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Rejecting the Radical Remake of America

The far-Left’s unpopular ideas can’t win at the ballot box. That’s why they’ve launched an agenda to co-opt our institutions through three propaganda efforts:

Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives have infiltrated state and federal employee training, admissions and hiring criteria for public colleges and universities, the legal profession, and even our military. DEI institutionalizes race-based discrimination and is an attack on equality under the law.

Debanking is an effort by major financial institutions to close accounts of organizations or individuals with whom they disagree, whether politically or religiously. 

Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing is a financial scam that deceptively uses the money of retirees, pension holders, and taxpayers to push leftist political goals—instead of generating the highest returns for American investors.

Pushing Back Against DEI, Debanking, and ESG


  • Ban public funding of all programs and positions associated with DEI.
  • Keep DEI out of publicly funded employee trainings and military-based trainings.
  • Prohibit public colleges and universities from using DEI in admissions.


  • Prohibit financial institutions from denying access to financial services based on their customers’ political, religious, or ideological viewpoints.


  • Ban ESG investing in state and local pensions, state contracts with companies, and publicly funded postsecondary education.
  • Give state treasurers authority over contracts with financial institutions and give state attorneys general authority to investigate financial institutions.
  • Open investigations and prosecute proven antitrust violations by ESG groups.
  • Strengthen ethics for financial advisors to discourage ESG consideration.
  • Require transparency and consumer protection when advisors use ESG criteria in investing.
Our Rejecting the Radical Remake of America Solutions
Our Rejecting the Radical Remake of America Experts
Eric Bledsoe

Senior Fellow

Jonathan Bechtle

COO and General Counsel

Roy Lenardson

State Government Affairs Director

Sam Adolphsen

Policy Director

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