SalesForce CEO: I Can Do Business With Communist China, But Not Indiana

26 Mar 2015, 10:15 pm

SalesForce CEO Marc Benioff is pulling business out of Indiana because of a new religious liberty bill. He's staying in China, which tortures people.

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There was a time when Democrats supported religious freedom. Bill Clinton himself signed a landmark religious freedom bill into law.

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26 Mar 2015, 9:01 pm

Winnability.

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The American Spectator

Rep. Barbara Lee: Stop Global Warming Before Everyone Gets an STI

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The Federalist

SalesForce CEO: I Can Do Business With Communist China, But Not Indiana

SalesForce CEO Marc Benioff is pulling business out of Indiana because of a new religious liberty bill. He's staying in China, which tortures people.

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There was a time when Democrats supported religious freedom. Bill Clinton himself signed a landmark religious freedom bill into law.
Facebook banned this article on trigger warnings and microaggressions the first time we published it. So we're publishing it w/ a new URL. Neener neener.
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The Washington Free Beacon

Syria Has OKed Three of 33 U.N. Aid Access Requests in 2015

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Big Government

Pope Francis' Disturbing Cuba Activism

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ACLU gets Stung in Wisconsin

Trying to find a silver lining in a major defeat for the anti-voter ID crowd. 

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The Washington Post fails to put a dent into evidence that Barack Obama was heavily influenced by Frank Marshall Davis, Communist. 
The hypocrisy of the left wing, and the harm leftists do to students who have actually been raped.
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Heritage Foundation

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Townhall.com

Monica Lewinsky Lectures America

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The Corner

A Sick and Twisted Culture

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