Austin Beutner, Publisher Who Probably Ordered My Firing at the Behest of the LAPD/LAPPL, Fired from LA Times

Austin Beutner, the billionaire M&A king who probably ordered my firing as editorial cartoonist of The Los Angeles Times, has been dismissed by Tribune Publishing, the Times’ parent company.

Mainstream media reports attribute the reason for Beutner’s firing to a “culture clash” between Tribune’s desire for centralized corporate control and his preference to run things from SoCal.

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Ted Rall is the political cartoonist at ANewDomain.net, editor-in-chief of SkewedNews.net, a graphic novelist and author of many books of art and prose, and an occasional war correspondent. He is the author of the biography "Trump," to be published in July 2016.

4 thoughts on “Austin Beutner, Publisher Who Probably Ordered My Firing at the Behest of the LAPD/LAPPL, Fired from LA Times

  1. Well – I guess this billionaire is really feeling bad now, huh? I’d guess he can just pack up his yachts and billions and just go home with his tail between his luxury items. S0 – finally there has been a result from your protests against the obviously ridiculous reason for your firing. To tell you the truth, I wouldn’t want to be re-instated as a cartoonist for the Times – they have already proven over and over that they are just a part of the problem. Losers, as The Donald would say – Big Losers and Weak!

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