Nat'l Center keeps on keeping on

Wednesday, September 30, 2020
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FedEx truckCOVID-19 is not stopping a conservative organization from confronting corporations about their liberal stances.

Justin Danhof, Scott Shepard, and others at the National Center for Public Policy Research attend various shareholder meetings to pose questions and raise awareness about issues in the culture war and what companies are doing in response.

These days, COVID-19 has caused a lot of shareholder meetings to be held virtually, and while many companies are refusing to budge on their liberal stances, Scott Shepard plans to keep going. 


"We attended more of these meetings this past year than ever before, and we're going to keep it up," he tells OneNewsNow. "There aren't too many people fighting on our side, and there's a whole contingent fighting to push American corporations just as far left and as far into social policy as they can."

FedEx, Amazon, Disney, and Starbucks are among the corporations confronted by the National Center over the years.

"We'll continue fighting the good fight," Shepard asserts.


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