Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Paul Conrad occupied the prime spot on the Los Angeles Times op-ed page from 1964 to 1993, and I know from signing books next to him that he remains popular in L.A. (His latest, an autobiography called I, Con, is coming from my publisher, Angel City Press.) These days his cartoons are syndicated four days a week by Tribune Media Services. His most recent, left, makes a statement about what's going on at his former newspaper.
Conrad makes his point
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