Liz Wolfe
Liz Wolfe

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.

Study: IUD Insertion Numbers Went Up After Trump Won The Presidency

The #Resistance feared attacks on women’s health and acted accordingly. They’re well within their rights to do so, but the hysteria is a bit much.

Fourth-Wave Feminist Hysteria Gets Scope Of Sexual Assault Problem Wrong

We shouldn’t feed the fearmongering Twitter frenzy. Instead, we should have an honest discussion about how prevalent sex-based violence really is.

Kamala Harris Has Made A Whole Career Out Of Hurting Vulnerable People

Harris spent years doling out fines and jail time to poor parents whose kids were skipping school. Now she makes life more dangerous for prostitutes, too!

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Biopic ‘On The Basis Of Sex’ Is A Terrible Movie

It’s not an issue with her politics––overly fawning, anachronistic, poorly paced portrayals of anyone’s life should get on your nerves.

New Law Makes It Easier For New Yorkers To Get Third-Trimester Abortions

Doctors in New York state already perform a staggering number of abortions annually, but sure, let’s expand opportunities for abortions at a gestational stage when babies can survive outside the womb.

New Poll Shows Most Americans Support Abortion Bans After The First Trimester

We’re nowhere near as extreme as pro-choice activists claim when it comes to abortion attitudes. Most of the population favors a moderate, nuanced approach.

FIRST STEP Act Heading To Trump’s Desk Would Reduce Federal Prison Population

The bill, which has passed House and Senate and is headed to President Trump’s desk, would be an obvious step in the right direction.

The ‘Shout Your Abortion’ Coffee Table Book Fights Off The Real Abortion Conversation

‘People who have abortions are good people, and abortion has helped millions of us live our best lives. We are not sorry.’

Ocasio-Cortez Violates House Ethics Rules, Threatens Trump Jr. For Trolling Her On Twitter

It would be absolutely great for Americans if Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez could adhere to the House Ethics Manual and not undermine democratic norms next time she chooses to stand up for socialism.

Facebook Toys With New Policies That Crack Down On Sexual Content

From both an individual liberty and profit-generating perspective, Facebook’s recent choice is somewhere between superfluous and puritanical.

Busybodies Attempt To Sic The IRS On People Who Sell Sex Online

Because apparently nobody had anything better to do Thanksgiving weekend than to tattle on sexy women to government agencies.

Planned Parenthood President Avoids The Word ‘Abortion’ In Debut Interview

CBS journalists allowed Leana Wen to uncritically repeat Planned Parenthood talking points in a softball interview her first day on the job.

FDA Investigating Mail-Order Abortion Pill Company As Access Grows

Every pro-life person should be concerned about the growing trend in easy-access abortion pills, delivered to your doorstep.

In Last Night’s Debate, Cruz Crushed O’Rourke, But Will Texas Voters See It That Way?

In the final Texas Senate debate, Beto O’Rourke came off as likable and charismatic. But his charm is no match for Ted Cruz’s obvious competence and experience.

California Considers Bill To Make Public Universities Offer Students Abortion Pills

Public colleges would be required under a potential California law to offer easy-to-obtain abortion pills at student health clinics.

Missouri Democrats Quickly Reverse Decision To Tolerate Pro-Lifers In The Party

Democrats in Missouri removed language designed to welcome pro-lifers into the party from their platform, just two months adopting it. It’s more evidence Democrats are stuck to abortion.

Identity Politics Are Rapidly Destroying The Value Of College Degrees

Too often, college is merely a signal to show bare minimum competence to employers. Is that signal still valuable as college becomes more about indoctrination and delayed adulthood?

The Nation’s Groveling Apology For Publishing A Poem Only Damages The Arts

The Nation’s editors are willing to strip their publication of controversy and offense, in service of illiberal mobs that will, over time, stamp out art and creative expression.