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Enough is Enough is Hiring

September 21, 2009 | By | No Comments

Position: Executive Director

Status: Full-time

Salary: Negotiable

Job Location: Reston, Virginia

Start Date: Immediately

Enough Is Enough (EIE), a non-partisan, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, emerged in 1994 as the national leader on the front lines to make the Internet safer for children and families.

Since then, EIE has pioneered and led the effort to confront online pornography, child pornography, child stalking and sexual predation with innovative initiatives and effective communications.

The ideal candidate for EIE Executive Director (ED) is an innovative thinker with a positive attitude who can multi-task, work well in group settings, and thrive under pressure. The ED position offers exciting opportunities to work with the national media; federal and state governments; federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies; corporate America; non-governmental organizations; and faith-based communities.

Responsibilities include the daily management of EIE, including oversight of all administrative functions, program and operational leadership, financial management, development of new funding sources while maintaining existing ones, and the implementation of the organizational goals and objectives set by the CEO and Board of Directors.

Perhaps the most exciting opportunity this position offers is the chance to make a real difference in the fight to protect vulnerable children from the online threats of pornography and sexual predators. Become a leader of the nation’s leading non-profit organization dedicated to protecting children online.

SUMMARY: The Executive Director is responsible for implementation of policies set by the CEO and Board of Directors as well as annual goals and objectives, financial, program, and administrative management of the corporation.


• Internet Safety 101 Program Management – Manage all aspects of EIE’s Internet Safety 101: Empowering Parents program, including program launch and management of the national campaign, contract management, program outreach, program budgeting, program reporting and monitoring, and the development and distribution of program materials.

• Operations Management – Responsible for administration and overall operation of EIE, including reviewing and evaluating the results of program activities; monitoring contractual obligations; allocating resources for greater program effectiveness and efficiency; developing organizational and administrative policies; maintaining official records and documents; and ensuring compliance with federal, state and local regulations.

• Employee Resource Management – Responsible for employee/contractor evaluations, motivation, hiring, firing, review training, and the overall organization and management of all staff and contractors.

• Financial Management – Responsible for the financial management of the corporation, including developing and improving reporting processes, system design, database management and quality control, and the development and implementation of the annual budget.

• Grant Management and Oversight- Responsible for managing multiple government, industry and foundation grants.

• Internet and Information Technology – Responsible for maintaining a working knowledge of significant developments and trends in Internet Safety, communications technologies, and related areas. Must also be familiar with office management hardware and software tools, and their effective application in a small office environment.

• Corporate Liaison and Community Relations – Oversight of Corporate Development efforts , including sponsors, partners, and affiliate organizations. Responsibilities may also include attending and/or functioning as CEO’s designee at task force and advisory board meetings.

• Sustainability – Responsible for developing and implementing plans approved by the CEO and Board of Directors that will ensure the continued impact and financial viability of EIE. This includes identifying and soliciting potential new funding resources and maintaining existing funding support from sponsors, partners, grants, and other donors, as deemed appropriate.

• General Counsel – Responsible for providing information, counsel, and operational updates to the CEO and Board of Directors, as required.

• Administrative Board Support – Responsible for support of all activities associated with the Board of Directors, including staffing for all Board meetings, meeting schedules, locations, development of meeting agendas and materials.

EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE: BA or BS degree and seven years of increasingly responsible administrative and operational experience, at least five of which shall have been in a senior management capacity. An MBA degree is a plus. Must have extensive senior leadership experience and a proven track record in team building. Must be able to manage rapid growth of Enough Is Enough.

LANGUAGE SKILLS: Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, financial reports, legal documents, technical procedures, or governmental regulations for grants; write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals; efficiently respond to questions from sponsors and partners, and members of the community; communicate effectively in both written and oral form; and, effectively present information to the CEO and Board of Directors.

OTHER KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of the principles and techniques of research grant administration; contract administration and negotiation; fiscal and organizational management; principles and practices of marketing; public relations and communication; and experience in non-profit fundraising. Ability to plan, direct and coordinate activities; negotiate and administer contracts; work commercial vendors, government agencies, community groups and other organizations as necessary; communicate effectively in both written and oral forms; exhibit independent judgment in the development, implementation and evaluation of plans, procedures and policies.

How to Apply: Please send resume to Lillian Schoeppler via email at All applicants should present two personal and two professional letters of reference at interview.


Your Business Blogger(R) and Charmaine also blog at Reasoned Audacity and Management Training of DC, LLC and Americans United for Life.

