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TRUMP TURNS ANTI-TRUST: Three Tech Titans Are in a ‘Very Anti-Trust Situation’

He warned earlier this week that Facebook, Google and Amazon were all treading on 'very, very dangerous territory' — what's next?

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LEVIN's Winning!  Beating the Lie Stream media

Life, Liberty & Levin’ is on from 10:00PM to 11:00PM EST Sunday night – Sunday night,” Mark Levin said. “We had 1.521 million viewers, over one and one-half million viewers. Sunday night, it was the biggest show on Fox, all day Sunday, on CNN, all day Sunday, on MSNBC, all day Sunday. It’s a show at 10:00PM EST. It got the highest ratings overall of all viewers.”

Below is a transcript from Levin’s show on Tuesday:

“Well, you know, it’s interesting, every Tuesday morning, I get the ratings for the various TV programs, and I get them for the weekend. Why? Well, because ‘Life, Liberty & Levin’ is on Sunday night at 10:00PM EST. And I get to look at what ratings were on Sunday for Fox, for CNN and MSNBC.

“I also from time to time get the ratings for the whole week and I can see what’s going on in these networks for the entire week.

“And this is just an example of what goes on: Nobody has reported this, and nobody will because my name’s not Rachel Maddow.

“So, ‘Life, Liberty & Levin’ is on from 10:00PM to 11:00PM EST Sunday night – Sunday night. We had 1.521 million viewers, over one and one-half million viewers. Sunday night, it was the biggest show on Fox, all day Sunday, on CNN, all day Sunday, on MSNBC, all day Sunday. It’s a show at 10:00PM EST. It got the highest ratings overall of all viewers.

“But that’s not even my point.

“Sunday 10:00PM EST, it is a higher rated show, thanks to you, than every single show on CNN – every single show on CNN – and it’s not even close. They average about one million Primetime . it’s multiples of the ‘Morning Joe’ – multiples.

“You won’t see that anywhere in the media.”

> https://www.cnsnews.com/blog/michael-morris/mark-levin-touts-life-liberty-levin-nobody-has-reported-biggest-show-fox-cnn-and

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Here's an article loaded to the gills with exaggeration & lies - Fake News

Brutal summer for Republicans

It’s been a brutal summer for the GOP.

President Trump’s secret meeting, and stunning press conference, with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Felony convictions for Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, and a guilty plea from his longtime personal fixer, Michael Cohen. Returning flags atop the White House to full-staff less than 48 hours after Sen. John McCain’s (R-Ariz.) death.

Some Republicans say the president's actions these past few months amount to a series of costly errors that distract from the party’s strong economic message and raise more doubts about whether the GOP can keep control of the House — or even the Senate — in the upcoming midterm elections.

> More : http://thehill.com/homenews/senate/404473-brutal-summer-for-republicans

Compare: Trump's approval rating stands at : 48%

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Trump Full-Month Approval Up in August

When tracking President Trump’s job approval on a daily basis, people sometimes get so caught up in the day-to-day fluctuations that they miss the bigger picture. To look at the longer-term trends, Rasmussen Reports compiles the numbers on a full-month basis, and the results for Trump’s presidency can be seen in the graphics below.

> Source : http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/trump_administration/prez_track_aug31


Question: Who finances this rubbish? Who reads it? (fewer & fewer, I imagine)

The Truth is, the Dems have had a more horrible summer as their standing in the polls has been falling, and the chances of November victories receeds

Wouldn't it serve the country in everyone working for the Hill was fired, and the Lie Stream media font was bankrupt?

Maybe enforcing strong anti-trust laws would be a start in Killing the Lies, and removing the Liars

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Fives Eyes Governments Seek Control Of Silicon Valley Companies With Security Backdoor

The governments of Australia, United States, United Kingdom, Canada and New Zealand announced they intend to force encryption technology providers to provide lawful access to users’ encrypted communications...

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INVESTIGATING Social Media Bias & Manipulation

DOJ Investigates Whether Socials 'Intentionally Stifling' Free Speech...

Sessions plots state AGs...

TWITTER Stock plunges during Jack testimony...

Admits: Algorithms not always impartial...

Alex Jones Crashes Hill Hearing...

Rubio Calls Clown...

