Should corporations and sports associations be able to threaten states financially if they don’t adhere to the social agenda of the corporation or sports association? These entities are increasingly jumping into the culture wars and using their financial clout to intimidate states into not passing laws they don’t like — especially laws that restrict the advancement of the homosexual/transgender issue.
Increasingly Christians need to be wary of where they spend their hard-earned money. This year is no different. Do you want your money to be used against you and your family by corporations supporting organizations that undermine your family and your beliefs? Check out these lists for those places that may say “Merry Christmas” as you walk in the door, but the rest of the year they partner with the Human Rights Campaign to devalue your family.
Increasingly we see corporations embrace liberal ideology. They have shown their disdain for religious freedom, natural marriage and real families. This Christmas season we have an opportunity to send them a message!
One week ago today freedom of religion was reinforced in Indiana, but now the legislature has bowed to the threats of homosexual activists and their allies and taken the pieces of silver offered by corporations. On another Thursday night two thousand years, a man named Judas took thirty pieces of silver from influential leaders to betray his friend to his death and today Indiana legislatures took the silver promised by corporate bullies and betrayed their friends, their citizens, to the death of their religious freedom in the Hoosier state.
Corporations have been pushing the same-sex “marriage” envelope for a number of years and yesterday 370 “Employers and Organizations Representing Employers” filed an amicus brief urging the United States Supreme Court to legalizes so-called “gay marriage” across the nation. One of the reasons stated is, “State laws that prohibit or decline to recognize marriages between same-sex couples hamper employer efforts to recruit and retain the most talented workforce. . . .”