This morning I had some spam hit my email that I very nearly didn’t delete. I stopped, read it, nearly pulled it out of my spam trap, but ultimately deleted it. It […]
Colorado Springs, Planned Parenthood, and our cultural insanity over guns
Read this excerpt from an article in the New York Times about the people around the Planned Parenthood clinic that was attacked yesterday: Her boyfriend, Jackson Ricker, 18, placed his arms around […]
A belated lesson for Ted Cruz on speaking for the people
It helps when more people are behind you. How’s the view from under the bus? ICYMI: Politico 9/28 – Cruz sternly rebuked by GOP On Monday night, Cruz’s colleagues ignored his attempt to […]
Carly Fiorina’s lie that wouldn’t die
Carly either can’t distinguish between evidence or doesn’t know what it is Last Saturday I posted this on social media with my own comment: If anyone has the footage she describes, please […]
Colorado’s Amendment 67: cynical and cruel, not compassionate
Colorado’s latest zygote personhood amendment is a cynical ploy to use a tragic accident and a now closed legal loophole to ban all abortions in the state.
Komen hires the wrong PR firm, missing the boat once again (and some thoughts on PR Daily's coverage of the story)
So, the Susan Komen Foundation has hired a big-hitter PR firm. And not just any PR firm, either. Now, Komen is assessing the damage, and it’s using a consulting firm founded by […]
Komen/Planned Parenthood controversy: why haven't we heard from Komen's corporate sponsors?
Corporate sponsorship is important for a great many of America’s non-profits, and that’s certainly true of the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Of course, any time you strike an alliance with another entity, […]
Komen VP resigns; an important first step, but a long road to reconciliation remains
The Komen Foundation VP at the center of the Planned Parenthood firestorm, Karen Handel, has resigned. A few days ago I predicted on Facebook that she’d be gone within a week, but […]