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Blogger bosscauser December 17, 2016 8:32 AM  

Only game in town....on your knees!

Let's go #PresidentTrump and hurry!

Anonymous rien December 17, 2016 8:37 AM  

What does that mean "refuse to work with"?
Are they not going to pay taxes?

Anonymous fish December 17, 2016 8:44 AM  

.....aaaand nothing on the list is important to me at all! I will continue not to patronize them!

Anonymous Godfrey December 17, 2016 8:45 AM  

I thought we all HAD to "bake the cake"?

You mean there are different rules for different people?... gosh, I'm shocked.

Is it really any wonder why they want to control the narrative?

Blogger VD December 17, 2016 8:46 AM  

What does that mean "refuse to work with"?

In most cases, by breaking contracts with Trump-related businesses and refusing to utilize Trump-related venues.

Blogger Al From Bay Shore December 17, 2016 8:51 AM  

Been telling school teachers and students to use InfoGalactic as an alternative to WikiPedia.

Blogger N Matheson December 17, 2016 8:55 AM  

Ora TV of the Rubin report....interesting.

Blogger bearspaw December 17, 2016 8:56 AM  

Start baking Cuban!

Anonymous JD December 17, 2016 9:03 AM  

Where is the page that gives you the infogolactic conversion extension for Safari browser?

Blogger Bobo #117 December 17, 2016 9:07 AM  

Speedo used to sponsor me back in the day, now I'm more of a Tyr guy.
Permanently now it seems...

Blogger VD December 17, 2016 9:09 AM  

Go to Infogalaxians, the information is there.

Blogger SteelPalm December 17, 2016 9:15 AM  

Huh, didn't know that about Macy's. They will be a trickier one to boycott for everything, but at least I can start.

Anonymous Anonymous December 17, 2016 9:28 AM  

Interesting. They list the parent company of Tommy Hilfiger, yet Hilfiger himself said that it would be "an honor" to design for Melania and chastised other designers who said they would not.

Anonymous SugarPi December 17, 2016 9:30 AM  

NASCAR? Really... NASCAR?!

Blogger Cail Corishev December 17, 2016 9:30 AM  

That reminds me: This summer, the PGA moved a 2017 tournament from a Trump-owned golf course near L.A. to one in Mexico, claiming they couldn't get enough sponsors because Trump was offending so many of them. The PGA probably doesn't belong on this list, since they said they'd like to come back when it's possible, but moving it to Mexico instead of another US course was an obvious pro-immigration virtue-signal. (Trump's response: "I hope they have kidnapping insurance.")

Now that favoring American jobs and products is becoming popular and even companies like Ford and IBM want to look pro-American, I look forward to seeing the PGA come running back across the border with this tournament. It might be too late to change an event coming up this March, but it'll be back after that.

OpenID brefaucheux December 17, 2016 9:30 AM  

I'm officially done with Macy's. Wish more of these companies had stocks so I can be prepared to short them.

Blogger Cail Corishev December 17, 2016 9:36 AM  

NASCAR? Really... NASCAR?!

Naturally. No one needs to virtue-signal harder than people running a sport with nearly all-white stars, crew, and fan base -- not just white, but largely bad-white. Would you want to have to go to, say, a Broadway after-party, and have to introduce yourself to people as a NASCAR executive?

Anonymous Dan December 17, 2016 9:42 AM  

7 of the 19 are sports entities. Screw them, they are overpriced entertainment with no utility.

Anonymous Bob December 17, 2016 9:47 AM  

"No one needs to virtue-signal harder than people running a sport with nearly all-white stars, crew, and fan base -- not just white, but largely bad-white.

Not just white, but largely bad-white?

Wow. so now we know where all those "Deplorables" are hiding.

A real genuine - and now exposed - white hater.

Anonymous Thomasblair December 17, 2016 9:51 AM  

@7 Rubin left Ora and went out on his own.

Anonymous Philalethes December 17, 2016 9:55 AM  

A nation of children…

Anonymous Godfrey December 17, 2016 10:14 AM  

Trump Tweets... he's vilified and boycotted.

Bush, Clinton(s), and Obama bomb, invade, and literally destroy numerous countries in the Middle East (and one in Europe) resulting in the horrendous deaths and displacement of literally millions of people... silence.

F^#& the establishment and its narrative. May the filthy hypocrites all rot in hell.

