Complete and utter cowardice on display here from the marriage equality advocates among Big Gay Inc. First of all, Respect for Marriage Coalition chose war criminals, and Laura Bush, to demonstrate the broad acceptability of marriage equality in America.
|By: Teddy Partridge Saturday February 23, 2013 5:20 pm|
|By: cocktailhag Thursday July 19, 2012 8:00 pm|
When Ann Romney haughtily declared this morning that “You People” had better well quit nosing around in her family’s affairs already, I was reminded of my mother’s perennial and typically generous comment regarding couples who were either startlingly unattractive or otherwise even less appealing together than the sum of their parts: “Well, at least they found each other.”
|By: Lisa Derrick Monday June 11, 2012 5:00 pm|
Breast cancer. We all know at least one person affected by it, often many more. And while breast cancer rates are increasing and billions of dollars have been raised by the Susan G Komen Foundation and other mega- and mini-charities, the treatment hasn’t changed much over the decades; it’s still as Dr. Susan Love says: “slash, burn and poison.”
Pink Ribbons, Inc., in theaters now, explores the fluffy, pink, feel-good phenomenon of breast cancer marketing and culture, how it is being exported as part of globalization, and used as political propaganda — the pinkwashing — not only of companies, but also the United States. Our guests are producer Ravida Din; health care advocate Barbara Brenner, the former executive director of Breast Cancer Action; and Dr. Samantha King, author of the book Pink Ribbons, Inc., Breast Cancer and Politics of Philanthropy.
|By: Angelou Ezeilo Saturday June 25, 2011 1:59 pm|
Whether you are looking for a blueprint for how to run a successful non-profit organization, or just interested in reading an inspiring story about how a man from humble beginnings sparked a play movement for children around the country, KaBoom! is a must read.