I just sent Mark Lloyd a two word email.
He should be next on the hit list.
I doubt it was *God Bless*
In 2006 while at the liberal Center for American Progress Lloyd wrote a book entitled, Prologue to a Farce: Communications and Democracy in America. In the book he presents the idea the private broadcasters (private business) should pay a licensing fees which equals their total operating costs so that public broadcasting station can spend the same on their operations as the private companies do.
So for instance, your favorite soft rock station has to pay the gubmint a tax that is equal to their entire operating budget, then Lloyd wants to use that money to fund his Commie radio stations.
Do you think that music station could stay in business very long having to spend twice as much to operate?
Frequently referencing one of his heroes, left-wing activist Saul Alinsky, Lloyd claims in his book that the history of American communications policy has been one of continued corporate control of every form of communication from the telegraph to the Internet.
I hope those two words were “you’re next”.