The Ruth Institute: The Sexual Revolution’s Rotten FruitMay 18, 2023
Fr. Alex Zenthoefer: (Free)Masons and the Catholic ChurchMay 18, 2023
By Suzanne Bowdey, Daily Signal, May 17, 2023
Suzanne Bowdey is editorial director and senior writer at The Washington Stand.
This article originally appeared in The Washington Stand.
While major banks downgrade Anheuser-Busch’s stock and Bud Light becomes a corporate punch line, a quartet of CEOs seems all too happy to join them. As the beer company implodes under the weight of a national boycott, its cautionary tale seems lost on four companies who’ve decided to follow transgender advocacy straight to financial insolvency. Who are the brands foolish enough to ride Bud Light’s tattered coattails?
One of the first companies to stick out their necks for the LGBT agenda, Target was woke before woke was a word. So, it shouldn’t surprise anyone that the chain that introduced a controversial line of “Love Is Love” shirts way back in 2012 was ready to board the transgender train. Back then, retail analyst Britt Beemer warned that the Target strategy isn’t “very smart,” especially in conservative states, where it does the biggest business. “Anytime a retailer gets away from doing what they should be doing by being involved in a social cause, [they lose].” …