HRC LYING ABOUT CORPORATE SUPPORT FOR SO-CALLED “EQUALITY ACT”
“The Human Rights Campaign and the other groups that pretend that general endorsements of ‘equality’ are instead corporate demands to destroy ancient liberties and recently-won freedoms for girls and women to compete successfully in athletic competition are simply lying,” added FEP Deputy Director Scott Shepard. READ MORE
TWITTER PROMISES MORE TRANSPARENCY WHEN CENSORING CONSERVATIVES
There’s no question that Jack and Twitter discriminate massively and constantly against conservatives and libertarians, and did so even in the manipulation of our question. This renders Jack’s falsehoods about nondiscrimination the most patent and embarrassing sort of nonsense. READ MORE
BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE CHAIRMAN CONFIRMS: CONTROVERSIAL ROUNDTABLE STATEMENT CHANGES NOTHING
Two years after the Business Roundtable (BRT) adopted its controversial “Statement on the Purpose of a Corporation,” BRT Chairman Doug McMillon affirmed to us that he understood the Statement to merely outline good business practices rather than establish new standards of stakeholder primacy. READ MORE
COMCAST CEO CONFIRMS LACK OF OVERSIGHT OF NBC, MSNBC, OTHER COMCAST NEWS PROPERTIES
Comcast CEO Brian L. Roberts explicitly stated that Comcast does not supervise its “news” properties, including NBC and MSNBC. But given those outlets’ appalling track records of error and of failure to achieve even the most basic standards of journalistic integrity, this amounts to an admission that Comcast has abandoned its fiduciary duty to its shareholders. READ MORE
BLACKROCK DEFENDS BURDENING OTHER COMPANIES WITH RISKS AND COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH ESG GOALS
Fink asserted a number of times during the BlackRock shareholder meeting that the company’s ESG decisions are driven by investors and by objective research. But BlackRock only allows investors to “drive” in the direction that Fink wants to go. He offers ESG funds and then votes the proxies of those investors in ways that force companies to adopt Fink’s personal policy preferences – dressed up as ESG. READ MORE
ANGRY AT LEFT-WING CORPORATE LEADERS? HERE’S HOW TO “VOTE THE BUMS OUT”
The FEP published a key report that encourages investors to voice their displeasure with censorship and “woke capitalism” by voting against key board members at annual shareholder meetings.
“Balancing the Boardroom: How Conservatives Can Combat Corporate Wokeness” highlights both individual directors and entire boards of directors who are actively working against American freedoms and values. It also dives deeply into disturbing corporate trends, including Big Tech censorship of center/right voices, widespread refusal to hire former Trump Administration employees and corporate support for extremist groups such as the Human Rights Campaign and the Southern Poverty Law Center. READ MORE
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