Follow on Twitter: @JackYoest and @CharmaineYoest

Media Alert: Charmaine Debates Hollywood Madam Heidi Fleiss

July 29, 2009 | By | No Comments

There are many reasons not to condone women selling their bodies. There is one really ugly reason.

Please look carefully at the two women debating the wisdom of prostitution.

Heidi Fleiss is younger, yes younger, than Charmaine Yoest.

Prostitution does not seem to help appearances.

Charmaine_Heidi_Fleiss.jpg Back in 2005 Charmaine debated the Hollywood Madam Heidi Fleiss on MSNBC hosted by Rita Cosby.

They debated the buying and selling of a woman’s…time…?

Heidi was for.

Charmaine was against that kind of market transaction.

You Can Rent the woman on the Left.

You Can’t Touch the woman the Right.

The type of cash for favors reported at the notorious Moonlight Bunny Range where every girl has her price. YouTube of half-clad Bunnies follows:

Charmaine Yoest debates

Heidi Fleiss on Bunny Ranch

The Alert Reader will recall that the Bunny Range series was one of MSNBC’s most popular features. This may have been the high point for the now liberal cable outlet.

MSNBC has gone down (in viewship?)

(in politics?) since.


Thank you (foot)notes:

Since this report Heidi, The Hollywood Madam has signed a Hollywood movie deal for Five Million Dollars, and

Charmaine has been appointed as president and CEO of Americans United for Life.

Every girl has her price; every girl makes her own deal.

Rita Cosby Live and Direct transcript.

Also see Beauty is as Beauty Does.

Be sure to follow Your Business Blogger(R) and Charmaine on Twitter: @JackYoest and @CharmaineYoest

Video Credit: Peter Shinn and The Dude.

Charmaine on Politically Incorrect with Larry Flynt

November 19, 2008 | By | No Comments

Warning: Adult material. Safe for work, maybe. Charmaine’s had a dozen gigs on Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher. The following episode features Hustler Magazine publisher, Larry Flynt, Musician Edwin McCain (no relation to John McCain) and Actor Steve Hytner.

Charmaine was on to flog her book Mother in the Middle: Searching for Peace in the Mommy Wars.

Jesus-loving normal mom on the same set as a porn-peddler.

Only in America.

The work an author has to do these days…

Bill Maher, Politically Incorrect

Charmaine Yoest on the right,

of course… The topic was kiddie pornography. Re: Chester the Molester .

So it was four Hollywood liberals against one normal conservative.

About even.


Thank you (foot)notes:

This show originally aired on February 2, 2000 on the ABC network.

Your Business Blogger(R) recommends Kiddie P*rn: Dirty Old Men Are Slow Learners

Also see Charmaine on CNN Debating Condoms;

Obama Will Export Abortion-Condom Funding Overseas

MEDIA ALERT: Charmaine Quoted in The Washington Post on Teen Sex

June 5, 2008 | By | No Comments

The number one reason teenage girls have sex is not the pleasure, but the peeps. Peer pressure is the largest motivator.

Charmaine reminds us of this fact and was quoted by The Washington Post in Decline in Teen Sex Levels Off, Survey Shows,

…the onslaught of movies, books, advertising and cultural messages…glamorize sex.

“The No. 1 movie that all teenage girls want to see right now is ‘Sex and the City,’ ” said Charmaine Yoest, a spokesman for the Family Research Council. “Our culture continues to tell them the way to be cool is to dress provocatively and to consider nonmarital sexual activity to be normative.”

The WP reporter Rob Stein implies that more condoms and “comprehensive sex ed” will fix all,

New data from a large government survey show that by every measure, a decade-long decline in sexual activity among high school students leveled off between 2001 and 2007, and that the rise in condom use by teens flattened out in 2003.

Moreover, the survey found disturbing hints that teen sexual activity may have begun creeping up and that condom use among high school students might be edging downward…

Condom failure rates are seldom mentioned in any reporting. In these times, a failure may result in more than a pregnancy.

See What course for schools on distributing prophylactics?

Watch Charmaine debate condoms for college kids on NBC back in 2006. The debate hasn’t changed much…


Thank you (foot)notes:

The article was picked up by newspapers across the country. The comments are encouraging.

For example, Tulsa World and DallasNews.

The National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL)/Women’s Studies girls at Feministing are not happy. At all.

See Top 10 Facts on Teen Sex.

Charmaine Yoest, Ph.D., was named one of the Evangelical Women of the Year 2005.

Your Business Blogger(R) of Management Training of DC, LLC, is a licensed agent for the William Oncken Corporation — presenters of Managing Management Time(TM) fondly known as Monkey Management.

