Entries Tagged ‘CEO’

Abortion biz CEO: Hard to find good help in Texas

by Kelli I can’t find anyone to deliver water or resurface the parking lot, because they’re against abortion. I can’t get someone to fix a leak in the roof. ~ Amy Hagstrom Miller (pictured right), CEO of abortion facility Whole Woman’s Health in Texas, lamenting the widespread closing of abortion clinics in the state, where […]

Best photo of Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards. Ever.

Students for Life of America’s Brendan O’Morchoe showed me this photo yesterday, staged and snapped by pro-life students at a Planned Parenthood rally in Austin, Texas, last week. I thought it was the best pic I’d seen of Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards – ever! Click to enlarge…

Yahoo hires pregnant CEO

I like to stay in the rhythm of things. My maternity leave will be a few weeks long and I’ll work throughout it. ~ Newly-hired Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer (pictured right with husband Zach Bogue), commenting on the news that she is six-months pregnant with a baby boy, as quoted by MSNBC’s Market Day, July […]

In light of unfavorable Gallup poll, Planned Parenthood CEO declares pro-life/pro-choice terms “irrelevant”

Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards appeared on MSNBC’s Morning Joe program on May 30 to tout her group’s new anti-Romney ad. But the conversation veered onto other interesting topics, as I wrote in my previous post.

One of those topics was the May 31 Gallup poll that found the number of Americans considering themselves “pro-choice” at a record low of 41%.

Morning Joe co-host Mika Brzezinski broached that topic with Richards and got this eye-rolling response:

Planned Parenthood CEO draws anemic crowd at pro-contraception rally

 I just love that photo, courtesy of Statesman.com. But we already knew the other side is a grumpy bunch. On February 17, four student groups plus the local Planned Parenthood combined forces, such as they were, to hold a pro-free-contraceptive rally at the University of Texas Austin. This was an initial test of the new […]

Planned Parenthood CEO: “They killed it.”

In a new video, Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards condemns House passage on February 18 of an amendment that would defund PP. “It’s funding that saves lives, and they killed it”…

Stanek weekend question: What are your reflections on the 38th anniversary of Roe v Wade?

Only pro-lifers will understand the blind irony of this pro-abort Huffington Post headline. In the wake of the Philadelphia massacre, their ridiculous meme takes on even deeper meaning. Michelle Malkin wrote in a post yesterday, “Ask yourself why you are not hearing about which root causes and whose rhetoric are to blame for this four-decades-long […]

Breaking: Focus quadrupling down, airing 2nd Tebow ad 4x during pregame show

story: There’s a new Super Bowl surprise from Focus on the Family: a 2nd ad. The evangelical group that bought ad time in the CBS game telecast will announce today that it has bought time in the pregame show to air a 2nd ad 4 times….


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