Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Woke Capitalism Revs Into High Gear: 90 CEOs Gather to Fight ‘Undemocratic’ Voter Integrity Laws

Nearly 100 of America’s top corporate leaders and CEOs gathered both in-person and virtually on Saturday to strategize ways to combat new election integrity laws like Georgia’s H.B. 531. Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, a Yale University management professor who helped organize the meeting, framed it as a response to threats of reprisals after Georgia-based companies like Delta Air Lines, Coca-Cola, and Aflac Insurance condemned the Georgia bill. He called election integrity measures “anti-undemocratic.”

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Woke Capital: A Moral Issue, First and Foremost

Last weekend, my publisher, Roger Kimball, wrote two pieces, both of which were of considerable interest to me. The first was of interest for the most basic reason of all, vanity. At American Greatness, in an essay titled “The Appeal of the New Totalitarians,” Kimball wrote: The cultural critic Stephen Soukup has anatomized the phenomenon in a new book that we just published at Encounter called The Dictatorship of Woke Capital: How Political Correctness Captured Big Business.

Friday, April 2, 2021

The Reconstruction of Georgia, Redux

For several years now, Georgia – or at least parts of it – has been under the control of occupying forces. The enemy power, a corrupt and lawless, autocratic authority, rolled into Georgia long ago and has since refused to leave, choosing instead to exert its influence to dominate the political establishment and thus to deny the people of Georgia their God-given and internationally recognized right to self-determination.