MEDIA ALERT: Charmaine On FOX Debating Racy Ads

April 2, 2008 | By | No Comments


Charmaine on an earlier FOX appearance Charmaine Yoest, Ph.D., Vice President for Communications for the Family Research Council appeared on Fox News on March 1, 2008 to debate the issue of edgy ads and to discuss the prevalence of shock-style advertising in the media.

Click here for the clip. Please forgive the extra click thru to the FRC site.


Thank you (foot)notes:

For more on the ads click here. Safe for work. I think…

MEDIA ALERT: Chamaine with Neil Cavuto on FOX: Must Don Imus Go?

April 12, 2007 | By | 2 Comments


Neil Cavuto

Your Money or Your Life

HarperCollins Publishers,

New York, New York Our culture has coarsened. Alert Readers will remember the yesteryear risque of Ogden Nash (1902 – 1971), writing about men and women and marriage,

Incompatibility will never exist,

Not as long as he’s got income

And she’s got patt-able.

To today where Sir Mix-a- Lot, (a Grammy Award winner, natch) tells us, (fortissimo)

I like big butts and I can not lie…

To hell with romancin’

She’s Sweat, Wet, got it goin like a turbo vette…

So ladies (yeah), Ladies (yeah)

Do you wanna roll in my Mercedes (yeah)

Then turn around

Stick it out…

Baby got back…

OK…So Nash and Sir Mix are saying the same thing. But there is a difference in, well, style.

And this culture war is seen in the counter-cultured Icon Imus in his depreciation of black women.


Fox News Pop culture confusion also caused by Kanye West, who symbolizes the Imus counter-example. West is a producer for gangsta rapper, Ludacris, who is best known for “edgy” lyrics:


Ludacris, formerly on Pepsi payroll

I got my twin glock .40′s cocked back/Me and my homies, so drop that.

My shotguns are cold and hard . . ./My triggers are always talking about some squeeze me, squeeze me.

Hollow bullets I pull it,

I’m about to live in vain

And then I drill ‘em,

refill ‘em,

make sure they feel the pain.

And my favorite, “I’ve got ho’s in different area codes.”

Ludacris can make this rhyme.

A style like Ogden Nash, content like Tony Soprano: Ludacris and Kanye and Mix-a-Lot . . . and Imus hangin’ with the ho’s at Bada Bing.

Is insulting black women reserved for black men?

Should Imus be banished to satellite to cuss it out with Howard Stern?

Or should the high standards of Your Business Blogger — the morally virtuous — impose moral superiority on the gutter-mass-media-mouths?

Charmaine takes up these questions on FOX. She will be returning to Cavuto’s show on Your World with Cavuto, Friday (the 13th!) at 4 pm Eastern. On Fox News.

Charmaine, the weather vane, will point us in the right direction in these times of confused moral compass headings.


Tune in and let us know what you think.


Thank you (foot)notes:

See Neil Cavuto’s bio at the jump.


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The Chronicle of Higher Education: NSFW

April 10, 2007 | By | 4 Comments


“Francis, Jamaica Plain, Mass.,” 1971 Your Business Blogger eagerly awaits each issue of The Chronicle of Higher Education. And not just for the articles…

Most every issue has nude photos of women (art, of course) that is Not Safe for Work.

Not family friendly. View and get fired.

Unless you are self-employed — or in the academy where no professor is ever terminated for sex offenses including seducing co-eds (whether by grades or degrees). (Although Professor Leacher does sometimes get caught.)

Alert Readers will remember the, well, uninhibited, photo shoots of Professor Diana York Blaine. NSFW.

Not family friendly.

But times might be changing even if The Chronicle doesn’t. Charmaine et. al. recently spoke at Princeton University where the faculty were most proud of recent human resource changes to encourage parents with children.

To be more family friendly. Princeton should be proud.

Princeton is on the right (tenure) track.


Thank you (foot)notes:

Be sure to see academic marketing from Princeton University Press.

Full Disclosure: Charmaine’s dissertation was on family leave policies and tenure in academia. More at the jump.

Photos by Henry Horenstein in the article Family on Film, April 6, 2007, B19. The photos are of “…[M]y people…I grew up with as a kid… and met along the way…while making that awkward transition from adolescence to adulthood.” The relationship with the nude woman is not described. And I really don’t want to know the details.

Although it is surely a topic of academic discussion.

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Two Women; One Point of View

June 29, 2006 | By | One Comment

Jack writes,

So I ask Charmaine, isn’t Britney Spears a God-fearing Jesus-loving celebrity superstar? Or is it Christina Aguilera?

