Steve Bannon Criticizes Murdoch, Says His Media Empire Is Swapping Trump For DeSantis

“Fox News, Wall Street Journal, New York Post, Times of London, The Sun etc etc all against Trump,” Bannon wrote Wednesday on the right-wing social media platform Gettr. He also attacked the Murdoch family as “Australians throughout England, not Americans” who “have never sacrificed anything for this country.” Murdoch became a US citizen in 1984. … Read more

Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall are divorcing

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch and actress Jerry Hall are divorcing, the New York Times reported Wednesday, citing two people familiar with the matter. Murdoch married Hall in a low-key ceremony in central London in March 2016. The Fox Corp chairman and his former supermodel wife were a frequent source for the tabloids, which recounted their … Read more

Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall are reportedly splitting

In must-have news for writers of Succession shredding their scripts for season four, jerryhall Y Rupert Murdock they are supposedly divorcing after six years of marriage, for The New York Times. The News Corp mogul and the former supermodel married in a ceremony in March 2016, and Hall, who has children with Mick jagger, she … Read more

Dump Trump? DeSantis fever is spreading through Murdoch’s media empire

On Monday, from the pages of your weekly New York Post column, morgan piers He picked up a grenade, pulled out the pin, and tossed it in the direction of Mar-a-Lago. “rum desantis is proving to be a formidable and dynamic political operator,” Morgan wrote of the 43-year-old Florida governor and presumptive 2024 presidential candidate. … Read more

Destruction of Rebel Wilson rights exposes decline in media decency

the Sydney Morning Herald (SMH) the treatment of Rebel Wilson is a shocking and dirty reminder of just how low the media establishment has sunk in recent years. In one word, SMH threatened to “bring out” Rebel Wilson’s sexuality if she didn’t give them an exclusive comment and when Wilson chose to come out herself … Read more

It could be hot and cooking on gas… if only it wasn’t 95.7% foreign owned!

The cost of living is through the roof as petrol prices make it difficult for Australians to stay warm this winter. Workers must stand firm against foreign interests and reserve domestic supply. Dave Donovan discusses how we got to this cold, dark place. AS WINTER COMES and energy prices rise, the incoming federal government takes … Read more

Namarong: Bold Renovation Helps Raise Armadale’s Price Record

A historic Armadale mansion bought and sold by prominent Melbourneans has set a new price record for the leafy southeastern inner suburb. A historic Armadale mansion bought and sold by prominent Melbourneans has set a new price record for the leafy southeastern inner suburb. Namarong, at 52 Hampden Rd, fetched an undisclosed sum beyond its … Read more

LeBron James is officially a billionaire

Lebron JamesPhoto: fake images “In the next 15 or 20 years, I hope to be the richest man in the world”, LeBron James said to Tim Withers of the Associated Press in 2005. “That’s one of my goals. I want to be a billionaire. I want to get to a position where generation after generation … Read more

Play devil’s advocate or become the antichrist: a dilemma on the ABC

ABC anchors seem caught in the framework of the previous coalition government’s national narrative, writes Paul Begley. DURING THE WINTER of 2021, I wrote a complaint to ABC about a Lisa Millar news breakfast Interview with Victorian Prime Minister Daniel Andrews. The crux of the complaint during a COVID lockdown touched on Millar’s insistence on … Read more

Conventional journalists do not tell the truth to power

In their attempts to legitimize power, mainstream journalists have become political puppets and have created a lack of trust in the media, writes Dr. Jennifer Wilson. THE NON-VIOLENT TACTICE of speaking truth to power was a focus of the struggle of black Americans in the 1950s for equal rights and racial equality in the US … Read more