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Tea Party Republican US Congressman Paul Broun is reportedly about to announce his run to fill the Senate seat recently-opened by the resignation of Saxby Chambliss.
Karen Handel, the anti-gay, anti-choice former VP of the Susan G. Komen/Komen for the Cure Foundation, talked to (really, at) MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell yesterday.
Komen for the Cure founder Nancy Brinker will step as CEO, more than eight months after the breast cancer foundation announced it was dropping Planned Parenthood.
Komen founder Nancy Brinker is asking Congress for $275 million to fund cancer research, after fundraising efforts plummeted when they dropped Planned Parenthood.
Karen Handel speaks live two weeks after resigning from Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure, in the wake of its decision to defund Planned Parenthood ended up subjecting itself to harsh scrutiny from which it can’t run nor hide.
“We have made mistakes in how we have handled recent decisions and take full accountability for what has resulted,” Komen founder Nancy Brinker claims — spinning.
An unrepentant Karen Handel was forced to resign from Susan G. Komen for the Cure today, after her attack on Planned Parenthood. Read her resignation letter here.
The Washington Post let a GOProud co-founder to lash out at Planned Parenthood without bothering to properly identify him as a former Planned Parenthood operative.
A 2010 interview with Komen VP Karen Handel, which focuses on her positions against gay rights, gay adoption, and gay marriage, just one year prior to joining Komen.
The people who were once part of the organization that was known since its founding as The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation is that it’s an entirely different organization than American once knew.
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