(PG-13: Language) Here we go again. The FCC wants less regulation of US internet service providers, even though it’s long been proven that given the chance, ISPs will create unfair situations for their competitors and customers. Speak your mind, America.
Last Week Tonight
(PG-13: Language) Last Week Tonight takes on the formidable fortresses of douchebaggery that are multilevel marketing companies. With lobbyists and money on their side, it’s up to us to raise awareness about their employees-as-customers pyramid (shaped) schemes.
(PG-13: Language) Last Week Tonight takes on credit reports, i.e. quantified prejudice. If there are errors in a credit company’s report, the burden of correcting those is inexplicably placed on the victims. So the show gave these vile companies a dose of their own medicine.
(PG-13: Language) Last Week Tonight looks at daily fantasy sports companies, which let you bet – and win – real money on short term performances of athletes or teams. They’re using a legal loophole so that they won’t be classified as gambling, and remain unregulated.
(PG-13: Language) Last Week Tonight looks at government policies and stigmas that make it very hard for even low-level offenders in the US to rehabilitate, causing many of them to eventually end up in jail once again – an inefficient and most of all inhumane system.
(PG-13: Language) Last Week Tonight indulges in the dying tradition of gossiping about one’s neighbor. On the eve of the Canadian federal election, LWT takes a look at the candidates for prime minister and urges Canadians to stop supporting the incumbent Stephen Harper.