Last week, Politico’s popular “Playbook” newsletter produced a particularly telling example of Beltway subterfuge.
Behind the confetti-sprinkled ads, hundreds of corporations are throwing their support at canceling the First Amendment through the Equality Act.
Our republic has never been more hierarchical, more riven by class, more managed by an elite than it is today. That is corporate liberalism’s legacy. But it need not be our future.
Federalist Publisher Ben Domenech railed against corporate wokeism that was allowed to foster after years of Republicans protecting big business.
The modern democracy desired by Saturday’s participants is one our corporate and ivory tower overlords control, rather than the peons in red states.
Almost 70 percent of respondents agreed that “corporations and sports teams should generally stay out of politics.”
It’s long past time our elected politicians use the powers they have to protect their constituents from the powerful and wealthy private interests who have so casually set us in their sights.
Girls in South Dakota may have to wait for a leader who will resist woke corporate power, but all GOP politicians should learn from Gov. Kristi Noem’s failure.
I’ve been an Amazon user for about 15 years, and an addict since we became Prime members about three years ago. It’s been surprisingly easy to kick the habit.
Corporate elites are rendering everyday Americans powerless, colluding to enforce new, radical cultural norms by disempowering the working class to speak up.
Stephen R. Soukup’s ‘The Dictatorship of Woke Capital’ helps explain Wall Street and corporate CEOs becoming woke and dissing the system that made them rich.
American conservatives should not be cheering for concentrating power in the hands of a few, whether those few are politicians or business owners. Big business and big government always collude.
Joe Biden is and will continue to be a symbol of everything Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the ascendent squad detest about politics.
The resistance leader called on supporters to thank and amplify Republican voices who had ‘publicly acknowledged the victory and encouraged people to move on.’
The task for conservatives is to preserve family and social life against the various ‘Bigs’: Big Government, Big Tech, and Big Business.
Kamala Harris knows that big business and big government can get along quite well—there is money to be made off of big government, and big business is often best positioned to make it.
America is slowly waking up to China’s use of public opinion warfare, psychological warfare, and legal warfare to achieve victory where bombs and bullets would otherwise fail — but we’re losing, as many of our key institutions refuse to fight back.
Will woke capital protest CCP tyranny, or sit idly by in spite of its stated devotion to progressive principles in the service of all ‘stakeholders’?
There are reasons major companies got massive loans from the Senate’s ‘small business’ bailout while thousands of small businesses that applied immediately were told there was no money left.
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