Kylee Zempel
Kylee Zempel
Kylee Zempel

Kylee Zempel is an assistant editor at The Federalist. She previously worked as the copy editor for the Washington Examiner magazine and as an editor and producer at National Geographic. She holds a B.S. in Communication Arts/Speech and an A.S. in Criminal Justice and writes on topics including feminism and gender issues, religious liberty, and criminal justice. Follow her on Twitter @kyleezempel.

Amid Unspeakable Horrors, Waukesha Teaches All Of Us What It Means To Be A Community

After an SUV plowed into the crowd watching a Christmas parade Sunday, killing five and injuring at least 48, residents of this stricken town have responded with courage and grace.

The Left Said Rittenhouse Didn’t Represent Kenosha, But The Jury That Does Got The Last Word

The jury represented their Kenosha community better than anyone else, and they got the last word: Kyle Rittenhouse is not guilty.

Illinois Association Of School Boards Ends Membership With NSBA

Including Illinois, 26 state school boards groups have now distanced themselves from the National School Boards Association.

MSNBC’s History Of Doxxing Normal People Shadows Attempt To Follow Rittenhouse Jury

MSNBC is in hot water after a producer got arrested following the bus carrying the Rittenhouse jury and was suspected of trying to photograph them.

MSNBC Booted From Rittenhouse Trial After Producer Was Arrested Following Jury Bus

‘No one from MSNBC News will be permitted in this building for the duration of this trial,’ the judge said. ‘This is a very serious matter.’

Vaccine Mandates Sow Mass Chaos Throughout Military As Service Members Seek Religious Accommodations

Mixed messaging, unclear consequences for refusal, differing deadlines, and exemption goalpost-shifting have converged to create mass chaos in the military.

Trump Demands Retraction From Pulitzer Board After Russia Hoax Indictments

‘The subject articles were based on incontrovertibly false information provided by dubious sources,’ the letter to the Pulitzer Prize Board said.

Rittenhouse Defense Seeks Mistrial After Prosecutors Withheld High-Def Video ‘At The Center Of This Case’

‘The failure to provide the same quality footage in this particular case is intentional and clearly prejudices the defendant,’ Rittenhouse’s defense argues.

Half Of America Thinks Joe Biden Is In Poor Health

Voters have long had concerns about Joe Biden’s age and mental state, but a new Politico/Morning Consult poll reveals just how much they doubt his aptitude.

Top GOP Senators Push DOJ To Clear Up ‘False’ Statement About Biden Family Business In China

A signed bank document shows direct business ties between Hunter Biden and a Chinese national with links to the communist regime.

Fact-Checkers Had Their Facts About Rittenhouse’s Gun Rights All Wrong

In the case against Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse, the left-wing corporate fact-checkers did what they do best and made up their own facts, specifically about the then-17-year-old’s right to carry a rifle. 

Former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch Sues Wisconsin Elections Commission For Flagrantly Breaking The Law

‘Wisconsinites are sick and tired of unelected bureaucrats intentionally ignoring the law,’ former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch said.

Did Taylor Swift Just Ruin Her Best Song Of All Time?

Taylor Swift’s original ‘All Too Well’ will always get turned up in the car. Her lackluster new version will probably get skipped. 

Trump Never Defended Calls To ‘Hang Mike Pence,’ But Shameless Media Can’t Stop Lying About It

Trump didn’t ‘defend’ calls to ‘hang Mike Pence,’ and anyone who has listened to the audio clip knows it.

Sen. Johnson Probes FBI Aerial Surveillance After Rittenhouse Defense Suspects Foul Play In Kenosha Case

Johnson sent a letter to Christopher Wray requesting info about how the FBI uses surveillance aircraft during riots and what it does with the footage.

Media Still Losing It Over Unvaxxed Aaron Rodgers Putting ‘Lives At Risk,’ Ignore Henry Ruggs’ Deadly Drunk Driving Crash

Henry Ruggs allegedly killed a woman in a drunk driving crash, but all the sports media are able to talk about is still Aaron Rodgers’ medical decisions.

Navy SEALs File Federal Lawsuit Against Biden Admin For Refusing Religious Exemptions To Vaxx Mandate

Dozens of Navy SEALs are going after the Biden administration for their refusal to grant religious exemptions to the coronavirus vaccine mandate.

After Mom Threatens Lawsuit, Kenosha Public School Lets Her Watch Son’s Class

After illegally barring a mom from observing her son’s class, the Kenosha Unified School District backed down following the threat of legal action.

Lying Media Blitz Aaron Rodgers For Spouting ‘Misinformation To A Big Audience’

It’s hard to take the media’s condemnation of Aaron Rodgers seriously when ‘lying’ and spouting ‘misinformation’ are their defining contributions.

9 Truths From Aaron Rodgers’ Explosive Vaxx Interview You Aren’t Allowed To Say

You don’t have to like Aaron Rodgers to pump your fist when he drops COVID truth bombs on a hit sports talk show.