of free candy. Now, it’s become one of the most controversial and divisive holidays. Why? Because leftists feel they must make everything about white privilege, race, and […]

Has Facebook labeled you a ‘bigot’? I didn’t get the new ‘pride’ button

I don’t have the new Facebook “pride” reaction button. Instead of “liking” or “loving” a friend’s post or status, select Facebook users can now have “pride” in it, complete with a little rainbow. If you haven’t seen this new button, congratulate yourself — you’re not alone in the rainbowless world. I wasn’t given the option […]

Irony: Skittles’ pro-LGBT bag called ‘racist’ and ‘homophobic’ by liberals

White candy is apparently racist and homophobic now. Skittles attempted to promote the LGBTQ agenda through releasing a limited-edition all white bag of the tiny candies this week and it seriously backfired. I’m still not sure what Skittles marketing department was thinking on this, but the message on the back of the all-white bag says, […]

Pence marriage comments: The value of lifestyle conservatism, not just political conservatism

Millennials are suddenly interested experts in behaviors and appropriate rules of married couples. An article ran yesterday in the Washington Post and highlighted a statement from Pence in 2002 where he told The Hill that “he never eats alone with a woman other than his wife and that he won’t attend events featuring alcohol without […]

Dear Liberal Women…

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is making headlines for basically being told to shut it on the Senate floor. This wasn’t because she was a woman. It’s because she was broke the Senate rules. Warren tried to read a letter criticizing fellow Senator Jeff Sessions, who was recently confirmed U.S. Attorney General. Warren sought to impugn […]

What happened with Trump’s immigration ban in the Ninth Circuit?

The Ninth Circuit just heard arguments tonight in State of Washington v. President Trump . Millions of Americans tuned in to the live stream. What happened exactly? The Ninth Circuit is comprised of a three-judge panel, and tonight considered whether to suspend the Washington State District Court’s temporary injunction of the President’s Executive Order that placed a […]

What Trump’s kept SCOTUS promise means for the next generation

Last night, President Trump nominated constitutional conservative Neil Gorsuch, a current judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, and said during the announcement Tuesday evening, “I am a man of my word. I will do as I say. Something that the American people have been asking for from Washington for a […]

Dear NeverTrumpers: This is OUR president and OUR opportunity [OPINION]

In the aftermath of Tuesday’s election, the data is showing that millennials turned out to vote for Trump in far greater numbers than predicted, while Clinton’s numbers slipped significantly from Obama’s millennial turnout in 2012. This election was indeed an incredible upset victory. But it was the minor-party candidates that performed strongest among voters under […]

Guess what America? Your debate sweetheart is a millennial

That’s right. Ken Bone is a millennial. At age 34, the red sweater-wearing debate sensation is one of us. This is important not only because Mr. Bone asked the most substantive, policy-driven question of the largely superficial 90-minute debate, but also because the town hall style did not feature anyone else obviously or self-declaring as […]

A ‘Convention of States’ happened this weekend: “A turning point in history”

Last week, one of the most significant events in our constitutional republic since 1787 occurred: Delegations of primarily state legislators from all 50 states gathered in Colonial Williamsburg with the intent to reign in the federal government’s abuse of power. While the talking heads in Washington repeated the Trump vs. Clinton debates we’ve heard since this […]