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.

Identity Politics Will Be Hosting ‘The Bachelor’ Season Finale

Acho will be hosting the “The Bachelor” finale not because he’s the best person for the job but because of his skin color and his voting record.

The Equality Act Would ‘Potato Head’ All Americans

Whacking the “Mr.” from Potato Head was motivated by the same impulses that drove progressives to draft the Equality Act: Both seek to nix sex distinctions.

Stop Smearing Christians As ‘Christian Nationalists’ Just Because They Value Both Faith And Freedom

Don’t confuse true believers who rightly fight for both faith and freedom as Christian nationalists. That’s just the Christian life.

We Need To Have A National Conversation About Offensive Muppets

It’s about time we have a conversation about these muppets who, in their ignorance, have perpetuated harmful stereotypes through their puppet privilege.

‘Bachelor’ Host Chris Harrison Talked Back To Cancel Culture And Got Canceled For It

Anyone who denies that cancel culture is real needs only to look at this week’s downfall of longtime host of ‘The Bachelor’ Chris Harrison for proof that this societal infectious disease is very much alive.

I’d Like To Tell The Health Experts Where They Can Shove Their Second Mask

COVID is real, but so are the COVID hypocrites, and they feed on your fear. If they tell you to wear a second mask, tell them where to shove it.

‘The Bachelorette’ Beats ‘The Bachelor’ Because Women Can’t Fight Like Men

‘The Bachelor’ is the WNBA of Bachelor Nation. Watching a bunch of women play the game just isn’t as good as watching men do it.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen Won’t Recuse On GameStop Despite Getting Almost A Million From Citadel

Despite an $810,000 conflict of interest, newly confirmed Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen will not recuse herself from the ongoing hedge fund mania with Robinhood and GameStop.

Rand Paul’s Cage Match With George Stephanopoulos Is A Pattern Everyone On The Right Should Follow

Every single Republican lawmaker and figurehead should be required to watch the Rand Paul clip as a clinic for how to take on the left-wing media.

Biden’s Lackluster Unity Speech Can’t Outshine His Continued Contempt For MAGA Americans

The 46th president’s address lacked American gusto, but no amount of presidential enthusiasm could have accomplished what Biden set out to do Wednesday: unify a deeply divided country.

3 Reasons State Capitols Didn’t Erupt In Violence Like The Media Promised

After the Capitol riot, Dems and the media breathlessly reported that state capitols all over the nation would face a similar fate — but they didn’t. Why?

When The Left Refuses Service, They’re Preventing Violence. When The Right Denies Service, They’re Bigots

Leftists love discrimination when it means nuking dissenters out of their businesses and off their platforms — but they’ll gladly drag you to court if you politely decline to serve them.

Biden Doesn’t Understand Why 74 Million Americans Have No Interest In His Unity Facade

Unity would be great, but it most certainly isn’t possible if our solutions involve deep-seated malice toward our opponents.

Whether Kamala Harris Is A Plagiarist Or A Liar, Her ‘Fweedom’ Story Confirms She’s The Perfect Biden Sidekick

‘Fweedom’ is what Kamala Harris has been wanting since she was in a stroller, according to an account of the vice president-elect’s early childhood that should probably be filed under fiction — or maybe plagiarism.

How The Gretch Stole Christmas

Because the only way to be on the ‘Nice’ list this Christmas is to mask up and avoid your loved ones at all costs.

New Mental Health Survey Shows Conservatives Were Right: Church Is Essential

According to a new survey, mental health has tanked across the board during this year of mayhem, except for one group: those who regularly attend church.

Science Says I’m In The Back Of The COVID Vaccine Line, But Government And Corporations Will Force Me Through It

The same businesses that successfully coerced an entire populace into covering their faces for nearly any normal activity will be able to apply the same logic to vaccines.

I’ll Give Up Black Friday When You Pry It From My Cold, Bargain-Grabbing Hands

The fliers are still arriving in the mail and the festive doorbuster commercials are rolling, but Black Friday this year just isn’t the same.

On Thanksgiving, Democrats Demand The Ultimate Family Separation Policy

More than eight months after “15 days to flatten the curve,” so-called experts are bidding us avoid family at all costs this Thanksgiving, lest we die.

Even ‘The Bachelorette’ Proves Harvard Degrees Are Useless

‘The Bachelorette’ has a way of teaching us week after week what not to do. This week’s lesson? Don’t blow six figures on a Harvard education.