If Americans wish to voice their indignation for another attack on conservative American's first amendment rights and traditional American culture, I would recommend they identify the proper targets.
Cable and satellite television network A&E is the flagship property of Hearst Corporation and the Disney---ABC Television Group which is owned by Disney Media Networks, commonly called "The Walt Disney Company."
Hearst Corporation is a communications giant with interests in 15 daily and 36 weekly newspapers, 300 magazines, 29 television stations and various networks including ESPN Inc. Hearst operations are supervised by their CEO Steve Swartz who can be reached at www.hearst.com.
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The Walt Disney Company is the largest multi-national mass media company in the world. Its CEO is Bob Iger. He can be reached at Disney ABCTV.com.
Both companies are listed on the New York Stock exchange. Do you own stock in any of these companies or their subsidiaries? If so, you are supporting these attacks and potentially profiting from these anti-First Amendment efforts America.
Although noble, a boycott of A&E or its list of sponsors will have little effect on Hearst and Disney's attack on traditional American culture. A sell off of their stocks might make a bigger impression, at least to the people who run these media giants. It might even be fun to shake some ivory towers in Manhattan.
You want to send a message to Hearst and Disney, stop watching ESPN. Remove them from your cable and satellite package today. I can just hear media mogul butt cheeks slamming together.
Planning a trip with the kiddos to the family fun paradise owned by Disney? Cancel it. Start a campaign, "I'm not going to Disney until Phil is on the air and receives a public apology from Swartz and Iger."
Subscribe to Popular Mechanics, Car and Driver, Good Housekeeping or any of the publications (found here http://www.hearst.com/magazines/ ) owned by Phil Robertson's media slave masters? Cancel them, today.
Christmas is right around the corner, so why not send a heartfelt holiday greeting to the wonderful world of Disney. Return everything you purchased (toys, clothing and videos) today. Let's have a Disney free (and First Amendment strong) Christmas season this year.
Respectfully, boycotting a television network is almost "Mickey Mouse" as they say. Hitting the CEO's of these giants---even if just a little---will put some sweat on some brows. After all, these are the people responsible for Phil Robertson's suspension.
Does America have the heart to take on these media giants or will we continue to surrender to their propaganda and social engineering while sheepishly lining their pockets?
CEO's care little for your opinion, but they do fear negative downturns in their bottom line. It should be interesting to see how Hearst and Disney will react when the find out that conservative Americans will not be buying any more of their stuff.
Moreover, this will not hurt Phil Robertson one bit. With that in mind, if you're looking for Duck Dynasty gifts, why not make your purchases through the Robertson's website DuckCommander.com.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.