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Big Business Goes Anti-Family

There was a time when businesses, especially America’s major corporate employers, encouraged family life. Fast forward to 2019 and a new era of what we call corporate fascism, where, as Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) said in recent speech, politically correct CEOs apparently think babies are "bad for business.”

Disney And Netflix Embrace Corporate Fascism

We agree with Jim Daly, Tony Perkins and Shane Vander Hart – it’s time for a counter-boycott of Disney, Netflix and other media companies that work against the moral and religious choices of their customers and betray the interests of their shareholders in pursuit of Leftwing political causes.

Netflix as Death Cult

David P. Goldman, PJ Media

Where will healing come to a culture where the obsession with death is the source of hundred-billion-dollar fortunes? Netflix fears competition, to be sure, but not from the likes of Disney or MGM. According to Netflix, its biggest competitor is the video game Fortnite, in which teams of adolescents role-play as survivors in a post-apocalyptic world, killing zombie invaders. Fortnite earned $3 billion in revenues last year. Be afraid. Be very afraid.

First Multi-Season Series about the Story of Jesus Nears $4.5 Million Goal

The Chosen—the very first multi-season series about the life of Jesus, is directed by Dallas Jenkins, and has passed $4 million in crowdfunding, with less than $500,000 needed to begin prodution. Here's how you can learn more about the movie and how you can help put the story of Jesus on TV.