Liz Wolfe is a contributor at The Federalist. She was previously managing editor at Young Voices. She’s a contributing writer for Playboy, where she writes on the intersection of law and culture, and her work has appeared in Reason, National Review, The Daily Beast, Houston Chronicle, Citylab, and USA Today. She lives in Austin, Texas with her husband. You can follow her on Twitter.
Bernie Sanders floats a college debt cancellation plan sure to please many, but giving handouts to the wealthy and educated among us is deeply absurd.
A Nebraska school district has decided to randomly drug test students to find out if they’re Juuling. Nanny state meddling won’t help anyone, though.
A hotel proprietor Michigan has taken it upon herself to help women seeking abortions by providing free lodging and transportation to their appointments.
Like her first book, economist Emily Oster’s ‘Cribsheet’ dismantles myths and pokes holes in junk science, centered on parenting for babies and toddlers ages 0 to 3.
Charlamagne calls Warren’s mostly fabricated Native American-ness into question in the most uncomfortable two minutes of radio in this election cycle.
Those of us who favor liberty should explicitly reject any attempt to re-order our public square toward the Highest Good.
There’s a way to be a principled pro-choicer, with concerns about state intrusion and the criminalization of a widely used procedure, but this ain’t it.
Everyone be quiet about those pesky real-life effects. Her intentions were pure, after all, so who cares if a few folks were thrown in jail?
Still, don’t let the film fool you into thinking plucky political insurgents who fancy socialism are necessarily better than the status quo alternative.
For wealthy, smart students, we should stop exalting the college experience and tell them to rethink the four-year plan. Most degrees can be done in three.
Kanye West’s Sunday Service had more Kirk Franklin, Otis Redding, and prayer than basic betch Instagram influencer garbage. God is full of mercy, after all.
Bernie Sanders (who is now a millionaire) and his wife gave 3.4 percent of their income to charity. Beto O’Rourke and his wife gave less than 1 percent.
A new NYC Chinese restaurant is providing fresh fodder for keyboard warriors to yell at a cringeworthy fitness-nutritionist lady with callous branding.
If it were legal, I would sell my kidney if I could get $4,000. Unfortunately, the government says we can’t do this, and thousands of people die every year as a result.
Beto fans are light on the substance, heavy on the hometown hero adoration, and obsessed with looks and charisma. This is exactly why Beto might win.
A conversation with humorist MADEbyJIMBOB (@madebyjimbob) on content suppression, late-night comedy, and the importance of satire in our political moment.
Good abortion storylines should be judged by the degree to which they accurately reflect reality––politically inconvenient reality included.
He’s the farthest thing from self-made, but that can’t stop Vanity Fair from fawning all over him. With the obsessed media on his side, he’s entering the crowded field.
Amber Heard and Asia Argento are at the forefront of Me Too whistleblowing. But how do we deal with stories emerging that cast doubt on their credibility?
The 2020 contender thinks waiting in line for food means equitable distribution of wealth. He also has a history of fawning over Fidel Castro.
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