Target and Bud Light: Paying a Price for Woke Capitalism

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Friday, June 2

This week on Townhall Review – June 3, 2023 Joe Piscopo is joined by Mike Davis to discuss the Supreme Court's ruling against EPA overreach, potential regulatory implications, and the effect of Biden's judicial appointments on court balance. They highlight the need to protect citizens' rights and judicial integrity. Dennis Prager chats with Lorie Smith, owner of 303 Creative, and Kellie Fiedorek, government affairs director for Alliance Defending Freedom, to dig into Colorado's controversial law that could crack down on artistic freedom. As Smith's Supreme Court case looms, they highlight its potential impact on free speech, personal liberties, and government control. Hugh Hewitt and Mollie Hemingway, editor-in-chief at The Federalist, talk about the fallout from Bud Light's controversial actions. They explore the risks corporations face when adopting political stances in their marketing and the need for accountability in advertising strategies. Trish Regan reviews the big drops in Target's and Anheuser-Busch's stock prices, seeing consumer backlash against their radical strategies. Regan outlines how controversial socio-political stances can impact a company's financial performance and public image. Dennis Prager welcomes George Glider, author of the new book "Life After Capitalism: The Meaning of Wealth, the Future of the Economy, and the Time Theory of Money," to dive into American capitalism's transformation, the promise of an information economy, and the societal effects of secularism, reminding that innovation is one of our strong traditional values.