Laura Loomer thrown out...



Nearly half of millennials have deleted FACEBOOK app...

In a statement issued right after executives from Facebook and Twitter finished testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee, the Department of Justice (DOJ) also suggested that the platforms were running afoul of antitrust laws.

“The Attorney General has convened a meeting with a number of state attorneys general this month to discuss a growing concern that these companies may be hurting competition and intentionally stifling the free exchange of ideas on their platforms,” DOJ spokesman Devin O’Malley said in a statement issued near the end of the congressional hearing.

President Trump and conservative House Republicans have repeatedly aired complaints about bias against conservatives on Facebook, Twitter, Google and other social media platforms. Those companies though have denied censoring conservative speech.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Wednesday morning on efforts to combat foreign influence operations on their platforms.

Dorsey will face a second grilling later Wednesday from lawmakers in the House Energy and Commerce Committee, where he is expected to face questions on the allegations of conservative censorship.

The DOJ's move is the first sign of the administration taking concrete action to address alleged bias following President Trump's public accusations against tech companies last week

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GOOG : Break it up ! (Or burn it down)

No firm run by & for (Leftwing) bigots should have such Monopoly Power

REPORT: 90% of GOOGLE Employee Contributions Went To Dems...

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Watch Stefan Molyneux Bash FAKE NEWS in EPIC Interview


Alicia Powe for the Gateway Pundit reports, Trump was never called a racist during his long career.

Now, we are told he is a Klansman and a neo-Nazi whose separating families from their babies.

> http://www.investmentwatchblog.com/watch-stefan-molyneux-bash-fake-news-in-epic-interview/

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CNN Legal Setback Points to Tougher Times Ahead for Media Companies...

CNN may still be enjoying its courtroom victory last month saving White House correspondent Jim Acosta's press pass, but as far as the First Amendment goes, the television news network better be ready to play some defense. That's because on Friday, CNN suffered a bruising loss in an important appeal that will at the very least make it easier to sue the media in federal court in a handful of states including Georgia, where CNN is headquartered.

The appeal arises from a series of reports in June 2015 on the infant mortality rate for open-heart surgery at West Palm Beach, Florida-based St. Mary's Medical Center. That series, showcased on Anderson Cooper's show, asserted that St. Mary's "death rate" was three times the national average — prompting defamation lawsuits, including from David Carbone, formerly the chief executive at the hospital until he was forced to resign upon CNN's report. Carbone alleges that CNN made an unfair comparison to hospitals that did both open-heart and closed-heart surgeries, and that a more proper comparison would be adjusted for risk.

CNN contends that Carbone can't meet the "of and concerning" standard of a defamation suit because the report didn't mention him by name, and further argues that an academic disagreement about methodology can't support a defamation claim and that its chosen methodology comparing mortality rates constitutes non-actionable opinion.

However, the specific arguments for the deficiency of Carbone's claims have taken a back seat to the standard by which a Georgia federal judge had to decide whether the case should move past an initial dismissal motion.

. . . Before Kavanaugh was confirmed to be the newest associate justice at the high court, he authored an opinion for the D.C. Circuit that also expressed skepticism about the federal judge's use of SLAPP laws. In fact, after acknowledging how most sister circuits have come to a different conclusion to the issue at hand, Pryor (himself on Trump's shortlist for the Supreme Court) nods to Kavanaugh's "far more convincing" 2014 opinion in Abbas v. Foreign Policy Group.

Should CNN take its case to the Supreme Court — and lose — that would mean no more use of SLAPP laws in federal court nationwide, a prospect that could scare off any petition for writ of certiorari. Then again, even if CNN gets risk-adverse, there will likely be others who someday take the issue to the high court. For example, Daniels' attorney Michael Avenatti will be looking to overturn the recent decision in favor of Trump by appealing the issue of whether Texas SLAPP statute had any business in a California court.

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The accompanying photo suggests BBC is endulging in fake news here

Story image for news from BBC News

How the jailing of Cohen affects Trump

BBC News-1 hour ago
The US president's former lawyer Michael Cohen is facing a 36-month prison sentence for campaign finance and fraud crimes. Does this spell legal trouble for ...

