Why stop at the Cleveland Indians or Texas Rangers? When you think about it, every single team name in Major League Baseball is irredeemably offensive.
In the face of asymmetric intolerance, such as communist China’s bully tactics, corporations rationally take the path of least resistance and slide into corporate leftism.
CNN and AT&T have learned expensive lessons about bias that the rest of corporate America would be wise to heed.
Does a spotaneous market include woke capital, offshoring, and the growing corporatist alliance between big government and big business? George Will thinks so.
Chick-fil-A has betrayed its mission with its dollars and cowardice. Christians need to send a message loud and clear because apparently CFA’s president really likes clarity.
As Chick-fil-A expands internationally, a company executive said charitable giving to Christian organizations was inhibiting the chain’s growth.
Netflix, a company that was happy to jump on the bandwagon and threaten a departure from Georgia over pro-life legislation, censored its political content at the request of a dictator.
Disney CEO Bob Iger is willing to weigh in on all sorts of political issues — just so long as none of them might get China’s feathers ruffled.
The longer businesses in the West remain wedded to Chinese profits and Chinese money, the stronger the Chinese Communist Party will grow, at our long-term expense.
The NBA’s embrace of Chinese censorship is understandably drawing comparisons to the NFL’s debacle with Colin Kaepernick, but such comparisons are unfair because what the NBA is doing is much worse for two reasons.
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