The left plays the activist card as if its members are the outsiders, when in reality it controls most of the commanding institutions of our culture.
Top sponsors of the 2022 Beijing Olympics refuse to condemn China for committing genocide against the Uyghur Muslims in East Turkistan.
Marking the depravity of our times, a New York Times columnist recently urged the rich to subvert democracy in an effort to protect abortion on demand.
As Disney profits from racial genocide in China, the family entertainment company fixates on race and ‘white fragility’ among its stateside employees.
A spokeswoman for Staples refuses to say whether the company respects law enforcement guarding the arena where NBA Star LeBron James plays.
Staples and its affiliated arena in Los Angeles that hosts the Lakers have been silent on LeBron James’ outrageous tweets threatening a police officer.
The Hollywood Foreign Press, who runs the Golden Globes, fired a board member over his sharing of an article calling out the hypocrisy of BLM.
If GOP leaders aren’t willing to take on the left and wade into the culture wars, then conservatives should have no use for them.
United Airlines is yet another company that contradicts itself by opposing the Georgia election bill signed by Republican Gov. Brian Kemp.
After a popular shaving company pulled their ads from a Daily Wire show, media outlet is planning to launch their own direct-to-consumer men’s grooming line.
The left’s growing cultural power among corporations will pose a challenge for future Republican hopefuls with a business background.
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.
The normalization of hyper-victimization has made participation in any civic activity tied to identity politics a minefield of potential affronts that few can navigate.
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.
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