“Britney Spears,” says Charmaine, who knows all things cultural. Charmaine has the female X-chromosome, which, as scientists have proven, is absorbed from the inner pages of People Magazine. “She is oh-so spiritual,” she says.

Not Christina Aguilera?


“I don’t think so,” says Charmaine.


Christina Aguilera

“Christina, Britney — How would you know the difference?” I ask.

Charmaine says, “Britney is pregnant…”

“…And bare(foot) — just the way I like ‘em.”

Charmaine doesn’t laugh.

Britney, the church-going-girl might be making money, but she’s not making a difference.

“So, there’s no ‘Christ’ in Christina?” I ask.

Charmaine still doesn’t laugh, “You’re still not funny.”

But she gives a thin smile.

I reply, even as my my extra Y-Chromosome rebels, “Yes dear.”


Thank you (foot)notes:

Britney linked by link in Human Events.

Basil’s Blog has a picnic.

Cross Post from Jack Yoest.

Higher Misbehaving

May 17, 2006 | By | No Comments

Cross post from Jack Yoest. He’s got the uncensored, unedited version.

May not be safe for work. Following pictures are from institutions of higher learning. Your boss may be a knave who wouldn’t understand.


Professor Diana York Blaine Ms. Mentor has a column in The Chronicle of Higher Education. Where she recently asked,

All right, Ms. Mentor will admit it: Many professors do behave weirdly.

I suppose. But let’s not step on on Dr. Diana York Blaine’s first amendment freedoms. Professor Blaine “teaches” women’s studies at the University of Southern California. She knows oppression when she sees it. And free expression.

She burns her bras, too. Part of her syllabus, I think.


“Art” in The Chronicle

courtesy of Edouard Duval Carrie And here is the latest from The Chronicle. Nekked women everywhere!

Ah, yes, you say, but this is art. My 12 year-old Dreamer could do better. But she’s not from the third world.

Anyway, I think the “art” is included to titillate the professors. Like the ones a-seducing Naomi Wolf wanna-bes.

And there’s more. Not just the nudie pictures. The academy is misbehaving.

On May 12, 2006, The Chronicle reports in The 7 Deadly Sins of Professors,

Lust: Affairs and adultery happen …Apparently, there are some professors who pursue students in a sexual way…

And this is bad. Not because it is wrong. Not because women are violated.

Nope. The Chronicle says that Lust is a sin because,

…the hostilities linger longer.

Professors are such a pragmatic bunch.

Ms. Mentor continues, “But who shows academics how to behave properly?”

It sounds like the professors needed parents who would do some paddling.

Or a lawsuit would do. Professor R. Igor Gamow was actually fired by the University of Colorado for “moral turpitude.” For raping a Dana Ruehlman. She got a huge cash award.

But the court case is confusing. To normal non-academics, at least. She was raped some 80 times between 1995 and 1998.

Sex 80 times.

Every other week for three years Dana and Igor made whoopi. It was not reported what locations they favored.

Or if Dana may had driven by a police station for a tryst with the monsterous rapist Igor. The horror! The trauma! The academy.

So they had sex 80 times. She gets $285,000. And here we are. The University is merely a pimp supported by taxpayers.

That fired the john.

Your tuition dollars at work.


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Thank you (foot)notes:

Outside The Beltway was Your Business Blogger’s first exposure.

Basil’s Blog has a picnic.

Pin-Up Grrrls at The Chronicle of Higher Education

May 3, 2006 | By | No Comments

Cross Post from Jack Yoest. Who has the Pin-Up pic.


Pin-up Grrrs

Feminism, Sexuality,

Popular Culture The Grey Lady of the Academy isn’t gray but does have ladies.

Or at least girls. I mean, grrrls. New, creative writing. So hip! So groovey! Valley Girl spelling for the dirty old male professors. Tired of Playboy and Hustler. Moving up to cultural raunch.

But there is more to the pictures than mere prurient interest. There’s a book. By an academic. A Bitch, Ph.D. wannabe, Maria Elena Buszek. Her scholarly book has 464 pages. (Whatever.) And 103 photographs. (Now you’re talking.) Including 9 pictures, NINE! IN COLOR!! (Hot D*M!)

The book is described as a,

brilliantly vibrant debut book, [where] Maria Elena Buszek gives a lucid, rich, and thorough account of … history in which women employ the power of erotic imagery to celebrate themselves.

So. Patriots celebrate the 4th of July. Catholics celebrate Mass. Feminists celebrate… themselves.

Truth from The Chronicle of Higher Education. Your tuition dollars at work.


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