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Here Are The Most Egregious Fake News Stories Of 2018

As 2018 comes to a close, it’s time to review the year’s worst cases of media misquotes, misleading narratives, major corrections and straight-up fake news.

While last year’s fake reporting largely occurred during the media’s relentless pursuit to prove Russian collusion, this year’s list is much more varied. However, some themes emerged: stories about then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and the U.S. border were routinely flagged for misinformation.

Without further ado, here is the list of 2018’s worst examples of fake news:

1. WaPo Blames Border Patrol For Death of 7-Year-Old Migrant

The Washington Post published a story in December focusing on a 7-year-old migrant child from Guatemala who died in border patrol custody.

Despite WaPo’s misleading headline suggesting...


2. CNN And The Hill Spread Retracted Sexual Assault Claim Against Kavanaugh

CNN and The Hill both reported on a sexual assault claim against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in late September without ever mentioning that the claim had been quickly retracted...

3. Boston Globe Corrects Liz Warren Story — Makes Her Less Native American

Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren released a DNA test in October seeking to prove her repeated claims that she has Native American ancestry.

4. NYT Accuses Nikki Haley Of Purchasing Expensive Curtains

The New York Times initially tied U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley to expensive curtains hanging in the ambassador’s apartment in New York, writing, “Nikki Haley’s View of New York Is Priceless. Her Curtains? $52,701.”

5. Media Still Blaming Republicans For Steele Dossier

CNN’s Jim Sciutto, MSNBC’s Katy Tur, and MSNBC’s Ari Melber were all responsible for falsely claiming that Never-Trump Republicans were responsible for initial funding of the salacious Steele dossier.

6. CNN Analyst Publishes Dubious Report On Additional Kavanaugh Allegations

7. CNN Accuses Ted Cruz Of Being Afraid To Appear On Their Network

8. CNN Spreads False Statistic On School Shooting

9. NBC Sat On Information That Contradicted Kavanaugh Allegations

While NBC’s story is not incorrect, its choice to sit on evidence that contradicted a serious sexual assault allegation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh earned them a spot on this list.

Celebrity porn lawyer Michael Avenatti claimed he knew a second woman who could back up gang rape allegations made against Kavanaugh by his client, Julie Swetnick.

That second woman actually contradicted the allegations in a phone interview with NBC News on September 30. Mysteriously, NBC chose not to publish this information until weeks later and after Kavanaugh had already been confirmed to the Supreme Court.\

10. McClatchy Claims Mueller Has Evidence That Corroborates Piece Of Dossier

McClatchy reported in April that special counsel Robert Mueller had evidence that former Trump attorney Michael Cohen had been in Prague in the summer of 2016. The report appeared to corroborate a key part of the largely unverified Steele dossier.

> More: 32 Big Lies in Total



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Deep Fake: Seattle TV Station Caught Doctoring President Trump’s Face During National Address, Editor FIRED

That comparison revealed the Q13 video creating a loop of the President licking his lips — making it seem bizarre and unbalanced — it also seems that someone distorted the President’s face and may have added an orange tone to his skin.

Less than a day after placing the editor responsible on leave pending an investigation, Q13 terminated his employment.

“We’ve completed our investigation into this incident and determined that the actions were the result of an individual editor whose employment has been terminated,” said Q13’s news director in a Thursday update.

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He's Right - The Lie Stream Media has destroyed its own credibility

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9 hours ago

. just stated that there has been no president since Abraham Lincoln who has been treated worse or more unfairly by the media than your favorite President, me! At the same time there has been no president who has accomplished more in his first two years in office!

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8 hours ago

The Economy is one of the best in our history, with unemployment at a 50 year low, and the Stock Market ready to again break a record (set by us many times) - & all you heard yesterday, based on a phony story, was Impeachment. You want to see a Stock Market Crash, Impeach Trump!

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7 hours ago

Many people are saying that the Mainstream Media will have a very hard time restoring credibility because of the way they have treated me over the past 3 years (including the election lead-up), as highlighted by the disgraceful Buzzfeed story & the even more disgraceful coverage!

