Jack E. Kemp
If Naomi Wolf goes to work for Al Jazeera, it will solve the problems she addressed in her early book, "The Beauty Myth," in which she said the patriarchy forces women to be slavish followers of fashion and beauty (i.e., including cosmetics usage).
Wolf is also the author of a 2012 book called "Vagina: A Biography" and was a paid consultant to Al Gore's 2000 Presidential campaign, famously advising him to wear "earth tones." She now claims to be an advocate of "civil liberties." Has she traveled around Qatar lately to see how "civil" and how much "liberty" women and men have there?
How can a feminist show her commitment to women's rights more than by working for an business owner whose religious beliefs see her as an ape and pig, consider her testimony worth half that of a man in court and cannot get a conviction if she accuses someone of raping her unless there are four male witnesses.
In the novel and movie "The World According to Garp," there is a cult of feminists known as Ellen Jamesians who support Ellen James, a woman who was raped and had her tongue cut out by her attackers so that she wouldn't "be able to identify" the rapists. The Ellen Jamesians all have cut out their own tongues in a show of solidarity - and emotional extremism. While presumably Ms. Wolf will have full license to attack the West on any Al Jazeera program, one wonders if she were to find anything wrong with Middle Eastern culture (and I'm not talking about Israel here), would they pull the plug on her camera and microphone, using a de facto Ellen Jamesian solution to her offending Al Jazeera sensibilities.