BlackRock has been a leader in woke ESG (Environment, Social Governance) investing for years. They’ll scold American companies for failing to live up to woke standards while, at the same time, dumping billions into China, one of the world’s largest abusers of human rights.
Unsurprisingly, a new poll from Brunswick Insights revealed that a majority of American consumers want businesses to focus on business, rather than evangelizing woke policies.
The Salvation Army announced on Thanksgiving that it would be removing its Critical Race Theory training after news broke that the organization had instructed white members to seek repentance for their racism.
The top financial officers from 15 states sent a letter notifying banks that they will pull upwards of $600 billion in state funds if the banks continue their “economic boycott” of the fossil fuel industry.
It is in the best interest of all Americans to get as much out of their retirement plans as possible. Eliminating political virtue signaling from investment decision-making is the best way to do it.
ESG is the hottest trend in investing, but who is really driving this?
Here We Go: Ohio Attorney General Sues Facebook for Securities Fraud, Alleging the Company Misled Investors
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced on Monday that he has filed a lawsuit against Facebook, claiming the company misled and deceived investors in an effort to boost the price of its stock.
The gun industry is experiencing something of a golden age. More than 8 million people became first-time gun owners in 2020 alone. Driving the increase are women, who purchased 40 percent of those weapons.
As Goldman has argued since August 2020, higher oil prices are justified by a strong demand recovery in the face of a slow supply response.
The question of what to do about the hard-left turn taken by so many of the country’s biggest corporations has bedeviled the center right in recent years.
In Response To Soaring Gas Prices, Biden Orders FTC To “Immediately” Probe “Illegal Conduct” By Oil & Gas Companies
Commenting on perhaps the most absurd moment of the Xi-Biden virtual summit, which as we learned last last night, was the US president begging China to release oil from its strategic petroleum reserve (ostensibly because due to opposition by Democrats in the US such as top House Democrat Steny Hoyer, Biden can't do that), Rabobank's Michael Every said that it was "an odd power dynamic when one is a massive energy exporter, and the other a massive energy importer."
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) asked a federal judge on Nov. 15 to give it until the year 2076 to fully release the documents in its possession tied to the approval of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.
Megan Rapinoe, a professional soccer player turned sandwich spokeswoman, smeared America’s history as “gross” and urged her fellow white Americans to step back to allow people of other races to be leaders.
A federal judge on Monday issued a nationwide injunction on President Joe Biden’s executive order to halt oil and gas operations on all federal lands in the name of fighting so-called climate change.
It would be an understatement to say that former President Donald Trump changed the Republican Party. Whatever one’s view of Trump, most observers can agree that Trump forced a break-up between the GOP and big business.