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Kemberlee Kaye

Kemberlee Kaye is the Senior Contributing Editor of Legal Insurrection, where she has worked since 2014 and is the Director of Operations and Editorial Development for the Legal Insurrection Foundation. She has a background working in immigration law, and as a grassroots organizer, digital media strategist, campaign lackey, and muckraker. Over the years Kemberlee has worked with FreedomWorks, Americans for Prosperity, James O'Keefe's Project Veritas, and US Senate re-election campaigns, among others. 

Kemberlee, her daughter, and her son live a lovely taco-filled life in their native Texas.

You can reach her anytime via email at kk @

For those of y'all outside of the Lone Star State, it is hot down here. HOT. It's just mid-July and we've been living in a never-ending extra hot August since the beginning of June, with little reprieve. As a result, the power grid, which is struggling to keep up with masses of out of state immigrants is under more strain than we're comfortable with. Gas prices may be outrageous (thanks, Brandon!), but at least those of us with gas guzzling Texas-sided vehicles aren't being told to avoid charging our computer on wheels during the afternoon and evening hours.

If you work in any industry that relies on product, you have are well-versed with our self-inflicted shipping woes, rising cost of goods, the impossibility of getting what's been ordered, outrageous freight, etc. All of which help explain why wholesale price increase have hit new records.

Whomever is in Biden's earpiece sure has made a mess of what was a good thing. Cost of everything has skyrocketed. I know I'm not the only one feeling the pinch of sudden and astronomically high gas prices. There seems to be no end in sight.

It's been awhile since I've made any introductions, and now seems as good a time as any. You may have seen their names on the blog, but I'd like to formally introduce you to three of our newest Legal Insurrection Foundation teammates. These rockstars cover a variety of issues, all different, and have joined us over the course of the past few months.

My name is Kemberlee Kaye. I'm the Director of Operations and Editorial Development at the Legal Insurrection Foundation. I’m reaching out to you because recent events have raised the alarm as to the destruction of our educational system, and worse, the destruction of childhood innocence.

Grandstanding, calculated dispute, whatever it is, Tulsi Gabbard and Sen. Mitt Romney got into a nasty Twitter spat after Gabbard published a video encouraging all involved forces to destroy "dangerous pathogens" housed in the US-funded biolabs in Ukraine. Romney called Gabbard a traitor and Gabbard insisted Romney resign.

If you receive our emails, you might have noticed that we've moved platforms. Since we launched the Legal Insurrection Foundation almost three years ago, our email and other online functions were housed with Salsa Labs. But, due to annoying circumstances beyond our control, we were thrust into the opportunity to learn an entirely new system!

Before MSNBC became a hate-filled cesspool, it was just a nutty one. And many moons ago, Melissa Harris-Perry floated the idea that parental rights are non-existent, that kids "belong to whole communities" in a "Lean Forward" statement. I have no idea if "Lean Forward is still a thing, because we don't do cable news in this house.