Can’t say for sure, but Mr Pillow guy did donate over $200,000 to Trump’s campaign, and was a featured speaker during one of the president’s Corona virus briefings. But even if some of the white pillows are racist, I’m sure there are very fine pillows on both sides.
I recall hearing an interview with Canadian political philosopher John Ralston Saul. He was talking about how corporations are quite literally compelled to act in their own self-interest … and yet we continue to be surprised by this. I think corporations should be barred from making charitable donations, sponsoring public events, partnering with NGOs, or in anyway trying to convince us they are benevolent. Better to cage them and let them focus solely on producing a better cellphone (under our terms). Leave social disbursements to governments.
It’s not going to be enough. The only real changes Fox News will make is after people boycott and pull commercials from their other tv networks and streaming platforms. If things get too rough all of their other divisions, they would consider sacrificing Fox News & Business to stay afloat. Fox News is a drop in the bucket compared to their terrestrial tv business.
They always promote themselves as being on the side of family values, but Sesame Street was probably too diverse and liberal for conservatives from the beginning. I wouldn’t be surprised if this didn’t drive a bunch of them to alternative preschool education. This has pictures of the original cast:
The problem for conservatives is that Sesame Street promotes actual values - respect, care, doing the right thing, owning up to mistakes, managing your own feelings (rather than taking them out on others). “Family values” like attacking gay people in the street never really made the show.