Blogger GFR December 17, 2016 10:14 AM  

Bass Pro Shops has a NASCAR department. I would be very surprised if Bass Pro shops boycotted Trump.

Blogger Positive Dennis December 17, 2016 10:14 AM  

If you click on Slate you get a definition of a rock

Blogger Ned December 17, 2016 10:17 AM  

Boycott lists work both ways.

Anonymous Be Deplorable, Not Afraid December 17, 2016 10:43 AM  

I tend to shop Macy's for mens suits. Are there Ilk-approved alternatives where you can find a half-decent suit for a few hundred bucks? Nordstrom is too expensive, and Boscov's tends to have not terribly good stuff. I tried to buy a suit from Amazon and after 4 tries with sizes that really didn't fit, I just gave up.

Blogger Cecil Henry December 17, 2016 10:46 AM  

Nascar is converged??? Very disturbing.


Come out and separate from her, my people.


Diversity means everyone MUST think alike about 'diversity'.

Blogger Rantor December 17, 2016 10:49 AM  

Probably best that I not wear a Speedo anymore...

Blogger James Dixon December 17, 2016 10:54 AM  

> I tend to shop Macy's for mens suits. Are there Ilk-approved alternatives where you can find a half-decent suit for a few hundred bucks?

Depends on your definition of half-decent, I'd guess. I got a Izod suit for my interviews last year for a reasonable price at J.C. Penny.

Blogger kurt9 December 17, 2016 10:55 AM  

I've noticed most of these boycotts are over Trump's comments with regards to immigration. These corporate managers don't realize is that they are already behind the times. Trump said several times during the campaign that he does not want to cut off all immigration. Instead, he favors some kind of merit-based immigration system. Such a system would favor more educated, more intelligent immigrants who have a propensity for self-reliance and a greater chance of becoming self-made successful.

I know many of you are against further immigration into the U.S. This I understand. My point is that Trump's proposal should be considered eminently sensible by anyone who is pro-immigration such as those like Mark Cuban. The "news" is awash with articles about how automation and robotics is going to end job creation at the lower end of the economic ladder. Whether this is true or a load of hype is not the issue (I think the reality is somewhere between these two positions). The fact is that many people accept this prediction as gospel of future reality and that many of these same people oppose Trump because of his comments about immigrants. Anyone who really does believe that technology will radically reduce jobs at the lower end of the economic ladder should be very keen to the adoption of a merit-based immigration program, if we are to have immigrants at all. To believe 1) that technology will reduce job creation, particularly at the lower end of the economic ladder and, 2) yet appear to support unlimited immigration into the U.S. is a logical contradiction. Call it cognitive dissidence. That many people have such a cognitive dissidence tells me that they have brains that don't work at all. Then again, we all know liberals who fit this description.

The thing about liberals is, unlike those of the 1970's, today's liberals cannot even present a logically consistent argument justifying their position. They only emote, often about things having nothing to do about the issue being discussed.

No wonder many of us voted for Trump.

BTW, I know this is unlikely to occur. However, if Trump is in anyway prevented from taking office on January 20th, 2017 or is impeached shortly thereafter, I will consider it a coup and will act appropriately, as I'm sure many of you will do as well.

I strongly suspect the military will treat it as a coup and will respond appropriately.

Anonymous Elipe December 17, 2016 10:56 AM  

Suddenly, liberals find an appreciation for the right to free association.

Too bad they ran a train on that right under Obama. Now, we will make them eat the gay wedding cake they baked.

Trump could punish them by raising taxes selectively (only for them) to a level that they couldn't possibly sustain themselves with, then when they fail to pay these taxes, arrest the board and then, because they're "too big to fail", replace the board with more sympathetic men that would fuck the SJWs in the ass until they're sore and raw. Metaphorically speaking, of course.

So how many of their own cakes can we force them to eat?

Blogger John Byde December 17, 2016 11:12 AM  

Shouldn't these businesses be prosecuted, just like those nasty, nasty Christian bakers and florist who refuse to serve men claiming to be married?

Anonymous Elipe December 17, 2016 11:18 AM  

#LoveWins

These businesses apparently aren't loving Trump. I believe under the current definition of Nazi as the term was used by liberals, hating your President makes you a Nazi.

So are liberals about to become Nazis? Hmm... this may call for a #LoveWins campaign.

