Tag: Free Enterprise Project Commentaries

Warning From A Cancel Culture Cassandra

Warning From A Cancel Culture Cassandra

Modern traditional and social media, in all of their multiplying and increasingly malevolent forms, provide replete evidence of our collective failure in recent decades to raise children properly. The end of scoring and the efflorescence of “everybody’s awesome” trophies that ...
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Corporations Killing Their Customers – Literally

Corporations Killing Their Customers – Literally

Why do so many American companies support the extermination of millions of potential future customers? It’s a question that the media really needs to start asking corporate executives. After all, more than three dozen major American businesses fund Planned Parenthood ...
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In Apple Case, Feds Green-Light Corporate Discrimination Against Conservatives

In Apple Case, Feds Green-Light Corporate Discrimination Against Conservatives

It’s time for Congress to take notice of the role the SEC plays in shaping corporate proxy ballots — and how that process is empowering corporate America’s march to the left.  It’s 2020, and the federal government just sanctioned corporate ...
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When The Bully Controls The Search Engine

When The Bully Controls The Search Engine

Following President Donald Trump’s election in 2016, employees and management at Google gathered together for a community discussion. What transpired was wailing, gnashing of teeth, and a collective disbelief that Trump had won. These Silicon Valley elites weren’t just upset ...
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Covington Settlement Warns Corporations That Bias Can Cost Big Bucks

Covington Settlement Warns Corporations That Bias Can Cost Big Bucks

CNN and AT&T have learned expensive lessons about bias that the rest of corporate America would be wise to heed. The dangers of closed viewpoints and political partisanship are becoming costly realities for American corporations. CNN and AT&T have learned ...
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Conservatives Should Use The Left’s Playbook To Change Corporate Culture

Conservatives Should Use The Left’s Playbook To Change Corporate Culture

Far-left activists use corporate pressure as a means to achieve change because they understand one concept very well: You don’t need to change a law to change the culture. Walmart CEO Doug McMillon’s announcement last week that the company would ...
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Business Roundtable Becomes One Bloated Bullseye

Business Roundtable Becomes One Bloated Bullseye

King Arthur set up his legendary roundtable in a circle to show his comrades they were at a table of equals. Breaking from the mold of an all-powerful king with subjugated servants, there was no “head” of the roundtable. Last ...
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I Was Called A KKK Member For Asking Amazon To Support Ideological Diversity

I Was Called A KKK Member For Asking Amazon To Support Ideological Diversity

What do the terms Klan member, racist, and book burner all have in common? They were all charges leveled at me during Amazon’s annual meeting of shareholders held recently in Seattle. What did I do to warrant such vitriol? I proposed ...
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Oh, How They All Hate Howard

Oh, How They All Hate Howard

On April 4, Fox News hosted a heavily hyped town hall event with former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz. Even though he was born and raised in New York City, Schultz’s path to the Fox News studios in Manhattan has been ...
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Apple Isn't So Interested In Diversity After All

Apple Isn’t So Interested In Diversity After All

In a recent federal filing before the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, lawyers for Apple (AAPL) maintained that the tech giant should not have to consider increasing its leadership's ideological diversity and that arguments made in support of greater viewpoint variance ...
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