A number of corporations, including several car-rental companies, MetLife insurance and Symantic security software, abruptly announced plans to cut ties with the NRA
The point isn't to stand on neutral ground; it's to stand on moral ground.
Delta, United, MetLife and a slew of other companies break from the N.R.A. but find that consumer boycotts cut both ways w/
Ties to the N.R.A. Leave Companies Scrambling for Cover via
"In the days since the Florida school shooting, the push for boycotts and meaningful change has mobilized faster than with previous mass shootings."
The #BoycottNRA has two sides: Liberals keen to curb assault weapons v. NRA members (5m + 100m gun owners)- Liberals are more energized now, but will they be 6 months and 2 years from now? (Climate change, #meetoo, immigration,...)
Companies Cut Ties to the N.R.A., but Find There Is No Neutral Ground - The New York Times
Companies Cut Ties to the N.R.A., but Find There Is No Neutral Ground - The New York Times
At last- cracks in the circle of support for the morally repugnant position of the NRA... Ties to the N.R.A. Leave Companies Scrambling for Cover, via
Companies Cut Ties to the N.R.A., but Find There Is No Neutral Ground
“You are doing the right thing by dropping the NRA.”