Saturday, August 28, 2010

Who Is Boycotting Glenn Beck?

To everyday Americans he is a hero, but to America's elitist corporations, he has been the target of an UnAmerican BOYCOTT. Are you, Mr. & Mrs. Everyday American, doing business with the companies who hate and fear Glenn Beck and have tried to silence him?

Why Do The Following Corporations Boycott Glenn Beck? The first reason is that Glenn Beck described as racism, a phrase that Barack Obama had written in his first autobiography: “white folks' greed runs a world in need.” The other reason is that Glenn Beck stated that the progressive catch phrase “social justice” is code for communism and Nazism. Bad Boy Beck! No Freedom of Speech for You!
To date (08/05/10), here is the full list of advertisers that have either pulled ads from or taken proactive measures to ensure that their ads do not appear on the Glenn Beck Program in the United States, the U.K., or both:
Aegon (added 9/14/09) (added 10/20/09)
Allergan (added 8/17/09)
Allstate Insurance (added 2/16/10) (statement)
Ally Bank/GMAC Financial Services (added 8/17/09)
Alpro Soya (added 01/11/10) (statement) [see note 5]
AmMed Direct (added 10/6/09) (added 8/24/09) (statement)
Anheuser-Busch (added 2/16/10) (statement)
Apple (report) [see note 6]
Applebee’s (added 8/27/09)
Ashley Furniture (added 8/28/09)
AT&T (added 8/24/09)
AVON (added 7/29/10) (statement)
Bank of America (added 8/25/09)
Bell & Howell (added 8/27/09)
Best Buy (added 8/17/09)
Best Western (added 2/5/10) (statement)
Binder & Binder (added 9/2/09)
Blaine Labs (anti-fungal & scar treatments) (added 8/24/09)
BMW (added 4/1/10) (statement)
Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals (added 2/16/10) (statement)
Brez (anti-snoring strips) by Airware Inc. (added 8/21/09)
British Airways (added 12/14/09)
Broadview Security (added 8/17/09)
Brother International Corp. (added 2/16/10) (statement)
Cadillac (added 5/8/10) (statement)
Campbell’s Soup Co. (added 8/24/09)
Capital One (added 9/2/09)
Celsius (added 2/16/10) (statement)
Citrix Online/GoToMyPC (added 10/6/09)
Clorox (added 8/23/09) (Closing Corp.) (added 8/28/09) (read statement here)
Coca-Cola (added 6/24/10) (statement)
Concord Music Group (Hear Music) (added 10/6/09)
CVS (added 8/17/09)
Dairy Crest (added 7/5/10) (statement)
Dannon Co. (added 9/2/09)
Diageo (Guinness, Cuervo, Baileys’, etc) (added 10/5/09)
DirecTV (added 8/27/09)
Discover (added 9/2/09)
DITECH (added 8/24/09)
EggLands Best (added 9/21/09)
Elations Co. (added 8/24/09)
Equifax (added 10/6/09)
Eulactol USA (maker of Flexitol) (added 10/6/09)
Farmers Insurance Group (added 7/21/10) (statement) (added 8/24/09)
General Mills (added 8/27/09)
George Foreman Cooking (added 2/20/10) (statement) (added 10/6/09)
GlaxoSmithKline (added 1/12/10) (statement)
Healthy Choice (owned by CongAgra)
History Channel (added 11/11/09)
Hoffman La Roche (maker of Boniva) (added 10/6/09)
Holiday Inn (added 5/12/10) (statement)
Honda (added 1/31/10) (statement)
HSBC (added 9/2/09)
Humana (added 9/14/09)
ICAN Benefit Group Insurance (added 9/2/09)
Idaho Potato Commission (added 2/16/10) (statement)
Infiniti (added 9/2/09)
Intersections Inc. (added 2/16/10)
