AT&T has reportedly been able to save $42 billion because of the GOP tax break, but has also been making big cuts and layoffs since 2018. It has also been slowing down spending on infrastructure during that time.
Other media outlets are starting to complain about Facebook not being treated as the media company they truly are. Despite whatever Mark Zuckerberg wants you to believe.
This is a violation of the First Amendment. Trump can't try to shut down media companies because he doesn't like their coverage of him.
There were a lot of things that didn't inspire their outrage when they actually happened -- only after Michael Cohen testified against Trump's interest.
Very large payments were made to Michael Cohen's shell corporation by very interesting entities, suggesting a pay-to-play scheme in effect, facilitated by Cohen.
Hey Rick, how come you didn't mention the AT&T layoffs happening this coming year, too? Those are Trump's to celebrate, right?
The Wichita Eagle reports that AT&T is concerned about this development and “filed to officially intervene in the case."
Such a shock that one of our telecom monopolies is ... acting like a monopoly!
"My experience tells me that I can hold the NSA’s feet to the fire a lot easier than I can hold Google or Verizon’s feet to the fire,” Bates said.
You may have noticed that you have only sporadic connectivity today.
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