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Gabriella Hoffman

Gabriella Hoffman

Gabriella Hoffman has written for The Resurgent since March 2016 and serves as our DC Correspondent. She also is a freelance media strategist and consultant.

Her articles have also appeared in Townhall.com, The Hill, Sporting Classics Daily, Verily Magazine, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Washington Times, Field & Stream, Outdoor Life, and Times of Israel. She has been interviewed by TIME Magazine, Marie Claire, FoxNews.com, Fox 5 DC, NRATV, El Pais, and other notable media outlets.

When not writing or consulting on media, Gabriella enjoys fishing, shooting guns, hunting, foraging for mushrooms, reading, traveling, hiking, and searching for neat things in the Washington, D.C. Metro Area.

Some Journalists Aren’t Happy About Facebook Wanting to Assess Their Trustworthiness

Facebook has its great share of problems, but could them assessing the trustworthiness of individual journalists be good? A lot of links and ads that circulate the popular social media platform have q …

I’m a Digital Strategist. Stifling Speech Undermines Our Industry.

I must confess: I was a reluctant adopter of social media who grew to love it. I launched my Facebook profile in October 2007, downloaded the Twitter app in January 2010, and caved to Instagram in Apr …

Interior Promotes True Conservation Agenda with Expanded Hunting, Fishing on 1.4M Acres

Interior Secretary David Bernhardt announced yesterday his agency will open more public lands to hunting and fishing opportunities, specifically 1.4 million acres, for Americans to enjoy. This is in c …

President Trump Could Alienate Sportsmen, Gun Owners With Further Ban on Suppressors

During an interview with Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain, President Trump said he may take action on banning suppressors further following the Virginia Beach mass shooting, in which the shooter u …

Trump on Suppressors: ‘I Don’t Like Them At All’

In response to the mass shooting that transpired in Virginia Beach, Va., on Friday, President Trump was pressed about his positions on silencers—a misnomer for suppressors—since the suspect used o …

Escape The Indoors This Month

Tensions are high on social media. People are at each other’s throats over insignificant things. Worst of all, people are too personally consumed by whatever the president is doing to lead norma …

On “Freedom Gas” and “Molecules of U.S. Freedom”: They Accurately Describe Natural Gas Revolution

On May 28, 2019, the Department of Energy announced the expansion of domestically produced liquid natural gas (LNG) exports through the Freeport LNG Terminal in Quintana Island, Texas. The press relea …

Have a Low Uber Rating? Your Riding Privileges Could Soon Be Revoked.

Uber yesterday updated its Community Guidelines to ensure users with good behavior are rewarded. The big takeaway from this announcement, however, is the ride-sharing company could give users the boot …

Hickenlooper: Democrats Will Lose to Trump If They Veer Too Far Left

Former Colorado Governor and current 2020 Democrat candidate John Hickenlooper warned his fellow Democrats to not stray too far left or appear socialist if they want to beat President Trump next year …

Investigation Into VA Governor’s Racist Photo: Inconclusive But Medical School Knew, Hid It from Public

Three months after it was revealed our governor, Ralph Northam, appeared in a racist photo, either in blackface or a KKK hood, a facial recognition test administrated came back “inconclusive.&#8 …

Scary: Over 40% of Americans Like Some Form of Socialism

A new Gallup survey found that 43% of Americans believe socialism would be a good thing, compared to 51% of those polled who believe socialism would be a bad thing. The survey spoke to 1,024 adults, a …

Here’s How the House Grizzly Bear Hearing Went Down

Yesterday afternoon, the House Natural Resources Subcommittee on Water, Oceans, and Wildlife heard arguments in favor of and against H.R. 2532, or the Tribal Heritage and Grizzly Bear Protection Act. …

Have You Been Silenced on Social Media? The White House Wants To Hear From You

The White House announced a new tool to address censorship across social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter. It’s hosted on Typeform. When accessing the tool, here&#8 …

Congress May Finally Address $12B Maintenance Backlog Holding U.S. Parks and Public Lands Back

A bicameral, bipartisan group of lawmakers reintroduced the Restore Our Parks and Public Lands Act ( H.R. 1225) on the Senate Swamp in Washington, D.C. yesterday morning. A previous version of th …

Facebook Just Announced Changes to Its Live Broadcast Policy

In wake of the New Zealand mass shooting, Facebook announced yesterday it’s taking action to mitigate abuse of its Live feature. In a blog post titled Protecting Facebook Live from Abuse and Inv …

Grijalva’s Anti-Hunting Bill Ignores Science, Will Lead to More Human-Grizzly Bear Conflicts

The Tribal Heritage and Grizzly Bear Protection Act, or H.R. 2532, was introduced in the House of Representatives on May 7th by House Natural Resources Committee Chairman Raul Grijalva (D-AZ)—o …

Hunting Group Fights Back Google Censorship and Wins

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF), one of the nation’s prominent conservation groups, had a paid Google ad banned and later restored. In a press release issued yesterday, RMEF CEO Kyle We …

A Win for Gun Safety: Public Target Range Bill Heading to Trump’s Desk

A bill promoting access to more public shooting ranges is closer to becoming law. H.R. 1222, or The Target Practice and Marksmanship Training Support Act, would amend the Pittman-Robertson Act of 1937 …

Conservation Would Cease to Exist Without Excise Taxes Collected on Guns and Ammo

A new report from the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), the firearms industry trade association, says their respective industry’s total economic impact grew from $19.1 billion in 2008 …

New CFACT Video Series Will Challenge People to Rethink Radical Environmentalism

I’m partnering with The Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow for a new video series called CONSERVATION NATION. Through this collaboration, our intent is to highlight the unsung heroes and unde …

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