ING DIRECT (added 01/07/09) (statement)
Jack Daniels (Updated 12/28/09) [see note 4]
Jelmar (CLR cleaner manufacturer) (added 9/2/09)
Johnson & Johnson (added 8/24/09)
Jordan McKenna Debt Counseling Network (added 9/2/09)
Kaplan Tutoring (added 7/8/10) (statement)
KFC (UK) (a Yum Brands! subsidiary) (statement) (added 7/12/10)
KRAFT Foods (added 8/20/09) (read statement here)
KRAFT Foods (UK) (added 11/13/09) (owned by LexisNexis)
Le Cordon Bleu Culinary School (added 2/16/10) (statement)
Logo TV (added 3/23/10) (statement)
Lowe’s (added 8/24/09)
Luxottica Retail (parent company of Pearle & LensCrafters) (added 9/14/09)
Mars (maker of Snickers, M&Ms, Pedigree, etc..) (added 10/20/09) (read statement here)
Marriott International (added 2/16/10) (statement)
Men’s Wearhouse
Mercedes-Benz (added 9/2/09)
MetLife Bank (added 8/5/10) (statement)
Metropolitan Talent Management (added 10/6/09) [see note 3]
Natwest (UK) (added 12/11/09)
Nestle (added 05/03/10) (statement)
Northland Juices (added 4/8/09) (statement)
NutriSystem (added 8/24/09) (statement) [see note 7]
ooVoo (added 10/6/09)
Overture Films (added 10/6/09)
Premier Foods (UK) (added 11/18/09)
Premier Inn (UK) (added 12/20/09)
Procter & Gamble
Progressive Insurance
PUIG Beauty (added 12/14/09)
Purity Products (added 6/8/10) (statement)
Radio Shack
Re-Bath (added 8/17/09)
Reckitt Benckiser (UK) (added 12/04/09)
Regions Financial Corporation (added 8/27/09)
Republic of Macedonia (added 2/16/10) (statement)
Roche [see note 1]
S.C. Johnson
SAM (Store and Move) (added 8/27/09)
Sargento Cheese
Scarguard (added 10/6/09)
Schiff Nutrition (maker of Tiger’s Milk & Fi-Bar) (added 10/6/09)
Sears (added 5/18/10) (statement)
Seoul Metropolitan Government (added 10/6/09)
Simplex Healthcare (Diabetes Care Club) (added 9/2/09)
Sprint (added 8/23/09)
StarKist (tuna) (added 2/8/10) (statement)
State Farm Insurance
Subaru (added 10/6/09)
Sylvan Learning (added 2/20/10) (statement)
Tesco (added 12/19/09)
Toyota-Lexus USA (added 10/6/09) / Toyota (GB) (added 2/3/10) (statement)
Travelers Insurance (added 8/27/09)
TurboTax (added 3/10/10) (statement)
UPS (added 8/23/09)
United Healthcare (added 2/16/10) (statement)
United States Postal Service (added 9/14/09)
US Fidelis (added 2/16/10) (statement)
Verizon Wireless (added 8/21/09)
Virgin Atlantic (added 01/08/10)
Vodafone (added 07/02/10) (statement)
Vonage (added 8/24/09)
Volkswagen (added 2/16/10)
Waitrose (added 10/4/09) [see note 2]
Walmart (added 8/17/09)
Weight Watchers (added 2/20/10) (statement)
Western Union (added 2/16/10)
Woodland Power Products (added 10/6/09)
Wyeth Consumer Healthcare (added 9/14/09)
Zoosk (added 8/2/10) (statement)
Roche has reneged on their commitment to cease sponsoring Glenn Beck.
Waitrose has removed all advertising from the Fox News Channel in protest over Glenn Beck.
Metropolitan Talent Management will not purchase any ads on the Fox News Channel in protest over Glenn Beck.
Jack Daniels is pulling their ads from all political shows.
Alpro Soya has pulled their advertisements from all of Fox News.
Apple has removed all advertising from the Fox News Channel in protest over. (List from

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