ESG Can’t Square With Fiduciary Duty

"Nineteen state attorneys general wrote a letter last month to BlackRock CEO Laurence D. Fink. They warned that BlackRock’s environmental, social and governance investment policies appear to involve “rampant violations” of the sole interest rule, a well-established legal principle."

Some GOP States Push Back Against ESG Investing Trend

"Republicans are stepping up their efforts to prevent investors from considering environmental and other factors in their decisions. They are running up against the trillions of dollars in investments committed to funds addressing such concerns."

The ESG Investing Backlash Arrives

"Recent events show that the backlash against ESG investing has finally arrived. Nearby, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich explains how he and 18 other state AGs are seeking answers from the investing giant BlackRock about its political agenda."

Arizona Defends Retirees Against ESG

"This month, 18 of my fellow attorneys general and I responded by pointing out inconsistencies and conflicts between BlackRock’s letter and its public statements and commitments."

What Honest, Neutral ESG Would Look Like

"It may be worthwhile, then, to consider what a genuinely neutral, nonpartisan ESG might look like, and how it would have to be constructed. This will reveal whether such a project is possible: whether bringing ESG within corporate executives’ legal fiduciary duties can be managed under any circumstances."

The Many Reasons ESG Is a Loser

"These days ESG is big business, with $2.77 trillion in 'global sustainable fund assets.' The average expense ratio is 0.41%. And sure enough, apparently some funds aren’t ESG enough."

An Inconvenient Truth About ESG Investing

"Researchers at Columbia University and London School of Economics compared the ESG record of U.S. companies in 147 ESG fund portfolios and that of U.S. companies in 2,428 non-ESG portfolios. They found that the companies in the ESG portfolios had worse compliance record for both labor and environmental rules."

How to Ensure You Aren’t Investing in Woke Corporations

As the forces of woke capitalism continue to terrorize ordinary Americans, right-leaning investors find themselves in a difficult position. The left’s ever-tightening grip on American corporations has led many conservatives to unknowingly buy stock in companies...

Advisory Board Member Andy Puzder in The Washington Times

A pair of investment programs that launched in the last year — the American Conservative Values ETF and the 2ndVote Advisers ETF — are led by directors who seek companies that have not launched ad campaigns or issued bulletins that they think prioritize liberal...

2VA CEO and President Daniel Grant joins Stacy on the Right

Daniel Grant, the CEO and Co-Founder of 2nd Vote Advisers joined the program to discuss his company 2nd Vote Advisers which started funds that invest in conservative companies to offer an alternative to people who don't want to unknowingly invest in woke companies....

ESG Can’t Square With Fiduciary Duty

"Nineteen state attorneys general wrote a letter last month to BlackRock CEO Laurence D. Fink. They warned that BlackRock’s environmental, social and governance investment policies appear to involve “rampant violations” of the sole interest rule, a well-established legal principle."

Some GOP States Push Back Against ESG Investing Trend

"Republicans are stepping up their efforts to prevent investors from considering environmental and other factors in their decisions. They are running up against the trillions of dollars in investments committed to funds addressing such concerns."

The ESG Investing Backlash Arrives

"Recent events show that the backlash against ESG investing has finally arrived. Nearby, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich explains how he and 18 other state AGs are seeking answers from the investing giant BlackRock about its political agenda."

Arizona Defends Retirees Against ESG

"This month, 18 of my fellow attorneys general and I responded by pointing out inconsistencies and conflicts between BlackRock’s letter and its public statements and commitments."

What Honest, Neutral ESG Would Look Like

"It may be worthwhile, then, to consider what a genuinely neutral, nonpartisan ESG might look like, and how it would have to be constructed. This will reveal whether such a project is possible: whether bringing ESG within corporate executives’ legal fiduciary duties can be managed under any circumstances."