By Tabitha Korol (as published on American Thinker, [by permission of the author]) If one needed a convincing example of the damage done to the female psyche by a strict Islamic upbringing, look …Keep Reading!
By Tabitha Korol In April of this year, The Public Broadcasting Service’s (PBS) LearningMedia featured “Dying to be a Martyr,” a classroom experience about the Middle East for students, ages 9 through 12. Taxpayer-funded …Keep Reading!
By Tabitha Korol The cover of the August 2017 issue of Rolling Stone magazine displays the image of Justin Trudeau, and the first headline, “Justin Trudeau, Why Can’t He Be Our President?” Aside from …Keep Reading!
By Tabitha Korol United Nations Human Rights Special Rapporteur on Violence against Women, Dubravka Šimonović, blames Israel for the violence committed by Palestinian men against their own women. She is confirming that the Muslim man …Keep Reading!
By Tabitha Korol It’s presented as a fashion magazine that appeals to more than a million girls, so we expect age-appropriate style and panache; new trends in accessories, makeup and hairstyles; advice about manners and …Keep Reading!
By Tabitha Korol Adam Ghahramani, a digital product and marketing director in New York, is an Iranian-American who penned his concerns on VentureBeat, that President Trump will prevent all Muslims from seeking asylum in these …Keep Reading!
By Tabitha Korol Arthur O. Sulzberger, Jr., publisher of The New York Times, and Dean Baquet, executive editor, issued their reflection to their readers. After reviewing it several times, I realized that the election of …Keep Reading!
By Tabitha Korol I took the liberty of addressing a form letter, dated October 24, 2016, signed by Carol Meek and “Paid for by the Ohio Democrat Party.” An Ohio public school teacher for 33 …Keep Reading!
photo credit: Frankie Fouganthin Wikimedia Commons By Tabitha Korol When Nicholas Kristof, a writer for the New York Times, wrote Anne Frank today is a Syrian girl, he was publicizing his own distorted view that all …Keep Reading!
By Tabitha Korol It began when Dalia Z, a high school junior and editor of her school newspaper in suburbia, Ohio, championed Aya, a senior who complained to school authorities that she was a victim …Keep Reading!