March 22, 2017

Free-Market Criticism of Starbucks CEO’s Liberal Agenda Brewing for Annual Investor Meeting

Press Release from the National Center for Public Policy Research: Activists Ready for Third Appearance at a Starbucks Shareholder Meeting   Business Insider Reports Starbucks’ “Brand Has Taken a Beating” After Coffeehouse Giant Challenges Trump Agenda Seattle, WA/Washington, D.C. – Trouble is brewing at Starbucks, and the nation’s leading proponent of free-market investor activism is set […]

Starbucks Shareholders Asked to Support Employee Protections

Press Release from the National Center for Public Policy Research: Starbucks Investors Vote on Employee Protection Shareholder Proposal Human Rights Proposal Intended to Protect Company Workers Who Engage in Political and Civic Activities, Among Other Human Rights Concerns   Seattle, WA / Washington, D.C.  – At today’s annual meeting of Starbucks shareholders in Seattle, Washington, […]

Group Asks Starbucks Not to Fire Employees Based on Political Views; Activities

Press Release from the National Center for Public Policy Research: Free Enterprise Advocate Urges Starbucks Investors to Support Resolution Designed to Protect Employees Who Engage in Political and Civic Activities National Center for Public Policy Research to Discuss Concerns About Corporate Efforts to Stifle Freedom of Speech and Association at Annual Meeting of Starbucks Shareholders […]

Starbucks Applauded for Standing Firm in Defense of GMOs

Free-Market Activist Group Urges International Coffee Giant to Reject Doing Business with Suppliers Working With Activists Opposing Company and Humanitarian Interests Seattle, WA/Washington DC – At the annual meeting of Starbucks shareholders in Seattle Wednesday, the National Center for Public Policy Research applauded Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz for standing firm against un-scientific, inhumane anti-GMO activists […]

Avoiding Root Causes of Gun Violence

I read with interest yesterday Paul Mirengoff’s article at the Powerline Blog. Mirengoff’s is the first article I’ve seen that even comes close to addressing the root causes of what leads to gun violence or violence in general. He calls it the war on standards. His argument is that in the case of Aaron Alexis, […]