A decade after being convinced the disorder of the world could be transcended with smart power, journalists staged a “die in” at the company’s printing plant.
Nobel-winning economist Paul Krugman tweeted today that someone has “compromised my fax machine and is using it to download child pornography.”
In addition to daily musings, subscribers will get live fax transcripts of Krugman’s upcoming debate with Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang.
In the crazy years, we must hold the newspaper of record accountable. The Sacramento Brie sent its investigative team to Syria to discover the true facts.
“CAP is just a bunch of capitalist sellouts,” said the Editor in Chief. “I can’t believe Trump broke us and I’m learning to code.”
“A man needs an opinion about a woman’s uterus like a fish needs a bicycle,” said male feminist protester Auden Finch. “I’m outraged on behalf of all women.”
McClatchy CEO said “use of ‘scare quotes’ hasn’t risen above 37 percent since the AP Stylebook ordered every editor to use ‘undocumented’ instead of ‘illegal.'”