Will still give automatic weapons to mentally ill kids though
Strapped for an idea of stopping kids shooting up schools that do not involve some gun control, President Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump is thinking of tougher censorship rules on violent movies and computer games.
We didn't see this one coming
You don't usually expect the Right to nationalise anything, but Donald (Prince of Orange) is thinking about nationalising the 5G network to make America great again.
Masterful sales person flogs imaginary aircraft to ally
The shy and retiring US President Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump has been telling the world how he managed to sell Norway F-52 fighter jets.
Might allow the carriers to slow it down by half
As part of its programme of reducing costs for monopolistic carriers, Donald “Prince of Orange” Trump’s FCC is looking at allowing the internet to become slower so that carriers don’t have to invest too much.
Comment: But the rebellion has begun
Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump's communications watchdog the FCC has decided to dismantle one of the key planks that made the Internet Great – net neutrality.
Make it easier for Russians to access
US comedy president Donald (prince of orange) Trump is apparently very enthusiastic about shoving lots of government data onto the clouds.
Don’t help another right-wing government purge foreigners
IBM, the company which once helped Nazi Germany efficiently genocide Jews, communists, and Roma is now being asked not to help another right-wing government purge foreigners from its borders.
Not for long but it was worth it
For 11 minutes a Twitter employee managed to do something that no-one has managed for nearly two years – get Donald Trump to shut up.
Worried that they might be conspiring against him
A plan to insist that car makers should ship products that allowed each car to talk to each other so that their computers could avoid collisions has been scrapped by Donald "Prince of Orange" Trump.
So stop asking questions about it
The server computer at the centre of a lawsuit digging into dodgy cyber-security practices during the US presidential election has been wiped to stop people asking questions about it.