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The Media - " A Dereliction of Duty ... convicting the President WITHOUT EVIDENCE "

Gregg Jarrett on The Sean Hannity Show (1/21/2019)

47 instances in just one year where they have been wrong about Trump

#JOURNALISM: The media’s “Gotcha!” hysteria is shameful

While BuzzFeed alone created the false report, which was based, naturally, on anonymous sources, it was not alone in revealing its desire to be rid of Trump. Much of the political class embraced the story without doubts because they wanted it to be true. Dems in Congress instantly pledged investigations.

Then there are the so-called journalists who swallowed the ­report without trying to confirm it themselves. Many touted it as the Holy Grail while inserting the ridiculous phrase, “if it’s true.”

Not so long ago, no respected journalist or news organization would go public with something unless they had enough evidence to reach the conclusion it was true. The bigger the story, the higher the threshold of necessary evidence.

Not Friday. Then the biggest possible story was presented with the least possible evidence. “If it’s true” is an admission of malpractice.


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President Trump Hammers Failing DNC Media:

Layoffs at BuzzFeed and HuffPost Are Due to ‘Fake News and Bad Journalism’


President Donald Trump said on Jan. 26 that the recent layoffs at BuzzFeed and HuffPost are the result of “fake news and bad journalism” and suggested that other outlets may suffer the same fate.

“Fake News and bad journalism have caused a big downturn. Sadly, many others will follow. The people want the Truth!” Trump wrote on Twitter.

BuzzFeed and HuffPost laid off more than 1,000 employees in the week leading up to the president’s message. BuzzFeed laid off 15 percent of its workforce, or about 200 staffers, according to a memo sent to employees obtained by The New York Post. Verizon, HuffPost’s parent company, announced a 7 percent workforce cut in its media group, which also contains Yahoo and AOL.

The president frequently criticizes the media for what many perceive as one-sided coverage of his presidency and false reporting. Days before the layoffs were announced at BuzzFeed, the office of special counsel Robert Mueller issued an unprecedented statement disputing a BuzzFeed story on Michael Cohen. HuffPost is known for regular negative coverage of virtually every aspect of the Trump presidency.

“CBS reports that in the Roger Stone indictment, data was ‘released during the 2016 Election to damage Hillary Clinton.’ Oh really! What about the Fake and Unverified ‘Dossier,’ a total phony con job, that was paid for by Crooked Hillary to damage me and the Trump Campaign?” the president wrote on Twitter.

. . . On Jan. 26, British newspaper The Telegraph issued an apology to First Lady Melania Trump for an article about her which “contained a number of false statements, which we accept should not have been published.” The Telegraph removed the article and noted that the newspaper agreed to pay substantial damages and legal costs.


1,000 laid off... means fewer people creating & spreading Lies about Trump & his presidency

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Scumbag, hack SJW fake journos getting fired everywhere


Vice Media Hit with Huge Layoffs, 250 Workers Let Go

Vice Media CEO Nancy Dubuc announced to employees Friday morning that the news outlet will slash its headcount by 10 percent as part of a “strategic” restructuring.

A Vice Media spokesperson told The Hollywood Reporter that 250 of its 2500 staffers will be let go to refocus its growth efforts in production and branded content. Employees from departments, including finance and IT, are expected to be impacted by the decision.

Dubuc, the former A+E chief, became CEO of Vice at the end of May, taking over for the company’s brash founder Shane Smith who announced in March that he would step back into the role of executive chairman. As the first outside CEO at the 25-year-old company, she is now tasked with helping it live up to the high expectations surrounding its $5.7 billion valuation and more than $1 billion in investments from the likes of Fox, Disney and TPG.

…As part of the changes Dubuc laid out for staff on Friday, Vice will restructure its global workforce from one siloed by each international office into one built around its five business priorities going forward: film and TV production unit Studios, its international News team, the digital business, the TV operation fueled by Vice’s relationship with HBO and ad agency Virtue. Administrative or support functions like human resources, legal and business development will report into VIce’s Brooklyn headquarters or a regional hub.

Vice Media’s announcement comes as BuzzFeed and the Huffington Post are still reeling from layoffs of their own. BuzzFeed announced in late January that it was cutting 15 percent of its jobs, or roughly 200 people, to trim expenses and achieve profitability. CEO Jonah Peretti wrote employees that the layoffs will help the media organization avoid having to once again raise money from investors. Days prior, Verizon announced it was slashing roughly 800 positions as it reorganizes its trouble media unit. At least 15 unionized staffers at the Huffington Post — owned by Verizon — were let go from the digital website, which also saw its entire opinion section eliminated.

