"For far too many years, corporate America has been lending its voice, money and power to liberal politicians, causes and organizations. From ObamaCare to gay marriage to federal energy policy, the past seven years of the Obama Administration has coincided with an expansive growth of corporate statism and corporate liberalism," said National Center Free Enterprise Project Director Justin Danhof, Esq. "While the exponential growth of cronyism has coincided with President Obama's time in office, it isn't coincidental. The National Center's Free Enterprise Project will bring the fight for liberty to corporate America in earnest this year. The battle starts this week."
. . . "[John] Deere has
often taken actions that run counter to its duties as a for-profit,
publicly-held company," said Danhof. "For example, when liberal
politicians in Washington, D.C. needed corporate support for their
repeated attempts to shackle the economy with cap-and-trade schemes on
carbon emissions, John Deere happily obliged."
. . . "Last
spring, Apple CEO Tim Cook joined with many corporate executives and
much of the liberal media in attacking Americans of faith. Writing in the Washington Post,
Cook falsely claimed that attempts to enact religious freedom laws in
Arkansas and Indiana "would allow people to discriminate against their
"Apple operates in 17 nations in which homosexual activity is illegal. In four of
those, it is punishable by death. Women have almost no rights in numerous
countries in which Apple does business. A female could not even drive a shipment
of iPhones to Apple’s sales location in Saudi Arabia, or work there without a
male’s permission." (Press Release)
Apple's response the the human rights violations in countries where it has business operations was to recommend against #7 because it has products loved in all countries. That is simplifying it, but that's what it sounded like to me.