Tag Archives: presidential race

Politics and Planned Parenthood

Check out my piece in Contexts Magazine. It is currently available online here. politics and planned parenthood by Deana A. Rohlinger Planned Parenthood found itself caught in the middle of a political maelstrom last fall after the pro-life group, Center … Continue reading

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Planned Parenthood: The Battle Continues

In the long term, Planned Parenthood should prepare itself for a public relations battle that, eventually, will have political and financial consequences. Continue reading

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Election Dissection: What Does It Mean for the Rest of US?

  I am an advertising agency’s nightmare. I pledge loyalty to no television personality or station. Instead, I flip from station to station watching how each is covering the election. You can learn some interesting, albeit essentially useless, information by … Continue reading

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Lady-Part Politics

Warning: This is a snarky post.  It’s difficult to ignore the absurd contradictions involving women in American culture, most of which involve the maintenance, presentation, or regulation of our lady parts. In popular culture, girl and woman power are often … Continue reading

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The Problem with Polls

Who is going to win the upcoming presidential race? I don’t have the answer, but I can certainly point you to a poll that purportedly does! Try here: http://www.gallup.com/poll/157817/election-2012-likely-voters-trial-heat-obama-romney.aspx Don’t like that one? Here is a table reporting the results … Continue reading

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