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Vice Media Was Built on a Bluff - New York Magazine

Jun 10, 2018 - For almost 25 years, Shane Smith's plan for Vice Media was that, by the ... burdens that come with investors anxious to see their expensive bets pay off. ..... might terminate its relationship just as it had with Louis C.K. and the ...

Missing from the scene was Shane Smith, Vice’s co-founder, who shocked his employees and the media world in March by announcing that he was stepping aside as the company’s longtime CEO. Smith’s beard and Canadian drawl had become an avatar of the company, both on-camera, in Vice documentaries about drug gangs and warlords, and in front of corporate audiences, where he persistently declared the inevitability of his company’s global domination and landed deals with an aggressive sales pitch: Pay Vice to join its youth revolution or get left behind.

The pitch had worked to the point that Vice had grown from a free magazine to a company with 3,000 employees spread across a cable network, more than a dozen websites, two shows on HBO, an ad agency, a film studio, a record label, and a bar in London. Vice had become the tenth-highest-valued private company in America, according to CB Insights, at a valuation of $5.7 billion, and as recently as 2016, Smith had told The Wall Street Journal that by the end of the decade, Vice could be worth $50 billion.

The years since, however, have tested Smith’s long run of predicting extraordinary success and then realizing it. This past December, the New York Times published an investigation into sexual misconduct across the company, and two months later, the Journal reported that Vice had missed its annual revenue target by $100 million. With traffic to its sites growing modestly, and Viceland, its two-year-old cable channel, still struggling to deliver on Smith’s promise to bring millennials back to television, it was not unreasonable to wonder whether Vice truly did have a better hold on the attention of young people than any other company — and, if not, how it could possibly be worth so much money

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How Vice Media went from start-up to US$5.7 billion global behemoth ...

Apr 4, 2018 - Described by Punch as “not just a youth media company but a .... Reboot at Vice Media as co-founder Shane Smith steps down, his firm battered by harassment reports ... Foreign investors charge into China's commercial real estate as ... Companies · Markets · Property · Investor Relations · Mutual Funds ...
(how it seemed back in April last year, when the future looked so bright)

Hong Kong-born Tom Punch, the company’s chief creative officer, ponders how Vice can remain a ‘challenger brand’ having gone from a staff of 80 when he joined in 2012 to 3,000 globally now, as it looks to expand its Asia presence

The company that redefined current affairs for the millennial generation, Vice Media, is one of the most successful – and controversial – media brands to emerge in the past 25 years.

Founded in Montreal, Canada, in 1994, and known for producing youth-oriented content with a provocative edge, Vice has grown from local counterculture magazine to US$5.7 billion multi-platform global media enterprise in less time than much of its current audience have been alive.

Based in New York – in the hipster stronghold of Williamsburg in Brooklyn – since 2001, Vice’s growth over the past six years has been nothing short of stratospheric, a rise that has coincided with the tenure of Hong Kong-born Tom Punch, the company’s chief commercial and creative officer who is responsible for “bridging the worlds of content and commerce and revenue”.

In Hong Kong for the recent Great Festival of Innovation at the Asia Society, the affable Punch says Vice had a team of about 80 people when he joined in 2012. Now, the company has about 3,000 staff globally, including 1,500 in New York alone.

“It’s been a pretty dramatic shift,” he says.

This growth spurt has seen the company expand its digital offerings from news and technology to fashion, food and the arts, while simultaneously gaining a reputation for gutsy journalism on its self-titled HBO documentary series. Vice has also launched its own film production company, Vice Films, and creative agency, Virtue.

Described by Punch as “not just a youth media company but a media company that targets people with a youth mindset”, Vice’s tone and content have made it a distinctive voice in the media landscape, and it relies on a steady stream of young editors and content creators to act as “our bulls*** filter”, says Punch.

While Vice’s reputation for being provocative is well earned, Punch is adamant that this is never just for the sake of it, but rather in the service of connecting to its audience.

The age demographic of its audience has expanded along with the growth in Vice’s content channels. Punch says the average age of viewers if its television channel, Viceland, is about 42, but admits that “18 to 34 is probably still our sweet spot … If we’re not speaking to the 18-year-olds as they come of age, we have an issue”.

