This video says about itself:
Trump & Rupert Murdoch Team Up to Kill the Internet
8 January 2017
Donald Trump is reportedly seeking recommendations as to who should be the next FCC Chair from right-wing billionaire Rupert Murdoch. Murdoch is against net neutrality, as is Donald Trump, and together their FCC Chair choice will surely attempt to kill the internet by gutting the FCC’s current regulations which mandate net neutrality.
By Solomon Hughes in Britain:
Friday 17th February 2017
BACK in January, I wrote a piece for the Morning Star arguing that Michael Gove’s bum-licky interview with newly elected US President Donald Trump was a gift from Murdoch, who wants to get in with the Donald.
I don’t write the headlines for my articles — in the newspaper world wonderful people known as subeditors or editors write headlines.
Their headlines are often the best bit, boiling down my ramblings into a punchy sentence.
At the time, many other journalists literally didn’t mention Rupert Murdoch when discussing the Gove-Trump interview.
Because Gove is a journalist,
Until recently, he was a Conservative party government minister
other journalists give him an easy ride.
And, I guess, none of us like to admit how much we are influenced by our publishers.
But as readers of this column know, I think Gove can be best understood as an agent for Murdoch.
He has always worked for him and really owes his political career to Murdoch, as well as a £150,000 per year salary he currently gets.
NEW TRAVEL BAN COMING Trump promised a revised version, which is written to skirt the court rulings on the original executive order: “We can tailor the order to that decision and get just about everything, in some ways more.” [Reuters]
THE ‘LOGISTICAL NIGHTMARE’ OF THE FIRST FAMILY’S TRAVEL SCHEDULE — THAT’S COSTING TAXPAYERS “Barely a month into the Trump presidency, the unusually elaborate lifestyle of America’s new first family is straining the Secret Service and security officials, stirring financial and logistical concerns in several local communities, and costing far beyond what has been typical for past presidents — a price tag that, based on past assessments of presidential travel and security costs, could balloon into the hundreds of millions of dollars over the course of a four-year term.” [WaPo]