Laura Ingraham hosted Thomas Lifson of the American Thinker on the Comcast - Time Warner merger.
Lifson said the future of communications is cable/broadband television and Internet and now Comcast has the lion's share of the market and also has its own content providers such as MSNBC and other liberal content. They can fix the markets as far as how much they can charge customers. This is a clear case for antitrust lawsuits. He cited Netflix as another threat to cable television and that Comcast could limit their access.