Anonymous Gedrin December 17, 2016 11:23 AM  

In reading the note about NASCAR, are you sure they should be listed? In 2015, they deserved to be. But in 2016, their CEO publicly endorsed him. Seems like either the man is brilliant and he read the election perfectly in June of 2016, or he put someone in their place.

Converged yes, but not entirely so.

Blogger Troy Lee Messer December 17, 2016 11:25 AM  

NASCAR?! That was a surprise. Thia season will be interesting. I went to a couple if races at PIR and I couldnt imagine a more rednecked group (which i say as a term of endearment). Lots of American flags and 'murica 'tude in general. How fucking stupid cab elites get?

Anonymous Dave December 17, 2016 11:29 AM  

C'mon, I expect more from Infogalactic. It's not as black and white as this list purports it to be.

a> The only reference is a Slate article. No references to individual or corporate statements, if any.

b> Macy's should be the preferred alt-right position; they stated in 2015 they intended to be apolitical and wouldn't carry items from either Democrat or Republican politicians. They do still carry Ivanka Trump's collection.

c> Nascar moved the postseason award banquet for two of their lower series from Trump's National Doral Miami Resort. The main series award banquet is in Las Vegas. Nowhere did Nascar issue a statement disassociating itself from Trump; in fact, the CEO Brian France endorsed Trump. The majority of the hundreds of teams and sponsors that race in the Nascar series are right-leaning and many are outright Trump supporters.

d> ESPN moved a golf outing but didn't even publicly state the Trump was the reason, nor have they issued any statements against Trump.

Anonymous Smile Of The Shadow December 17, 2016 11:32 AM  

Yeah I'm a bit confused with a couple of these, as mentioned before NASCAR CEO endorsed trump, not sure where the problem is there.

Macy's seems to be in a left boycott from my fakebook feed, of people really upset that they're "bowing to right wing pressure" on healthcare options for employees regarding baby murder and the like. As mentioned by @35, they carry Ivanka's line.

Blogger Alexander December 17, 2016 11:39 AM  

I cannot see this working out well for NASCAR.

Blogger dc.sunsets December 17, 2016 11:46 AM  

The Balkanizing of America continues apace, just as expected.

The Leftist cult's members are simply sailing off the edge of the flat Earth they imagine, even as a growing majority stopped going along for the ride.

The farther the zealots sail, the easier it becomes to cut them loose and watch them destroy themselves.

Anonymous Silly but True December 17, 2016 11:47 AM  

Excellent. The only company producing anything worth a damn is Van Heusen's ironless wash-and-wear dress shirts, which do very well actually meeting that feature. But it ain't like they're that only game in town.

Blogger VD December 17, 2016 11:55 AM  

C'mon, I expect more from Infogalactic. It's not as black and white as this list purports it to be.

a> The only reference is a Slate article. No references to individual or corporate statements, if any.


So improve it, if you can. Right now, the level of sourcing is already at the level of Wikipedia. But don't remove anything unless you can link to a superior source indicating that the Slate article is incorrect.

Blogger Nate December 17, 2016 12:11 PM  

the amazing thing is... NASCAR is so retarded it somehow doesn't realize that 99.999% of its fans are Trump people.

Anonymous SugarPi December 17, 2016 12:20 PM  

Yeah, NASCAR fans are bitter clingers and some of those good ole boys got dough... if the CEO can't maintain frame at some snooty event, then he needs to spend more time at the race track.

Blogger BunE22 December 17, 2016 12:21 PM  

Hmm. I was in Macy's last weekend for a Xmas gift and the cashier told me to have a Merry Christmas. I didn't know if that was the Trump effect or if they've been doing this because I haven't shopped there in years.

Blogger BunE22 December 17, 2016 12:24 PM  

Hmm. I was in Macy's last weekend for a Xmas gift and the cashier told me to have a Merry Christmas. I didn't know if that was the Trump effect or if they've been doing this because I haven't shopped there in years.

Anonymous dagwood December 17, 2016 12:24 PM  

"NASCAR? Really... NASCAR?!"

Unfortunate, yes, but this can readily be viewed as an event which supports the Law of C, viz.:

Chicken: chicken chicken x (chicken/chicken)----> {chicken} chickens, chickens chicken < chicken.

You see?


Blogger Nate December 17, 2016 1:19 PM  

"I cannot see this working out well for NASCAR."

