Raging Over Chick-fil-A’s Inclusivity and Demanding the Exclusion of Others; Also, Is Boredom the Key to Creativity and Sanity?

Seeing the firestorm surrounding Chick-fil-A over its employment of an executive for diversity, equity and inclusion, James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana discuss what appears to be a rising tide where the power of the pocketbook is used to pressure actors to be more exclusionary towards certain segments of society (01:31).  The guys also consider whether boredom, which modern technology has seemingly eliminated, actually can be something that benefits us greatly (37:15).

Not Even Chick-fil-A Is Safe From Anti-‘Woke’ Right Wingers (Rolling Stone)

Conservative boycotts against Target and Bud Light are working thanks to a ‘perfect storm’ of social media and culture wars, experts say (Insider)

Why are Christians calling for boycotts of Chick-fil-A and “The Chosen”? (Denison Forum)

Fox covered Target’s Pride Month displays for hours and the allegations of abuse in the Illinois Catholic Church for less than a minute (Media Matters)

The Secret Power of Boredom (Good Housekeeping)