A group that bills itself as a conservative watchdog has released a new Christmas shopping guides to help you pick and choose among the most conservative companies that deserve your Christmas Shopping dollars.
If you had not yet heard of them, the group, 2ndVote, defines itself as a “conservative watchdog for corporate activism” that “exposes the corporations and organizations funding liberal advocacy.” And it aims to “expose the corporate influence on matters of culture and policy and turn the tide on the attacks on conservative values and principles.”
With that in mind, 2ndVote has released its new Black Friday Deals That Don’t Compromise Your Values, where it names a group of companies whose corporate values are not hardcore to the left like so many.
The list includes such retailers as Bass Pro Shops, ACE Hardware, Overstock.com, Bed Bat & Beyond, Kay Jewelers, Cost Plus World Market, and others — all companies that do not heavily support left-wing causes and policies.
The watchdog group has also released a new gift guide to help conservatives find some great gifts from deserving companies.
Check out the 2018 Christmas Gift Guide.
As 2nd Vote explains:
2ndVote shoppers make informed decisions to avoid major retailers like Target and Walmart that have long records of funding the left’s agenda. However, many ask, “Where are the best alternatives?”
That is why we have investigated the top-rated gifts of 2018 to find products made by companies rated neutral (3) or higher in our database. More importantly, we have found the best retailers where you can purchase these items.
We have made the list and checked it twice! All of the companies in our 2018 Christmas Gift Guide have been vetted by 2ndVote’s research team making this gift guide the best resource for conservative shoppers this season.
The guide contains great gift ideas for kids, men, women, tech and the like.
The company offering each gift has been vetted for their conservative principles and approved by 2ndVote. So, you can feel better informed about these companies and feel justified in giving them your business.
Follow Warner Todd Huston on Twitter @warnerthuston.