France has been doing everything in his power to kill NASCAR for the last 20 years. It should come as no surprise. He'll eventually succeed. The only thing keeping it going at this point is the blinding love of v8 glory

Anonymous Srephen December 17, 2016 1:28 PM  

http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nascar/2016/02/29/nascar-ceo-brian-france-ryan-newman-david-ragan-chase-eliott-endorse-donald-trump-president/81130770/

Did something change?

Blogger Thucydides December 17, 2016 1:35 PM  

How nice that they virtue signal. Now *we* know who never to give our business to.

Of course the list really needs to be expanded to include Kelloggs, Pepsi and other companies which are SJW converged and choose to spit on American voters who elected Donald Trump as well.....

Anonymous 5343 Kinds of Deplorable December 17, 2016 1:41 PM  

Of course the list really needs to be expanded...

Everybody surely knows what's coming in Vox's next comment, right? "The list needs", "somebody should", "you really should get right on X", etc. are all anathema to our good host.

If you think something should be fixed around here, jump right in.

Anonymous Dave December 17, 2016 1:45 PM  

Did something change?

What do we say about shooting people on our side?They moved the award banquet from Trump's place to another location after the CEO of the series sponsor, Camping World, cucked out. No one can point to any other actions considered anti-Trump. If anything, put Camping World on the list.

Blogger Ned December 17, 2016 2:05 PM  

Camping World - because so many RVers are illegal aliens and Middle Eastern refugees - not white Trump supporters...

Blogger bob kek mando ( NABTY ) December 17, 2016 3:09 PM  

13. SugarPi December 17, 2016 9:30 AM
NASCAR? Really... NASCAR?!



Brain France is a genius. just ask him.

look how long those idiots have been trying to shoehorn minorities into NASCAR ...

https://infogalactic.com/info/Drive_for_Diversity


although, reading through it, it's not actually NASCAR which is against Trump, it's the Nationwide/Truck series sponsor, Camping World, which is run by Marcus Lemonis.

Brain actually endorsed Trump.


even better, Marcus is a flaming hypocrite
http://www.sbnation.com/nascar/2016/3/2/11140342/brian-france-donald-trump-endorsement-nascar
"Last summer, as NASCAR was contemplating whether to distance itself from Trump, Camping World CEO Marcus Lemonis wrote a letter to NASCAR stating neither he nor any of his employees would attend an awards banquet held at a Trump property.

After France's public appearance on Trump's behalf on Monday, Lemonis again expressed his dismay, this time in the form a terse tweet.

"There is no place for politics/any political endorsements in any business," Lemonis wrote."Your customers and employees should have their own mind. #period
"


so, Lemonis advocates that customers AND EMPLOYEES should be permitted to "have their own mind" ... but does not permit HIS employees or the CEO of NASCAR to do so.

typical sociopath / narcissist, everyone must submit to his opinion, he submits to no one.


oh, and Jose Andres is on the list. interesting thing about Andres, there were two restauranteurs on the GQ '50 most powerful people in DC' list. Jose was the higher ranked one.

the other restauranteur on the list is Jimmy Comet.



47. Srephen December 17, 2016 1:28 PM
Did something change?


poor reporting is the norm, has been since at least the Civil War ( when you had to get the text of a political speaker from the OPPOSITION newspaper because the friendly newspaper would 'edit' the speech to make it better ).



51. Ned December 17, 2016 2:05 PM
Camping World - because so many RVers are illegal aliens and Middle Eastern refugees



as it happens, the CEO of Camping World is a Lebanese refugee from Beirut.

https://infogalactic.com/info/Marcus_Lemonis

no wonder all of the CW employees seem frazzled and harried every time i go into one.

Blogger VD December 17, 2016 3:12 PM  

Of course the list really needs to be expanded to include Kelloggs, Pepsi and other companies which are SJW converged and choose to spit on American voters who elected Donald Trump as well.

So why aren't you working on it? Sounds like volunteering to me! Just make sure to provide a source.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash December 17, 2016 3:15 PM  

Number on on the list, with a bullet

5 Rabbit Cerveceria

Be Deplorable, Not Afraid wrote:I tend to shop Macy's for mens suits. Are there Ilk-approved alternatives where you can find a half-decent suit for a few hundred bucks?
I've had luck with Men's Wearhouse.

Blogger Cail Corishev December 17, 2016 3:16 PM  

My point is that Trump's proposal should be considered eminently sensible by anyone who is pro-immigration such as those like Mark Cuban.

