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.
If loving Harajuku so much that you stylize your art around it is the equivalent of a minstrel show or blackface, then how are we supposed to qualify flagrant acts of racism?
‘It severely undermines the confidence in our gun laws as well as the ATF … if there are not criminal consequences,’ Sen. Tom Cotton said.
Never forget the hell that BLM rained down last summer. And on this one-year anniversary of the Floyd riots that sparked them all, remember how much progress they’ve secured: none.
“I asked my mom if there is a word for this, and she said there is: hypocrisy.”
Somebody should tell Joel Osteen there’s nothing ‘peaceful’ about self-centric religion that taps into God only in case of emergency.
When MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow says, “We’re going to have to rewire the way that we look at each other,” she’s right. And it’s a real shame.
If potato head Brian Stelter finds an elementary masking article to be ‘really thoughtful,’ perhaps an actual potato would be a better cable TV host.
McCarthy and other GOP lawmakers and officers met at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial to honor the “incredible work our men and women in blue do.”
Thanks to the ruling class who insisted lockdown would save lives, that became the conventional wisdom — but as is often the case, the conventional wisdom was wrong.
While Rachel Hollis tries to recover from charges of privilege and co-opting black terms, when is she going to apologize for co-opting Christianity?
We don’t need to cross any borders to witness a failed state — or at least a dysfunctional wannabe state. The 68 square miles of Washington D.C. have it all.
Tim Scott poses a question that has emerged throughout Biden’s term despite the president’s promise of unity: “Why do we feel so divided and anxious?”
After the police shooting of Ma’Khia Bryant, Black Lives Matter released a statement confirming BLM doesn’t actually think all black lives matter — only those who fit its narrative.
When you can convince people racism is rampant, you ignite a flame of division and destruction that can only end with bodies on the ground and cities leveled.
Even if Derek Chauvin is convicted, it will reinforce to the destructive masses that not only did much of their violence persist with impunity, but it was rewarded.
‘Why do so many vaccinated people remain fearful?’ David Leonhardt asks with a straight face in Monday’s New York Times newsletter. Let me tell you.
Wisconsin’s anti-Asian Minority Grant Program elevates some minority students above others, and now taxpayers are taking legal action.
The Federalist has obtained the proposed GOP conference rules, allowing for earmarks, which truly conservative lawmakers call the ‘currency of corruption.’
The same science that explains why men and women respond differently to COVID vaccines also explains why eschewing sex in pursuit of gender fluidity is an exercise in futility.
If Anthony Fauci really wants Americans to get a COVID-19 shot, he should stop telling them it’s pointless.
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