Michelle Goldberg takes a close look at the new frontier in the culture wars.
The conservative Charity Giveback Group secured ads from popular companies like Apple and Wells Fargo—until a grassroots effort slammed its antigay stance. Now the firm is fighting back.
The Christian Values Network
If anyone pays attention to the Christian Values Network, or CGBG, and their bullshit (it is bullshit), and did a proper investigation, what you would find is that CGBG, CVN, TFFVN, FFVN, TJGN, are all Limited Liability Corporations set up by the Faith And Family Values Network, Inc., located in Ridgefield, Connecticut.
The Faith and Family Values Network, Inc. can claim that the Christian Values Network changed it’s name to CGBG in March 2011, when in reality CGBG was registered as an LLC with the Nevada Secretary of State’s Office in 2008. The Faith and Family Values Network is basically playing a shell game. If the Christian Values Network takes a hit, and stores leave, they will claim that they changed their name, and that people like me are mistaken, and that they are not a religious organization, and that bloggers like me better stop or they will sue me for not being factual.
FACT: The Faith and Family Values Network, Inc. is the umbrellla that CVN, CBGB, TJGN, FFVN, and many others, all live under. You can be a grifter, change your spots, and you can change the moniker, but it is all one and the same.
You can read about it at jiveinthe415.com