Naughty or Nice? There are Corporate Bullies to avoid this Christmas and we’ve got the list.
Here’s one story you won’t find in this week’s media coverage of the Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission arguments before the Supreme Court.
37 corporations are fighting to force Jack Phillips to bake and design a cake for same-sex weddings despite his belief that marriage only exists between one man and one woman.
The case is that simple: the plaintiffs, the Colorado Civil Rights Commission, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), and their corporate enablers all lobbying for a legal mandate to demand private business owners participate in same sex weddings. The companies such as Apple, Amazon, and Marriott that signed HRC’s amicus brief in support of the plaintiffs are essentially demanding the government compel speech and expression in conformity with the LGBT agenda.
Clearly, these companies have no interest in respecting the beliefs of the millions who share Jack’s understanding of marriage. Therefore, people of faith should consider what their shopping dollars will be supporting this Christmas season.
2ndVote’s Naughty or Nice report shows you which companies to avoid or support based on their advocacy on the issues, including Religious Liberty. You can download it here as a free guide for your next shopping trip.
We also want to make sure you know the best alternatives to the companies that are trying to bully Jack Phillips and Masterpiece Cakeshop. Here are some of top suggestions this Christmas from our Nice List and company database.
Also, be sure to check out all the options on 2ndVote’s Nice List for more great options for you Christmas shopping this year.
This article was originally published at 2ndVote.com.
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