Why Are Neutral Companies “Good”?

Today’s world can feel like there are only companies that support or oppose America’s values. For every Walmart there is a Hobby Lobby, and for every Dick’s Sporting Goods there is a Cabela’s.

But at 2ndVote, we also praise the Dr. Peppers and National Beverage Corporations of the world. They rank at a neutral “3” because they do just what they ought to – providing products and services to customers.

We believe neutral companies deserve applause from conservatives. No, they aren’t actively promoting our values – but is that what we want? Wouldn’t we all prefer corporations to get out of the “business” of politics, elections, and the buying of politicians and political causes?

The fact is that each dollar used by corporations for left-wing activism belonged to a consumer. Getting companies to be neutral means that no customer of that company will see their dollars used against their will. In other words, the 2ndVote of each customer is protected.

Out of the 800 companies 2ndVote ranks, over 200 received a score of 3 – and most of those are involved in any type of political or cultural activism at all. Here are a few great examples in a few different industries:

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  • Legoge47

    PBS and its sister radio network NPR are quite liberal in most of their programs. So how can they be “neutral”? A lot of shows on PBS or NPR poke fun at anything or anyone that is in any way conservative . Also the ratings on PBS show no information can be found on what they really stand for or against.

  • John

    Communist PBS ??? Give me a break.

    Where are you getting your data CNN ?

    • Legoge47

      I don’t see the word communist in either my post or the other one. Am I missing something?🤔

  • PBS may not support abortion financially but it does support the right to abortion DISGUSTING that we fund PBS through our taxes! PBS featured a film “After Tiller” PBS description After Tiller is a deeply humanizing and probing
    portrait of the only four doctors in the United States still openly
    performing third-trimester abortions in the wake of the 2009
    assassination of Dr. George Tiller in Wichita, Kansas — and in the face
    of intense protest from abortion opponents.