So Many “Targets”; So Little Time

2023 May 30
by bc3b

We are two days from being bombarded by governmental and corporate pride celebrations. The government will be flying rainbow flags, even in countries where the LGBTQ+++ movement isn’t welcome. Companies will be twisting like pretzels to demonstrate how woke they are as they redesign their logos in rainbow hues.

Meanwhile the Bud Light boycott shows no sign of letting up. Over the Memorial Day Weekend, Anheuser Busch was virtually trying to give its beer away with rebates that were sometimes greater than the cost of a case of Budweiser or Bud Light.


However, AB Inbev apparently hasn’t learned much from its >$10-billion loss in market cap. Bud Light has been announced as a sponsor of the Cincinnati LGBTQ++ parade along with Planned Parenthood and the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, which promotes gender affirming procedures.

Over the weekend more news about Target’s ties to the LGBTQ++ movement became known.

A Target Corporation senior executive in the marketing department maintains a position with a controversial K-12 advocacy organization called GLSEN – Target’s Pride Month partner – which is focused on integrating gender ideology at all levels of K-12 schools, from curriculum to district policy.

Carlos Saavedra is a vice president of brand marketing at Target and a treasurer at GLSEN. GLSEN focuses on getting districts to adopt policies that will keep parents in the dark on their child’s in-school gender transition, providing sexually explicit books to schools for free, and integrating gender ideology at all levels of curriculum in public schools.

Target and Saavedra did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

And a new “target” appeared on the horizon – Kohl’s. It seems Kohl’s is promoting “onesies” for children as young as three-months.
“Normal” people are finally standing up to woke corporations who are using their profits to undermine working class Americans. Hopefully, this trend will not only continue, but grow.
Hat tip: Fox News

Remembering Those Who Died for Our Freedom

2023 May 28
by bc3b

Will the US Ever Have a Free and Fair Election Again?

2023 May 25
by bc3b

Will the CIA, FBI and DNS permit it?

Former Deputy National Security Advisor K.T. McFarland doubts it:

Rewind to 0:00. For some reason this clip wants to start at the 7:50 mark.

In 2020 accusations against Donald Trump and claims by former intelligence agency personnel determined the outcome of the election.

Hat tip: Redacted

Reparations Rearing It’s Ugly Head

2023 May 22
by bc3b

Numerous Democrats Join Rep. Cori Bush in Demanding $14 Trillion Reparations

“When a Fox News Digital reporter asked where the federal money would come from for the massive proposal, Bush said they were still hashing out the details.”

The reparations panel in California is now recommending up to $1.2 million per resident, but Democrat Rep. Cori Bush of Missouri clearly thinks that’s not nearly enough.

She wants a cool $14 trillion in reparations payments. That’s more than half of the U.S. GDP.

ABC News reports:

Rep. Cori Bush says $14 trillion reparations bill will ‘eliminate the racial wealth gap’

For the first time, the extensive history of the enslavement of Africans, post-Jim Crow discrimination and other racially charged subjects has been entered into the congressional record — and repairing the lasting damage these institutions caused will have a hefty price tag, according to one Democratic lawmaker.

In 23-page legislation introduced Thursday, Rep. Cori Bush, D-Mo., called on Congress to adopt several measures aimed at righting historic wrongs, including urging the federal government to issue federal reparations to Black Americans and other reparatory justice efforts. A minimum of $14 trillion would be needed “to eliminate the racial wealth gap that currently exists between Black and White Americans,” the resolution argues.

“The United States has a moral and legal obligation to provide reparations for the enslavement of Africans and its lasting harm on the lives of millions of Black people in the United States,” H.R. 414 declares.

Based on a population of 330-million, Bush’s proposal would amount to a contribution of $42,424 for every man, woman and child in the country. That’s a lot of money for people who never had slaves to give to people who never were slaves.

Better suggestions would be to end black fatherless homes and getting a good education, which means “schools of choice.”

Hat tip: Legal Insurrection

Can the FBI Be Saved?

2023 May 18
by bc3b

Or has the cancer spread too far?

  • Pushing the Steele file when the Bureau knew it was false
  • Censoring communication on Twitter and other social media channels
  • Attempting to control social media channels
  • Persecuting parents who dare to speak up at school board meetings
  • Persecuting Catholics at the behest of a radical leftist organization
  • “Gestapo-like” arrests at 4 AM with heavily-armed jack-booted thugs
  • Entrapment activities (including January 6)
  • Ray Epps
  • Spying on innocent Americans
  • The raid on Mar-a-Logo
  • Andrew McCabe, Bill Priestap, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page
  • The list goes on

Your thoughts?

A tale of two FBI raids – Communist Party USA

Bud Light Proves We Can Fight Back

2023 May 14
by bc3b

Many US and global companies are pushing woke agendas in order of strengthen their ESG (Environment, Social, Social, Governance) scores spitting in the face of consumers and stockholders. ESG is being pushed by the elites (World Economic Forum, Black Rock, Vanguard and JP Morgan Chase). They affect companies’ ability to obtain financing and the rate at which they can obtain financing.

ESG scores have nothing to do with a company’s success or future growth potential. It is linked to the company’s adherence to woke ideology. It takes into account “stakeholders” rather than stockholders. “Stakeholders” are outside groups that have nothing to do with a company. “Stakeholders” could include activist groups like Black Lives Matter, radical environmentalist organizations or other left-wing groups.

The only way ordinary people and groups can fight back is financially. Some states (e.g., Texas) have stopped doing business with financial organizations like Black Rock and Vanguard who are trying to force their ideology on others. Another way to stop corporate domination is through boycotts.

The Bud Light boycott has been successful beyond anyone’s dream and it appears to be gaining strength.

Fall-out from Bud Light’s partnership with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney is now spilling over and negatively affecting other Anheuser-Busch brands.

Bud Light retail sales were down 23.4% when compared to data analysis of late April last year, according to a report.

Fresh data from Bump Williams Consulting and NielsenIQ now show sales of other brands under the Anheuser-Busch beer umbrella have begun to spiral downward.

“It’s not just a Bud Light issue,” Bump Williams, the data consultant chief executive, said. “It’s an Anheuser-Busch portfolio problem now.”

Budweiser sales dropped 11.4% during the week ending on April 29, while sales of Bud’s Michelob Ultra beer brand took a 4.4% hit.

Smaller Anheuser-Busch brands, Natural Light and Busch Light, were also down with 5.2% and 1.8% drops, respectively.

Total Anheuser-Busch beer volumes fell 12.5% in the month of April as brands such as Molson Coors and Constellation Brands capitalized with respective 7.6% and 3.8% increases, according to Beer Business Daily.

Among the United State’s top 10 beers year to date, Bud Light and Budweiser are the only two to experience sales drops.

Bud Light and Anheuser Busch Inbev will likely never fully recover:

  • Many former Bud Light drinkers have discovered a substitute that tastes better than Bud Light
  • The Bud Light brand has become a joke – and not a funny one
  • Beer drinkers are realizing that Bud Light and Budweiser are no longer American brands. They are owned by InBev, a Belgian company that has pushed its woke ideology on its American subsidiaries
  • The  appeal to traditional American values through the Clydesdales, red, white and blue banners and flags and the “great American spirit” isn’t going to have much of an impact any more

Question: how can this spread to companies that are bad or, in some cases, even worse: Target, Procter & Gamble, Kellogg’s to name but a few?

Hat tip: Washington Examiner

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