Outrage One: Cursor notes that
"that the Tribune-owned Baltimore Sun and Newsday have recently closed, or
may close, bureaus in Beijing, Mexico City and London, which the Sun had
maintained since 1924." Unfortunately, this is simply the latest in a trend of
American newspapers closing foreign news bureaus.
Outrage Two: The Tribune's ombudsman finally wrote an op-ed worth reading, and then seven days later announced his resignation from the Tribune.
Outrage Three: Guess what Evanston resident and Tribune
president got himself
a pay raise? Well done, Dennis. I'm sure that'll all but cement your
special place in hell.
Gosh, this makes you so angry, it almost makes you to want to do something about it. Well, here's a national call for action.
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