Tag: Free Enterprise Project Commentaries

Perhaps A ‘70s Redux Is Our Best Hope

Perhaps A ‘70s Redux Is Our Best Hope

Things really are starting to look grim. Not too long ago, we had worried that the “Biden” Administration would be a Carter reprise. Now we can only hope. The obvious sign that we’re returning to the age of bellbottoms and ...
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Corporate Political Stances Rarely Lift Returns of the Owners

Corporate Political Stances Rarely Lift Returns of the Owners

The question of what to do about the hard-left turn taken by so many of the country’s biggest corporations has bedeviled the center right in recent years. What is often termed “Conservative, Inc.,” or the beltway-brand of conservative opinion makers ...
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Deconstructing Brian Moynihan

Deconstructing Brian Moynihan

Bank of America (BoA) CEO Brian Moynihan: insufferable, delusional, fraudulent. I have made the case for those conclusions on various grounds on these pages before, but today you can decide for yourself by watching the man’s performance here. I urge you ...
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Is Our CEOs Learning?

Is Our CEOs Learning?

No, that headline is not a typo. It’s a callback to the days early in the century when we on the right spent a lot of time defending a president whose facility with the English language was, on the most generous ...
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Larry Fink Reveals The Unfixable Corruption Of ESG

Larry Fink Reveals The Unfixable Corruption Of ESG

Recent pronouncements by Larry Fink, the CEO of BlackRock, have demonstrated that the ESG push is hopelessly and irretrievably conflicted in ways that conservatives and libertarians must fight. That’s not what he meant to convey, of course. What he meant ...
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Long-Term Portfolio Protection? Run For School Board

Long-Term Portfolio Protection? Run For School Board

As we have often considered here, it is the left’s long march through the institutions that is destroying the Republic. Toxic, explicitly Marxist enormities have been worked into and preached from an ever-larger array of the institutions of our cultural life ...
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Long-Term Portfolio Protection? Run For School Board

Long-Term Portfolio Protection? Run For School Board

As we have often considered here, it is the left’s long march through the institutions that is destroying the Republic. Toxic, explicitly Marxist enormities have been worked into and preached from an ever-larger array of the institutions of our cultural life ...
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$3.5 Trillion? $5.5? $1.5? At Any Cost, Biden’s Stealth-Socialism Bill Must Fail

$3.5 Trillion? $5.5? $1.5? At Any Cost, Biden’s Stealth-Socialism Bill Must Fail

Now is the time, conservatives, to remember – and to remind others of, as relevant – Marjorie Margolies-Mezvinsky. Ms. Margolies-Mezvinsky (or, perhaps, 3M for ease) was a freshman congresswoman from the collar counties around Philadelphia when in 1992 she won ...
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New Rubio Bill First Volley In War Against Lawless Corporate Execs

New Rubio Bill First Volley In War Against Lawless Corporate Execs

Legislation introduced by Senator Marco Rubio last week marks the first shot by conservatives in the incipient legislative war against woke corporate executives bent on using other people’s investments to instantiate themselves as unelected, unappointed policy czars. The legislation, the ...
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Pfizer “Wins” Discrimination Trifecta

Pfizer “Wins” Discrimination Trifecta

Pfizer – the drug company that produces one of the three COVID vaccines that the Biden Administration has now declared mandatory for millions – turns out to be a den of discrimination deserving loud condemnation, not government-mandated access to Americans’ ...
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