Corporate Social Responsibility - Should Lobbyists for Persecutors Get A Pass?
This is Frank Gaffney with the Secure Freedom Minute.
Yesterday, Americans gathered across the country outside the offices of Squire Patton Boggs, a prominent law firm that lobbies Congress, contributes generously to many currently serving there and employs top former legislators.
These Religious Freedom Rallies highlighted the fact that Squire Patton Boggs is paid to lobby on behalf of five foreign governments that aggressively persecute Christians and other religious minorities: Communist China, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Cameroon and the Palestinian Authority. Next week, a State Department Ministerial meeting will mobilize the world against such oppression.
The Save the Persecuted Christians Coalition has created a Facebook poll asking Americans like you this simple question on Corporate Social Responsibility: Should American law firms accept money from nations who deny justice and civil rights to their own citizens and aggressively persecute people of faith?
Provide your answer on Facebook at Save the Persecuted Christians.
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