The following are excerpts from a speech by Gov. DeSantis in Naples, Florida, on February 13, 2023.
ESG Investments: Prudent or Perilously Political?
Free-market solutions to 'woke' investment onslaught.
Is "Green" Tech a Risky Investment?
Many of America's most powerful companies have combined to pursue a dangerous political agenda masquerading as altruism.
Before I came to Washington, D.C., I served as the state treasurer of Wyoming. It astounds me that anyone would make an investment based on political priorities instead of sound financial information.
If we learned anything from COVID-19 tyranny, it's that big government and powerful corporations will stop at nothing to seize power and control over the lives of each and every one of us.
It's the end of February, one of the coldest months of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. Your house is freezing. You're wrapped up in a blanket, but the cold has settled in your bones.
If you're someone who thinks the progressive movement in our nation is looking to push its agenda in every way, look no further than environmental, social, and governance (known as "ESG") investing.
Inflation has robbed Americans' wallets month after month since President Biden took office and launched his partisan spending spree.
President Joe Biden has declared war on the American fossil fuel industry, and by extension, the people of West Virginia who rely on the industry for good-paying jobs to support their families.
In China, the Communist Party has devised a scheme to compel compliance. They score every person and business to determine whether they are sufficiently in line with the Party's standards.
Sen. Joe Manchin III is offering a word of caution for enthusiasts of environmental, social and governance investing, or ESG.
Advocates of ESG intend it as a force for economic and social good. Instead, it has brought nothing but controversy.
The Teacher Retirement System of Texas, with nearly 2 million participants, has reportedly divested from BlackRock and other major firms over their investment policies locked into climate change.
Most likely voters say they are more likely to do business with companies that stay out of politics, according to a poll released Wednesday.
The multibillion-dollar battle that Republican-led states have waged against major financial firms that have gone "woke" is starting to pay off.