Lowe’s pulls ad dollars from Islamist TV programming

After numerous complaints, Lowe’s Home Improvement announced last week that it was pulling its advertising from a cable TV show called “All American Muslim.” Critics of the show felt that it was pro-Islamist propaganda in the guise of entertainment. Lowe’s made a legitimate business decision to take its advertising dollars elsewhere, and now finds itself the target of both Islamic and left wing outrage.

According to Gary Bauer, the Michigan Director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations said that Lowe’s is engaging in “capitulation to bigotry” and should be boycotted. Let Lowe’s know that you applaud their decision not to promote radical Islamic propaganda by calling them at 1-800-445-6937.

This is also a good time to remind you that Lowe’s chief competitor, The Home Depot, is one of the most strident pro-homosexual companies in the nation. They continue to sponsor the gay agenda, including the legalization of same-sex “marriage,” and have continued this support despite numerous complaints to corporate headquarters, as well as to their board of directors. We encourage you to continue to boycott The Home Depot, and if you need home improvement supplies, consider Lowe’s as an alternative.

Source: Gary Bauer’s End of Day Report

Share:

More Posts

MA House Unanimously Approves Parentage Act Commodifying Babies

The MA legislature voted unanimously to approve HB4672 “An Act to Ensure Legal Parentage Equality,” a bill that would enshrine “intent-based parenting” in Massachusetts law, making it much easier for parents with no biological connection to a child to acquire that child through surrogacy or sperm or egg donation. These methods can have devastating

Happy Father’s Day from the MFI Team!

A father’s role in the home is crucial to the family’s well-being, and without his leadership, the family suffers. Without the leadership of fathers, society suffers too. As MFI’s Fatherlessness Report shows, children from single-parent homes, many without fathers, are at a greater risk of academic underachievement, youthful idleness, teen parenthood, and