In the podcast with Robert Stark, I said that the realignment of the electorate wasn’t complete yet and that it might take another one or two election cycles to tip the internal balance of power within the GOP on the economic policy agenda. We might get there sooner though.
“More than 100 corporate executives and leaders gathered on a zoom call Saturday to discuss ways to combat controversial voting bills that would restrict voting access that are being considered across the country, per the Washington Post.
Why it matters: American corporations flexed their advocacy muscles earlier this month when more than 100 companies signaled their opposition to Georgia’s new voting law, inciting the wrath of GOP leaders, including former President Donald Trump and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. …
Saturday’s call between company executives “shows they are not intimidated by the flack. They are not going to be cowed,” Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, a Yale management professor and one of the call’s organizers, told the Post. …“
This is great.
Populism has always been the enemy of the Money Power.
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Author: Hunter Wallace
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