Free Enterprise Project August Newsletter

Welcome to the FEP August Newsletter 
FEP has been a leading voice for the conservative investor on a divergent range of topics including health care, immigration, gun rights, energy, taxes, subsidies, regulations, religious freedom, food policies, media bias, gun rights, federalism, corporate free speech, ideological diversity, voter integrity, freedom of conscience, property rights, workers’ rights, and other important public policy issues.

Cancel Culture Comes for Your Retirement

The Labor Department just did something extraordinary.
It spoke truth in a time of great untruth.

When so many in politics, academia, the media, and – increasingly – business are telling wild falsehoods, Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia emerged as one of the few remaining honest brokers in public life.
As stated in its press release, FEP submitted a public comment supporting a proposed U.S. Department of Labor rule seeking to correct the risky nature of environmental, social and governance (ESG) investment.

Americans say social media too powerfulPrager University, a nonprofit run by radio talk show host Dennis Prager, has sued Google-owned YouTube, claiming the media company illegally censors conservative content.

“When social media overlords such as Jack Dorsey, Sundar Pichai, and Mark Zuckerberg decide what the truth is, and in so doing regularly label conservative opinion as untruth, it’s not surprising that more than 80 percent of conservatives believe they wield too much power,” FEP’s Justin Danhof told Fox News.

Corporations blasted for supporting Black Lives Matter

Media Giant Netflix Called “Two-Faced” For Threatening Boycotts Over American Pro-Life Legislation While Silently Operating In Regions Like Egypt That Ban Abortion
“If they do know the full story of Black Lives Matter, and still support the Communist-inspired agitators, that’s even more abhorrent,”  Justin Danhof stated at Netflix’s annual shareholder meeting. 

Mastercard is unable to defend its support for Marxist Group “Black Lives Matter” 
“Americans from all backgrounds recoil at the brutal death of George Floyd. But that outrage doesn’t justify promoting radical groups like Black Lives Matter,” said Horace Cooper, co-chairman of the Project 21 black leadership network at the National Center for Public Policy Research.

Some of America’s largest corporations have pledged or donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to the main Black Lives Matter organization, founded by “trained Marxists,” that calls for replacing the nuclear family with a “village.”
FEP plans to hold these 18 corporations accountable for supporting Black Lives Matter.
The Proxy Voting War Is One That The Right Needs to Engage In
“I, for one, will keep fighting.” – Justin Danhof
CEOs Need To Focus On Rebuilding Shareholder Value, Not Rebranding The Redskins
We are seeing beloved sports teams being forced to change their names against the will of Americans generally and Native Americans specifically, at the demand of parties who are ignoring their duty to run their businesses for the benefit of shareholders, at the behest (or with the connivance) of a relatively small cadre of activists.
FEP Deputy Director Scott Shepard discussed this trend in his weekly Townhall Finance column.
Justin was a guest on GunFreedomRadio where he discussed FEP’s efforts to protect your 2nd Amendment right to keep and bear arms.

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