Randall Terry plans to air graphic anti-abortion ads during the Super Bowl. Many anti-choicers are opposed.
If the Broncos make the Super Bowl, this year’s may be unwatchable.
Focus on the Family ad a snoozer and a game of “who’s racist?” It’s the Monday morning roundup!
What do you know about Focus on the Family? Here are some facts.
Two weeks ago, a DirecTV episode of Friday Night Lights very quietly made television history with a sensitive episode about abortion. As the Super Bowl approaches, with its Focus on the Family finger-wagging, we can look to FNL for reality.
Trust women: Former Minnesota Vikings football player Sean James and former Olympic Gold Medalist Al Joyner appear in a video created by Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) focusing on "respect for women’s choices."
Dana Goldstein’s newest Daily Beast Column exposes the curious and comfortable relationship between CBS and Focus on the Family during the creation of the now famous Super Bowl ad. But while they were busy crafting the perfect multi-million dollar message together, Focus on the Family was laying off 75 staff members and cutting 200 more jobs?
More Super Bowl ad talk, this time from a bunch of guys. And Obama’s attempt to destroy government, one fetus at a time…
A coalition of women’s groups is calling on CBS to immediately pull an anti-choice advertisement sponsored by Focus on the Family now set to air during Super Bowl XLIV.
The common denominator in ads like Pam Tebow’s is that the woman at the center is being celebrated for her bravery in making a specific choice—and that if she didn’t have the right to choose, then she wouldn’t be a hero at all.