A few years ago, former Georgia Secretary of State Karen Handel, persuaded the Susan G. Komen Foundation to stop giving money to Planned Parenthood. There was a leftwing orchestrated public backlash and, on the advice of Karl Rove, the Komen Foundation dismissed Karen Handel and resumed tithing to Planned Parenthood. Show More Summary
Republican leaders pulled a commemorative coin bill from the House floor on Tuesday because it would funnel money to Susan G. Komen, a breast cancer charity that gives grants to the family planning provider Planned Parenthood. The Breast Cancer Awareness Commemorative Coin Act, sponsored by Rep. Show More Summary
Hulk Hogan made the rounds in Washington this week to promote his role as grand marshall of Saturday’s Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. While Hogan made quite the splash at Politico, his best media visit was to the local Fox affiliate, where on Friday, Hulk took matters into his own hands — literally […]
Pippa Mann will return to Dale Coyne Racing to compete in this year's Indianapolis 500, in support of Susan G. Komen, the…
Nancy G. Brinker supports conservative values — values she says are consistent with same-sex marriage. read more
Bordelon Marine is partnering with Susan G. Komen as part of its continuing relationship to christen the MV Shelia Bordelon on Friday, March 20th at Bordelon Marine Shipbuilders in Houma, LA.
The Los Angeles office of the Allen Lund Co. has donated $2,500 to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Post by Lindsay Mannering Susan G. Komen's "Promise Me" is a real stinker. Released in April, the pink perfume was supposed to raise money for breast cancer research, but instead it's just raised some eyebrows. After an advocacy group got a hold of the scent and had it tested for carcinogens, the results were more than just a little disheartening. Show More Summary
Fracking company Baker Hughes painted 1,000 drill bits pink to support the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Yep: no hypocrisy there.
WWE, in its third year partnering with the Susan G. Komen Foundation for breast cancer awareness, raised $1.5 million during the month of October, foundation head Nancy Brinker said on twitter. Pwinsider.com reports that she thanked WWE for their continued commitment to raising awareness for breast cancer. Show More Summary
Does the Susan G. Komen breast cancer organization only give 20% of their donations to cancer research and pay their CEO $684,000 per year?
The Susan G. Komen Foundation has teamed up with everyone from a fracking company to KFC during breast cancer awareness month. It’s October—the leaves are turning yellow, porch ornaments are coming up pumpkin orange, the first frost is sparkling silver, and everywhere I turn the sight of pink ribbons affronts my sensibilities. Show More Summary
After donating $100,000 to the Susan G. Komen breast cancer foundation, oil giant Baker Hughes plans to start using pink drill bits.
The Susan G. Komen Foundation is once again proving its commitment to raising breast cancer awareness painting stuff pink and making corporate sponsors happy. It is—and I want to stress that this is self-parody, not parody by outside sources—partnering with a company that manufactures fracking equipment to promote pink drill bits: Susan G. Show More Summary
Komen is facing a backlash after it was announced that Baker Hughes was a partner. After making a $100,000 donation, Hughes will paint 1,000 drill bits "Passionately Pink" the color of the Komen Foundation. Bits that will be used for...Show More Summary
Post by Maressa Brown. Many of us are familiar with the Susan G. Komen foundation as one of the top sponsors of breast cancer fundraising events around the country, but two years ago, we learned where their values really lie when they got into a kerfuffle with Planned Parenthood. Show More Summary
Accusations of "pinkwashing" have recently been leveled at a partnership between breast cancer organization Susan G. Komen and "oilfield services" company Baker Hughes. To help raise awareness of breast cancer amongst its predominantly male workforce, Baker
WWE might be best known for its fights in the ring, but this month the organization is fighting a different type of fight – the battle against breast cancer.… READ ON
This still looks like a demon from some pink hell that wants to eat my face. We've all been around the block enough times to get a little cynical about October's annual pink-washing ritual, but this takes the big pink cancer cake. The Susan G. Show More Summary
The CDC has found that women living close to fracking sites are 20% more likely to develop breast cancer than women who do not.