Okay, I am confused. I thought a corporation was a voluntary association; a cooperative endeavor. This means we have the freedom to associate with whomever we choose for a common goal; and as such a corporation does not have the right to restrict the rights of any other group or individual; or to initiate force against anyone. Now there are bad corporations, and our legal system should deal with the bad apples. Not all corporations are bad; not all are good.
So if corporations are bad by definition (Soylent Green), then it logically follows that good people would not do business with any corporation. So if we define corporations as evil, we would be evil to purchase goods and services from all corporations. Some corporations that come to my mind are:
American Recreation Products, Inc. (Kelty, Sierra Designs)
Aqamira Technologies, Inc.
Beartooth Media Group, Inc.
Brooks Sports, Inc.
Cabot Hoisery Mills, Inc. (Darn Tough Vermont)
Cascade Designs, Inc.
Mountain Hardwear, Inc.
Mountain Safety Research, Inc.
New Balance Athletic Shoes, Inc.
Recreational Equipment, Inc
VF Corporation (Smartwool, Jansport, Timberland, The North Face, Vans, Eagle Creek, Lee, Wrangler)
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
Wolverine Worldwide, Inc. (Merrell, Saucony, Chaco, Patagonia Footear-licensed brand)
Taking it further, LLCs (Limited Liabilty Company) have similar protections under the law as corporations. Some that come to mind are:
Alpacka Raft, LLC
Andrew Skukra Adventures, LLC
Jacks 'R' Better, LLC
Trail Deigns, LLC
Now I am not saying any of the above are bad, in fact, I have and will continue to do business with most of them.
Another thing, if one thinks corporations are bad, you better go check the contents of your retirement holdings (if you have one).
If I have incorrectly identified any corporation or LLC, it was not intentional.
Last note: just my contrarian nature. Plus, the ball and chain made me stay at home this weekend to do "to dos." But alas, she hasn't learned that I cannot be trusted alone without direct supervision :)