Republican senators introduced legislation to revoke antitrust protections for Major League Baseball after the league launched a boycott of Georgia.
The modern democracy desired by Saturday’s participants is one our corporate and ivory tower overlords control, rather than the peons in red states.
Major corporations, which fed hysteria over mild election reforms in Georgia with boycotts, have gone silent on California legislators in pursuit of actual voter intimidation.
Many Americans don’t see the erosion of liberties as major threats because they’re coming from corporate, not government.
‘It wasn’t coming from the fans. It was coming from people who want to use corporations to achieve culture war victories that they can’t do via government or the courts,’ Domenech said.
Biden continues to float “Jim Crow” around, dangling it before seething and corrupt media, but the comparison to Georgia’s election law doesn’t stand.
While application OfferUp virtue-signals about election security after the Georgia bill fallout, it also requires users to pass ID verification.
Almost 70 percent of respondents agreed that “corporations and sports teams should generally stay out of politics.”
A national small business advocacy organization sent a letter to Major League Baseball (MLB) Wednesday condemning the group’s move from Atlanta to Denver.
The Georgia example is instructive in illustrating exactly how much of our conflict is downstream of the broken media.
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.
Commissioner Rob Manfred’s power trip is an attack on the average baseball fan who simply wants to enjoy America’s pastime and be left alone.
Biden issued numerous falsehoods about the Georgia voting law, but like the rest of the corporate world, MLB fell in line to avoid being falsely tagged as racist.
Fay Vincent wrote, ‘The American people view baseball as a public trust. They want the game to stand for the best and noblest of our national virtues.’
Biden’s tune changed on Tuesday when he warned that a mass exodus of businesses from the state could hurt “the people who need the help the most.”
It is not the 1980s, and the sun is not shining down in Washington. It is time to fight like your country depends on it — because it does.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki attempted to wash the administration’s hands of the MLB’s decision, after Biden said he supported it.
United Airlines is yet another company that contradicts itself by opposing the Georgia election bill signed by Republican Gov. Brian Kemp.
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