In case there weren’t enough reasons to avoid Starbucks (corporate anonymity, insane prices, questionable charitable policies, etc), Starbucks has signed on with singer Joni Mitchell to release her new album called “Shine” in all of its stores. Fox News is reporting that the album’s title song is a rant attacking all sorts of things that Ms. Mitchell finds objectionable, including the “Catholic Church and all the prisons that it owns.” For a company that is so proud of its “social responsibility,” it seems awfully strange that attacking one of the world’s great religions (to speak in the “religious studies” language of secular academia) would be acceptable. To make a comment to Starbucks, click here. But in the meantime, buy your coffee somewhere else.