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Dick Morris teams up with William Kelly’s

March 5, 2016 By :

Chicago, IL  – Dick Morris is teaming up with (FCN) for a national ad campaign to combat attacks on America’s capitalist system.

A national advertising roll out is beginning to hit this week.

The former White House advisor and FOX News contributor released a special video message about the campaign Monday. “This site [] is being launched by some friends of mine in Chicago who are really posing the central question, which is, will our future be socialism or capitalism? That really is the question that is dominating the political season and American thinking.”

Mitt Romney’s selection of Paul Ryan of Wisconsin as his running mate Saturday has further transformed the presidential election into a referendum on the role and responsibility of government.

William Kelly, who founded, agrees that the country is now at an “economic turning point.”

“In recent years, detractors have been very effective in tarnishing capitalism’s image. But capitalism isn’t the problem, it’s the solution,” says Kelly. “We have to rebuild a respect for success in this country and worldwide. We cannot punish people who aspire to wealth and achieve it.”

Kelly says FCN’s initial ads have a pop culture influence and target younger Americans who “have been taught to believe capitalism is wrong.”

The FCN ads pay tribute to iconic ad campaigns by successful Fortune 500 companies, including the Calvin Klein-Brooke Shields ads and Heineken-owned Dos Equis. New ad spots will be released every week through November 2012.

“A new marketing campaign for capitalism is long overdue,” says Kelly. “ is going to give it one.”

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FCN launches “Confucius” TV ad spot to promote capitalism

August 17, 2012 By :

Chicago, IL – announces the release of its new TV ad spot, “Confucius say.”

“The ancient Chinese philosopher Confucius was a passionate believer in the concept of private property, deregulation, and market competition. He even opposed double taxation,” says William Kelly, Chairman of “That Confucius was one smart cookie.”

Kelly says that the Political Left have a lot to learn from this Chinese philosopher from 256 B.C.

“In recent years, detractors have been very effective in tarnishing capitalism’s image,” says William J. Kelly, founder of “We know that capitalism isn’t the problem; a freer capitalism is the solution. But capitalism will not survive without a campaign to save it.”

In response to the current atmosphere of class warfare, has created a positive, inspiring, and pop culture-driven advertising campaign to help educate and create positive awareness about capitalism as an economic philosophy and how it has defined America’s history and rise to greatness. [Read More…]

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