Media: Amusing bitter rant.
|Mercifully, Mr. McClatchy passed away in May and did not live to see the Sacramento-based company that bore his name disgrace his legacy by dumping its largest newspaper -- the most important one between Chicago and the West Coast, the one that serves 5 million Minnesotans and that can be a conscience, a scold, a cheerleader and an interpreter of life on the tundra.|
The interpreter always seemed to fall on the left and protected those like Keith Ellison who had questions that the conscience of the tundra if it were a fair and objective newspaper would have answered instead of scolding those who did ask the questions about the person you became a cheerleader for during the elections.
Considering McClatchy sold the Red Star at a major loss. The question you should be asking is why has the value of this paper gone down so much perception and circulation wise that they saw you as a drag on the company.