Does the U.S. Gov Roll over for Corporate Interests?

The U.S. Government should take some measures to defend democracy and the marketplace of ideas directly. To allow corporations to be the primary social media for citizen political speech is absolutely daft. They concern themselves with writers having neutral opinions undisturbing to their masters.

Television studios cost millions of dollars but a few gigs of digital space very little- the government spends more on toilet paper than it would for a web server hosting 320 million citizens free expression and security domains of very modest size for citizens with a social security number.

The constitution was largely written more than two centuries ago. Free speech was being censored by private and global interests today. The government should feign an interest in being modern sometimes rather than rolling over as mutts for special private interests with deep pockets.