Category: Free Enterprise Project

Corporations Back Discrimination In Supreme Court Case

Corporations Back Discrimination In Supreme Court Case

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In his latest commentary for Real Clear Markets, Free Enterprise Project Director Scott Shepard explains why corporations weighed in on the Supreme Court case on diversity-excused discrimination in university admissions. “Corporations claimed that universities must be permitted to discriminate on the basis of race ...
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Bob Iger Returns to Disney as CEO

Bob Iger Returns to Disney as CEO

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Free Enterprise Project Director Scott Shepard appears on NTD News to discuss Bob Iger's return to Disney as CEO and the woke agenda of the company. Watch the full interview below: ...
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SHEPARD: Twitter staff prove as its final act exactly why it must go

SHEPARD: Twitter staff prove as its final act exactly why it must go

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In his latest commentary for Real Clear Markets, Free Enterprise Project Director Scott Shepard writes about the layoffs at Twitter since Elon Musk's purchase of the company, how a similar wave of firings may follow at Facebook, and what it all means for woke ...
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PECK: Woke Capital Can't End Until Corporate Incest Does

PECK: Woke Capital Can’t End Until Corporate Incest Does

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In his recent column in Human Events, Free Enterprise Project associate Ethan Peck takes a deep dive on corporate incest and how it serves the woke industrial complex. "We’ve all seen how most major corporations – whether they make cars, sneakers, movies or coffee ...
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SHEPARD: BlackRock Fails to 'Set the Record Straight' On Its Energy Policy

SHEPARD: BlackRock Fails to ‘Set the Record Straight’ On Its Energy Policy

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In his latest commentary for Real Clear Markets, Free Enterprise Project Director Scott Shepard discusses BlackRock's weak attempt to repair its anti-fossil fuel reputation. "What BlackRock invests in all energy companies – even unreliable-energy companies – is irrelevant, because the objection is that BlackRock discriminates within the ...
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Red States Pull Funds from BlackRock over 'Woke Capitalism'

Red States Pull Funds from BlackRock over ‘Woke Capitalism’

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Free Enterprise Project director Scott Shepard joins Stella Escobedo on One America News Network to discuss the growing number of states pulling funds from BlackRock over ‘Woke’ ESG initiatives. Watch the full interview below: ...
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Missouri & Other States Pull Funds from BlackRock Over 'Woke' ESG Initiatives

Missouri & Other States Pull Funds from BlackRock Over ‘Woke’ ESG Initiatives

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Free Enterprise Project director Scott Shepard joins Jeff Crouere on Real America's Voice to discuss the growing number of states pulling funds from BlackRock over 'Woke' ESG initiatives. Watch the full interview below: ...
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FEP Weighs in On Missouri Pulling $500 Million from BlackRock Over ‘Woke’ ESG Initiatives

FEP Weighs in On Missouri Pulling $500 Million from BlackRock Over ‘Woke’ ESG Initiatives

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Missouri State Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick announced on Oct. 18th that the Missouri State Employees’ Retirement System would divest all public equities managed by BlackRock. Missouri is joining a growing number of states who have pulled their retirement systems’ funds from ...
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Abortion And Transgenderism Have Gnostic Roots

Abortion And Transgenderism Have Gnostic Roots

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In his recent column in Human Events, Free Enterprise Project associate Ethan Peck outlines how Gnosticism may explain the left's positions on transgenderism and abortion. "The central thesis of Gnosticism is that each individual is in possession of personal spiritual knowledge called 'gnosis' (in ...
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Hurricane Ian Proved That Apolitical Corporate Activism Is Possible

Hurricane Ian Proved That Apolitical Corporate Activism Is Possible

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In his latest commentary for Real Clear Markets, Free Enterprise Project Director Scott Shepard explains how the corporate response to Hurricane Ian showed that neutral, apolitical corporate activism is possible. "My guess is that the companies won’t see anyone at all protesting their actions ...
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