On The Posner Show, Sarah speaks with Anthea about the controversy over Mona Eltahawy's "Why Do They Hate Us?" piece in Foreign Policy, and whether her broad-brush approach, which provoked much criticism, could contribute to a more robust discussion of international women's rights. Turning to the domestic "war on women," Sarah wonders whether the term is politically useful, and argues that the fight over contraception coverage raises a much bigger issue—a long-term goal of redefining the First Amendment. While the Vatican investigates and "reforms" American nuns, Anthea contends that the American bishops are completely out of touch. Plus: Anthea lays out a harsh critique of Ross Douthat's new book, Bad Religion.