Bud Light: Corporate America Out of Touch

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Townhall Review
April 21, 2023

Townhall Review – April 22, 2023

Hugh Hewitt and Mollie Hemingway, editor-in-chief of The Federalist, tackle the widening gap between corporate America and their customers, using Bud Light's recent advertising blunders as a prime example.

Dennis Prager unpacks the consequences of left-wing ideology, arguing that corporations like Anheuser-Busch significantly contribute to the erosion of society's core values and traditions.

Joe Piscopo and K.T. McFarland, a national security veteran with service to Presidents Nixon, Ford and Reagan, explore the evolving values and patriotism in America. They scrutinize the shifting mindset among younger generations and within the Democratic Party, reminiscing about the inspiring leadership of figures like John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan.

Brandon Tatum reacts to Mayor Brandon Johnson's response to the recent chaos in Chicago. Tatum critiques the mayor's position and emphasizes the importance of personal responsibility, self-reflection, and community engagement in addressing and preventing such incidents.

Hugh Hewitt and Jim Geraghty, senior political correspondent of National Review, analyze the need to recognize and prepare for potential threats from China, especially regarding Taiwan. They explore the China Select Committee's work, House Republicans' wargames simulation, and the impact of COVID on China.

Michele Tafoya, host of "Sideline Sanity" Podcast, welcomes Peter Schweizer, author of the book "Red Handed," for a conversation about the influence of corporate America and mainstream media on shaping political narratives and foreign policy concerning China. They also highlight the significance of transparency in reporting political improprieties from all sides.

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