Entries Tagged ‘Komen’

When Planned Parenthood tried to bully a corporate donor… and lost

Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure would have done well to look back at Planned Parenthood’s history of nasty break-ups to get a better handle on what was ahead. Back in the pre-Internet dinosaur days 22 years ago, Planned Parenthood’s tactics may have been different, but its assault was just as grand when it […]

Life Links 2-7-12

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat The state of Texas can begin enforcing their ultrasound law but Judge Sam Sparks isn’t happy about it: U.S. District Judge Sam Sparks said he was forced to follow the federal appellate court’s ruling last month that ordered its immediate enforcement. Sparks said his action on Monday came […]

Breaking: Karen Handel resigns from Komen

UPDATE 1:47p: Am told Karen Handel is going on Megyn Kelly’s show on Fox at 2p EST. 11:07a: From AJC.com: Karen Handel… just announced her resignation as a senior vice president for public of Susan G. Komen for the Cure one week after the breast cancer charity reversed itself on a decision to sever […]

Life Links 2-6-12

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Want to know why the NY Times editorials are consistently horribly reasoned and argued? Here’s Andrew Rosenthal, the Times’ editorial page editor, attempting to argue that abortions are rare in the United States. Seriously, abortions are rare because they are less common than blood transfusions and because there […]

How Planned Parenthood used social media to crush Komen

Politico’s Keach Hagey has predicted Planned Parenthood’s successful ambush of Susan G. Komen for the Cure last week will “likely to go down as a textbook case of the political power of social media.” She’s right, and pro-lifers need to learn from it. This post does not discuss reasons why Planned Parenthood felt it had […]

Stanek weekend question II: What positives can be drawn from the Komen/Planned Parenthood debacle?

  Well, what a week this has been. What started on a very high note, with news that Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure had decided to stop funding Planned Parenthood, ended on a very low note, with news that Komen had supposedly caved. But there’s always a silver lining and victory in what […]

Did Komen outfox the Left?

2/4, 7a: HT to Kel for spotting this on the Daily Kos… The apology was nothing more than an attempt to control the damage done to the Komen brand, but the traditional media nonetheless did the work for the foundation by reporting it as a reversal of the Komen Foundation’s decision. But it’s not. 2/3, […]

Life Links 2-2-12

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat The Weekly Standard’s John McCormack makes a good point: [W]hy does Planned Parenthood feel entitled to a private charity’s donations, especially considering the fact that Planned Parenthood’s president falsely claims on national television that the group provides mammograms? Isn’t Komen free to give its money to organizations that […]


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