Vice’s rapid growth has come on the back of major investment that has seen the company’s value skyrocket: 21st Century Fox paid US$70 million for a 5 per cent share in 2013; Silicon Valley-based Technology Crossover Ventures and television group A&E Networks paid US$250 million each for 10 per cent stakes in 2014; Disney shelled out US$400 million for a 10 per cent share in 2015; and private equity firm TPG Capital invested US$450 million for an undisclosed slice of the company in mid-2017.

. . .

It’s not all been plain sailing for Vice, however, and the past few months have been tumultuous. In December, The New York Times broke a story about alleged sexual misconduct by senior Vice executives and a “boys club” culture at the company that fostered sexual harassment. This led to Vice firing three employees, parting ways with chief digital officer Mike Germano, and suspending the company’s president, Andrew Creighton, pending an ongoing investigation.

In February, Vice was hit with a class-action lawsuit that alleged the company was systematically underpaying female employees. In the aftermath of these scandals, Vice announced that its much-anticipated collaboration with Vogue, Project Vs, would be put on hold indefinitely.

. . .

Vice is also investing heavily in creating original scripted content – indeed, Punch is about to shoot a short film that he says reimagines the traditional Punch & Judy puppet show as a “a feminist revenge story”.

In addition, the company is stepping up the expansion of its global operations, with Asia as a major focus. In November, Vice announced it would open regional headquarters in Singapore, with the brand’s global general manager, Hosi Simon taking up the role of Vice Asia Pacific CEO. Vice India will also launch later this year with offices in Mumbai and Delhi, adding to existing outposts in Beijing, Jakarta, Shanghai and Tokyo.

“Over half the world’s millennials are in Asia. I think between China, Indonesia and India, it’s over a billion millennials,” says Punch. “It’s a huge opportunity for us.”

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All that B.S... and NO PROFITS !!!

In 2018, the company projected revenue to be between $600 million and $650 million (flat with 2017) and was expecting to lose $50 million, the Wall Street Journal reported. One recent loss for Vice: Its weekly documentary program on HBO is ending after six years.1 day ago

Vice Media Layoffs: 10% of Staff, or 250 Employees, Getting Cut ...

/ 3 /  Broken promises? = Writedowns
In June 2017, Vice secured a $450-million investment from private-equity firm TPG Capital to increase spending on scripted programming and ongoing international expansion. As a result of the deal, Vice Media was valued at $5.7 billion.[51] In September 2018 , Disney wrote down its investment in Vice by $157 million. Disney would acquire Fox's stake in Vice when its acquisition of 21st Century Fox is completed.
/ 4 / Can she deliver?
Nov 1, 2018 - The newly installed chief executive of Vice Media announced the company will be profitable by “the next fiscal year.”

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... after mass failings of fake news "journalists"

Scott Adams: The News is Becoming Friendlier to President Trump Lately

Border budget negotiators report they might approve 2Billion
Tell us what the EXPERTS say we need, and what it costs
Is what you’re approving…what the experts say is needed?
Nobody cares about “percentages of crime”, when they’re a victim
I’ve been robbed but it’s okay. I’m in a low crime area
Annexing Mexico into America, should we?
The cartels are running the country to a large degree
“Turnaround Groups” for stabilization of failing countries?
UN controlled, a country applies to them for assistance
A neutral organization of turnaround specialists goes in
Limited time, they do a government reorganization
NO outside military presence imposing new government
Mike Cernovich and the New Green Deal
Mike says the New Green Deal is brilliant
They’re big ideas that we have no idea how to accomplish
The fact that it’s impossible is what focuses energy

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Maybe they should have big D tatooed on their foreheads, for being such Dunces & supporting something so wrong-headed

as AOC's ridiculous, & poorly thought out "Green New Deal" > in real life: A Red outrage

New York Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joined climate protesters during a sit-in late last year in soon-to-be House speaker Nancy Pelosi's office.

New York Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joined climate protesters during a sit-in late last year in soon-to-be House speaker Nancy Pelosi's office.

The Journos who supported the Dumb Dingbat, or covered up for her,

SHOULD GET AN "F" for Failure to do their jobs

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