It’s no surprise that the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investment movement was a topic at the third National Conservatism Conference in greater Miami.
Experts on a Sept. 11 ESG panel wondered aloud whether the letters actually stand for “evil, stupidity, and grift.”
“It’s probably all three, by the way,” said Justin Danhof of Strive Asset Management, an ESG alternative led by Vivek Ramaswamy.
Yet, a more surprising question from a well-known audience member drew out real tensions in the room between national populists and more libertarian voices.
“Do any of you guys consider the United States to be anything but a vehicle for making money?” asked audience member Amanda Milius, director of “The Plot Against the President.”…


Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: