People who don't want to support left-leaning businesses, support conservative values, or stay away from politics are finding new businesses in a lot of different places.
Some of the biggest corporations in the country have taken liberal positions on sensitive issues and treated religious and conservative customers badly. Conservative businesspeople are fighting against left-wing businesses and changing culture through their companies.
Just little bit of money New Founding makes a list of businesses that care about the world and connects conservative investors with projects that share their values. Matthew Peterson says that the goal of New Founding is to bring together investors and businesses that share his political views in a more direct way.
Peterson told the DCNF that social conservatives hate the hookup culture and the uncanny ability to put off or skip marriage. However, when several new dating apps came out that were meant to speed up the process of getting married, conservatives were unable to support them as a subculture or business opportunity. New Founding builds a network of investors and businesspeople who have the same beliefs as it does in order to promote products that care about culture.
“Why isn’t there a pro-family angle that businesses are selling with the same level of urgency that they’re selling climate change. That’s winning to me. Winning would mean we’d be talking about the family crisis,” Peterson remarked.
The environmental and social governance (ESG) movement lets big investment companies force other businesses to work toward climate and social justice goals, even if it hurts their bottom line. 19 state attorneys general asked three major financial organizations how they can keep their fiduciary duties to investors while also pursuing social and environmental goals. ESG has started a corporate war on the fossil fuels sector.
Strive Asset Management says it won't mix business and politics and will put its clients' needs before social and environmental issues.
The U.S. Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas asked U.S. publicly traded oil producers what was restraining growth in production despite high gas prices.
A staggering *60%* cited “investor pressure” in their responses.
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After GoFundMe, the most popular crowdsourcing site, took down causes like the COVID-19 protest by Canadian truckers and Kyle Rittenhouse's legal defense fund, conservatives started to support another company. Conservatives who don't like GoFundMe are turning more and more to GiveSendGo, a Christian nonprofit.
The Daily Wire, a news site that leans to the right and also sells movies, TV shows for kids, and razors, was valued at $150 million in April. The business on the right offers itself as an alternative to its competitors on the left.
"Stop giving money to corporations that hate you. Give it to me instead," says the project page for Jeremy's Razors on The Daily Wire. The Daily Wire and Harry's, a razor company that used to support the publication but now criticizes it for questioning gender norms, got into a fight, which led to the creation of Jeremy's Razors.
Peterson thinks that this new economy shouldn't become "anti-woke." Instead, it should focus on family and community, he says. "This change must affect business and culture at the same time… It's about daring other people to think this way and showing them that it can be done. He told the DCNF that it goes beyond many of the fake and act-like parts of partisan politics.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on WND.