5 Corporations That Should Be Blacklisted By Conservatives

AMAC CorporationsContrary to what you hear from liberals, the biggest flaw conservatives have is being overly tolerant. Really? Seriously? We’re “overly tolerant?”


Conservatives will listen to a Hollywood star trash us as intolerant and then we’ll go watch his movie anyway. Musicians will openly support Obama and call us racists; yet we’ll still buy their albums. Corporations will bend over backwards to undermine everything we hold dear and then we’ll turn right around and buy their products. Conservatives make up 40% of all Americans and if we start letting our values dictate where we spend our money, we can transform America’s culture in a hurry. Our money spells the difference between a blockbuster and a flop, a hit single or a bust, and a corporate CEO ending up on the cover of Business Week or looking for a new job. You want to even the playing field in America? Then stop propping up corporations that want to destroy everything you hold dear. When a company does something you don’t like, close your wallet until management gets the idea. When your money talks, corporations listen. Here are five easy ones to get you started. 

1) Chrysler:

It’s bad enough that Obama spent billions of dollars of your money to prop up the fat cats at Chrysler, but after the crooked deal was done, United Auto Workers ended up owning 55% of the company. In other words, every time you buy a car from Chrysler, your money is helping to prop up a liberal union that works non-stop to elect as many liberal Democrats as possible. Chrysler isn’t a corporation with a liberal union attached; it’s a liberal union with a corporation attached to it. 

2) Progressive Insurance:

Peter Lewis is the Chairman of Progressive Insurance Companies and outside of George Soros, he may be the biggest liberal sugar daddy on the block. This former close friend of Ted Kennedy has poured tens of millions of dollars into the ACLU, America Coming Together, and MoveOn, among other liberal causes. So, why not get your auto insurance from a company that isn’t working to destroy the American way of life? 

3) Capital One:

Having someone like Alec Baldwin as your spokesman just screams, “We don’t want conservative customers.” This is the same Alec Baldwin who has said, “Gingrich is a cranky history professor. Romney is better suited for country club president. Obama sees what govt’s priorities should be. Obama…2012” and “Until Limbaugh gets real, weans himself off the big salary and runs for office, he will always be nothing more than a poorly educated, marginally talented buffoon who has developed a real talent for manipulating the G-spot of the neocon consciousness and massaging the hate gland of so many economically displaced white voters in America.” Why give money to a company that holds you in such contempt that it would hire a man like this as its spokesman? 

4) Starbucks:

Do you really need overpriced coffee from a corporation that detests traditional marriage? Not only is Starbucks pro-gay marriage, but when a shareholder complained that boycotts over gay marriage were costing the company money, “Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz responded…by telling him that he could, ’sell your shares in Starbucks and buy shares in another company.’” If you’re a Christian or just someone who believes in traditional marriage, the CEO of Starbucks is publicly saying he doesn’t want your business. Can’t you find your coffee somewhere else where you aren’t forced to swallow Starbucks’ disdain for you along with your Java? 

5) The AARP:

Despite the fact that its membership opposed Obamacare because it would destroy our healthcare system, the AARP supported that abomination because it is going to make a killing marketing insurance under the bill. It’s also doing more than any other organization to block entitlement reform, which is making it practically impossible to keep America from sliding into bankruptcy. On top of all that, AARP is a left-wing organization that has backed gun control and Planned Parenthood while fighting against a Balanced Budget Amendment. You might as well just give your money directly to the Democrat Party as to the AARP.

By John Hawkins – Townhall

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Chelsea Young
2 days ago

Agree with all of the above. No longer drive a Chrysler, quit drinking Starbucks when years ago they would not support our troops, have not signed up for AARP for the reasons given, don’t use Progressive and Capitol One “shopping” is touting they are a good replacement for Amazon “don’t use the leftist organization Amazon either”, but after researching and reading this, won’t use Capitol One either. So….I’m doing my part and researching every place I shop, always doing my best to support our conservative, patriotic Americans.

Eileen vaught
1 year ago

I would love a list of companies that are conservative. I don’t go see movies anymore and I watch very little tv. I only listen to Christian music. Hope I’m helping in some small way

1 year ago

Is their credit card company I can switch to. I have Capital One

Fred Branch
4 months ago
Reply to  Brandon

Brandon get rid of all credit cards and use cash. they only want to put you in over your head. so they will own you.

Diane Pherigo
1 year ago

I don’t do business with any but capital one. What credit card companies are conservative?

1 year ago

The follow up article should list companies that support our values and that we should support.

