Liz Wolfe is managing editor of Young Voices and a contributor for Washington Examiner. Her work has been published in Playboy, Reason, The Daily Beast, Newsweek, CityLab, and Houston Chronicle, and quoted by the Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, and (oddly enough) the Japan Times. She went on Glenn Beck a few months ago to talk about her Playboy article on domestic terrorism, which resulted in the Beck team tweeting out a Playboy link for the very first time. She writes on drugs, due process, campus speech, feminism, and––whenever editors let her––tattoos. She lives in Austin, Texas.