Leslie Loftis
Leslie Loftis
Leslie Loftis
Leslie Loftis is a lawyer turned writer via motherhood. In addition to writing for The Federalist, Leslie edits Iron Ladies, a collection of conservative women’s voices, and is a contributing editor of Liberator, a print quarterly on family law. She is also president of Leading Women For Shared Parenting. She and her husband, James, currently live in Houston with their four children (and three dogs).
Why Rolling Stone’s Lawyers Aren’t Celebrating The Defamation Lawsuit’s Dismissal

The dismissed Rolling Stone lawsuit over the false University of Virginia campus rape article is not the win headlines suggest.

Netflix’s ‘Voltron’ Reboot: The Best Modern Myth-Makers Can Do?

Film and TV’s late insistence that all female characters be dull know-it-alls ruins what otherwise would be a fabulous sci-fi reboot.

Texas’s War Against Washington DC

Texas is involved in suits against the federal government about abortion clinic regulations, immigration, and now school bathrooms. And that’s not all.

Why Obama Can’t Coax England To Stay In The EU

President Obama tells the British to remain in the European Union, or they will ‘go to the back of the queue’ for trade deals with the United States. Yeah, right.

Florida Gov. Rick Scott Ignores Families, Protects Disastrous Divorce Law

Current family law does not serve families. Time and again, the research and our own experience tell us this. Yet Republican governors continue to bow to feminist radicals.

Apparently Ladies Want To Bleed All Over Trump’s Whatever

Why it’s effective for the Left to treat the personal as the political—even something as personal as women’s periods.

Lands’ End Should Have Known Gloria Steinem Is Poison

Gloria Steinem is controversial because she sought equality for women not by building them up, but by tearing them down.

What You Can Do About America’s Political Crisis

We have relied upon the Supreme Court to preserve and defend us for too long. Any remaining shred of hope for that plan died with Justice Scalia. Now we must begin to defend ourselves.

Why Hillary Clinton Keeps Stumping With Lena Dunham

The Clinton campaign has a tin ear for remedying their candidate’s woman problem.

Miscarrying While Feminist

A feminist hurtles into reality and finds ‘I felt not just invisible to the ideology I’d grown up with, I felt forsaken.’

President Obama’s Gun Speech Proclaims His Impotence

The Nobel-winning president that the world once loved dropped bombs on his own authority in a hyped gun violence speech last night that mostly highlighted his lame-duck status.

How A Movie About The Men’s Rights Movement Became A Feminist’s Journey

A feminist documentary-maker takes ‘The Red Pill’ and gets beyond the lace curtain.

America’s Not Coming To Help France

France has rushed to bomb Syria after the Paris terror attacks because it knows the United States has lost its will for acting as the world’s protector.

Houston Rejects Special LGBT Privileges By Huge Margin

How did the Texas city that elected a lesbian mayor for three consecutive terms become the most bigoted city in America?

Star Wars Broke The Internet Last Night

Star Wars fans are cautiously optimistic about ‘The Force Awakens’ after its new trailer.

Lena Dunham’s Successfully Disastrous Hillary Clinton Interview

Lena Dunham and Hillary Clinton exceeded my low expectations by successfully portraying Clinton as a big faker.

Why Do Refugees Matter Only After The Christians Are Dead?

If the public only required poignant visuals to address the Middle East refugees and other horrors, we would have seen popular calls for action months ago.

8 Rules For Right-Wing Rebels

The Right can’t out-Alinsky the Left. But ‘the eternal rebel at the heart of every conservative’ can still win.

What’s The Big Deal About School Bathrooms?

How comfortable will menstruating young women feel attending school if they don’t have female-only bathrooms? The Third World knows.

‘Game Of Thrones’ Fans Shouldn’t Leave Because Of Sansa Stark’s Rape

If all the stories are happy stories, then society loses one of its best tools to prepare us for the shock of evil and the need to resist.