You're right, and yet we've observed the freakouts for a year now. So we have to ask: why are people who have claimed to be anti-illegal/pro-good-immigration freaking out over Trump, specifically over his immigration comments?

Is it because they believe the left's portrayal of Trump as a horrible racist who will kick out of the country everyone with darker skin than Melania? No, they aren't that stupid. So could it be that they were never really anti-illegal/pro-"reform" at all, but were pretending to be when they knew nothing would ever come of it, because what they really want is the continued flow of as many migrants as possible?

Ah, that's it.

Anonymous logprof December 17, 2016 3:53 PM  

Too bad about Camping World/Lemonis. The Profit is the only CNBC show I like (not counting the Stanley Cup playoff games they show, of course).

Blogger bob kek mando ( NABTY ) December 17, 2016 4:13 PM  

NASCAR removed, Lemonis / CW / Good Sam added

Anonymous Beau December 17, 2016 5:15 PM  

I tend to shop Macy's for mens suits. Are there Ilk-approved alternatives where you can find a half-decent suit for a few hundred bucks?

Jos A Bank.

Anonymous Punisher December 17, 2016 5:43 PM  

Even though they're not on the list, I replaced my monthly supply of Kelloggs products with Cheerios. Yum.

Anonymous BBGKB December 17, 2016 5:48 PM  

Can Camping World and Shoes dot com really afford to give up TRUMP voters? Other than lesbians I don't think any leftists go camping. Oh my Camping World has Glamping gear.

I thought we all HAD to "bake the cake"? The cherry better be intact or BETTER CALL SUAL, of course you can't expect that from feminists.

Huh, didn't know that about Macy's. They will be a trickier one to boycott for everything

Oh please if I can do it.

Would you want to have to go to, say, a Broadway after-party, and have to introduce yourself to people as a NASCAR executive?

They just lie about who they are at the bathhouses.

So how many of their own cakes can we force them to eat?

It wont work lesbians can eat all the cakes you make. Trigglypuff to the rescue

Blogger Retrenched December 17, 2016 7:28 PM  

Not sure if this qualifies, but here's a story about a business in Maine refusing to deliver gas to Trump voters.


http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2016/12/you-voted-for-trump-no-heat-for-you-this-winter.php

Blogger VD December 17, 2016 7:47 PM  

Not sure if this qualifies, but here's a story about a business in Maine refusing to deliver gas to Trump voters.

Since Donald Trump doesn't buy gas in Maine, it obviously does not.

Anonymous BBGKB December 17, 2016 8:21 PM  

It turns out we have a new arch enema,make sure to put a lifelike Haitian girl child over your deadfall trap for him, he isn't interested in women with breasts:

Michael Sheen Says He Is Quitting Acting to Fight the Far-Right. Michael Sheen says he is quitting Hollywood and making the move back to England, all in the name of politics...He also admitted that he was unsure if his relationship with girlfriend Sarah Silverman would survive his move back to England.


you-voted-for-trump-no-heat-for-you-this-winter

Does he really think no one else will sell them fuel? Smart people would have locked in heating oil contracts before wintertime, let him not deliver. Instead of Santa delivering coal to this cuck, he should get tannerite.

Anonymous BBGKB December 17, 2016 8:23 PM  

Obviously I meant using a lifelike doll for the bait, unless you have Podesta level money to spend or fish near Epstein island.

Blogger Retrenched December 17, 2016 9:24 PM  

Since Donald Trump doesn't buy gas in Maine, it obviously does not.

Touche.

It's a pretty dick move on the guy's part in any case. And a pretty dumb one too, as the county he lives in went 58-35 for Trump.

Blogger Lazarus December 17, 2016 10:32 PM  

Seeing as how this thread has expanded its mandate, and Trump was mentioned, I would like to point out that Trump's recent speech in Mobile mentioned dropping business tax down to 15% from 35%.

Now, in order to comply with Steve Keen's People's QE, they should be required to use the 20% delta to pay off debt in order to reduce private debt in the economy, which leads to bad things.

If someone in contact with Trump would tell him that, in would go a long way in America being Great again.

So someone should do that. I can't. He doesn't listen to me.

Anonymous @1n1 December 18, 2016 12:20 AM  

Great to see the site improving, the functionality of Infogalactic now warrants the sites replacement of wiki in my browser's encyclopedia function. The only suggestion I have is for the addition of a current events section because this would add another layer of legitimacy imo. Keep up the great work!

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