Tag: Free Enterprise Project Commentaries

Stakeholder Capitalism, Or “Everyone! Come Sue My Company”

Stakeholder Capitalism, Or “Everyone! Come Sue My Company”

The further stakeholder-capitalism theory gets from academia – where even the notion of free inquiry and dissent terrifies today’s permatoddlers and their rancorous minders, and so where its flaws lay unexplored – the clearer becomes its incoherence, and its unexpected ...
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As Lockdowns End, Either Woke Recedes Or Freedom Does

As Lockdowns End, Either Woke Recedes Or Freedom Does

The woke model of governance and society is about to face its first open-world test. Last fall I wrote a piece identifying the current woke furor as a moral panic, particularly its uber-racist “anti-racism” and transparently mendacious “equity” strands. We’ve had ...
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Government-Worker Unions: A Conspiracy Against Free Society

Government-Worker Unions: A Conspiracy Against Free Society

Government-worker unions strive to fleece the public while maximizing government control of people’s lives. They are a cancer. Private-industry unions are industry- and community-destroying machines. Since I made this case in this space a few weeks back, more evidence has arisen ...
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Upset About Disney Cancel Culture? Buy Disney Stock!

Upset About Disney Cancel Culture? Buy Disney Stock!

If you’re reading this, Disney probably hates you and wishes you either silenced or destroyed. That’s not hyperbole. It’s the only coherent way to interpret the comments of Bob Chapek, the new CEO of the Walt Disney Company, at its ...
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BoA Moynihan’s “Shareholder Capitalism” Metrics Reveal The Ruse

BoA Moynihan’s “Shareholder Capitalism” Metrics Reveal The Ruse

There has been considerable discussion in this space about the fundamental incoherence and fraudulence of the “stakeholder capitalism” theory. Today I offer some additional proof arising from the very metrics touted as the way to measure the theory in action ...
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“Multiracial Whiteness” Gives The Game Away -- Why Are Corporations Still Playing?

“Multiracial Whiteness” Gives The Game Away — Why Are Corporations Still Playing?

Just as the new administration was installed, the latest idea burst from the fetid corner of the academy whence so much modern evil springs: “multiracial whiteness.” The concept gives the game away. The woke project is not about race; it ...
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Vote the Corporate Bums Out

Vote the Corporate Bums Out

After being disappeared, the social media platform Parler found its way back to the Internet two weeks ago. It was an arduous journey that shows how widespread the left’s desire is to cancel conservative organizations, people, speech, and ideas. In ...
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With The Left Set To Fleece Woke Billionaires, The Right Should Help Them Focus

With The Left Set To Fleece Woke Billionaires, The Right Should Help Them Focus

Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates are learning a vital lesson up in Washington State: bowing to the demands of those who want to destroy you doesn’t appease them. It encourages them. We on the right should not impede their learning ...
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America Can’t Grow Unless We Say Union No

America Can’t Grow Unless We Say Union No

A buddy reminded me recently of a common ad from our youth, the jingle of which proclaimed “America works best when we saaaaay union yes!” It was one of those breezy little lies that made us Gen Xers so skeptical ...
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The Preposterous Pose Of Mr. Larry Fink

The Preposterous Pose Of Mr. Larry Fink

Larry Fink, the CEO of BlackRock, thinks very highly of himself. So highly that he expects the whole of the American corporate world – and, derivatively, you personally – to bow down before him. The super-fun kicker? The great height ...
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