Maureen Dowd Is Trying Really Hard To Be Serious About Women's Rights In Saudi Arabia

It's rather unconvincing, from her wardrobe notes on Prince Saud al-Faisal to the usual campy rhetorical flourishes ("Wahhabism, anyone?"; the Prince "sounding like a Saudi Garbo"), substituting for analysis, to an underreported gloss over Israeli women's rights. Team Gail. [NYT]