In his latest op-ed, World Net Daily founder, editor, and CEO Joseph Farah offers a generous endorsement of Breitbart’s #DumpKelloggs boycott, declaring that his website, in solidarity with Breitbart, will no longer accept advertising from Kellogg’s.
It’s a dangerous thing, indeed, when fat-cat, multinational corporations like Kellogg determine to use their powerful advertising position to squelch free speech and freedom of the press by selectively boycotting media companies because they stand for principles like American national sovereignty.
Don’t get me wrong. It’s the absolute right of any corporation to spend its advertising dollars where it wants – for any reason. But, when businesses make bad decisions based on bad information and decide to support immoral causes, it’s the duty of Americans to be discerning about where and how they spend their own money.
As for me and WND, we stand with our “competitor,” Breitbart.com – the target of Kellogg and a growing number of other establishment corporations as they try to kill a voice of independence and liberty.
Read the rest at WND.com.