Judith A. Kelch
1 year ago

How about Home Depot vs. Lowes?

Nathan H
3 years ago

Alec Baldwin is a conservative are you out of your mind?! Also being conservative isn’t a way of life it’s an ideology I may live like someone who gives nothing about other people and be a liberal at the same time, just calm down dude you writing stuff without a clue of what you are speaking.

4 years ago

Also Amy Schumer is on ads for Old Navy

Paula McGee
4 years ago


I have heard about Kellogg’s and their bias towards conservatives. Breitbart is calling for a boycott. You might want to add them to your list.

I also have a question about Allstate Insurance. Can you give me information about their also being anti conservative. I currently have plenty of insurance w/them.
Paula McGee

4 years ago
Reply to  Paula McGee

I found this list and your response by inquiring about Allstate insurance. I wonder myself about their liberal views.

4 years ago
Reply to  Jack

Me too…was searching for info on Allstate….I too have lot’s of insurance with them…for the moment anyway.

4 years ago

Thanks for giving me a great list of stores to support and shop at!

jack martin
5 years ago

Maybe the outfit that created the system that allows you to get this crap out on the internet. They are in to stuff you don’t like. A place like Russia might be what you like.
This is America “all folks are created equal” says so somewhere.
Just my thoughts…..
In the USA learn to live and let live.

Richard Slate
7 years ago

I’m glad you published this list, I never knew that starbucks was a liberal organization or that progressive insurance was to and chrysler also. I will never go to starbucks again and when i see a progressive commercial i will always think about how liberal and immoral they are.

7 years ago

Maybe you should publish the list of whom we should support, its probably pretty short

Nathan H
3 years ago
Reply to  Steve

And rightfully so, many larger corperations want to serve to the people rather than just the rich upperclass.

Nobody asked me but...
7 years ago

How about GM, Kohl’s, Costco, Diamond Resorts. Also the Ford Foundation gives $1 mil/year to Media Matters,

7 years ago

If you want to see the big picture, to understand why all this senseless stuff happens, the read the book “The Shadows of Power” by James Perloff. In it he documents the rise of the banking cartel in America that is hell bent on destroying our national sovereignty in favor of a one-world bank and one world government…In the USA, that group is called the Council on Foreign Relations, (CFR) and it is the enemy within.

7 years ago

Sort of a no brainer list. Progressive? Anyone who doesn’t understand who Peter Lewis is should surely know not to do business with a company which calls itself progressive.

7 years ago

List needs to be much longer. We need to stop funding the enemy within.

Nathan H
3 years ago
Reply to  joe

We aren’t enemies we are people of your own union don’t describe your country as an enemy, for a conservative you sound like you don’t love America!

Jerome Hughes
7 years ago

ABC.more that any other company, deserves to be on the list. This was the only network(maybe major network) to give Obama air time to sell Obama Care to the nation-at the same time refusing the opponents an opportunity to present the case against Obama Care. Since this bill passed by the narrowest of margins after underhanded all night moves by people who did not read the bill, ABC air time had to be responsible for at least one vote.

7 years ago

Thank you for pointing out the liberalness of these companies. Already knew about Starbucks and AARP and the insurance company. Did not know about Cap 1 – or Chysler. I am like Natalie, we just bought #3, our last had 180,000+ miles, running great, but time to do a trade-in.
We will not buy another. Now, Ford – who used to be our brand of choice, was big into supporting the same-sex marriage a few years back. Did not know if they ever quit that or not. I am going to get rid of the Cap 1 card – like it for the reward points, but I can find something else for sure.
You do not mention Home Depot – super big into same sex marriage – don’t buy anything from them.
Hobby Lobby and Chick-Fil-A are good places, and others mentioned above.
Thank you for keeping us informed.

Al Meyer
7 years ago

I bought a Dodge 2 years ago. I was uninformed at the time. I was not aware the Chrysler Corp. was bailed out by the Government or I would not have bought their product. I focused on the GM bailout and did not by a GM product.
My next vehicle will be a Ford product. I certainly do not want to buy a product from a company that is Government owned, especially after seeing how well they handled Social Security, Medicare, Freddy and Fanny and any other service that is supposed to assist the public..

4 days ago
Reply to  Al Meyer

As a Chrysler retiree that went through the bankruptcy and the money that was paid back to the US government at 18% interest I’m shocked by these allegations and wonder if they’re true. I’ll need to do digging. I am aware of the crooked union officials and Marchionne was a shady character. I can only hope this is wrong and do not believe the Union held 55% ownership.

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