Mr. Peck was the "conservative" voice of the CA's editorial board, which says volumes about the paper and their agenda. I won't miss him or the CA when they are gone. Those with true talent (Geoff Calkins for example) will find work elsewhere. Those who owed their employment to their race or gender will likely flounder. Some other entity will step up to fill the gap and we will forget the CA ever existed, much like we have forgotten the Press Scimitar.
As a final note, when Chris had a chance to retain me as a customer, he chose not to respond to my phone calls and emails. My one subscription didn't end his career and the run of the CA, but his attitude did. I didn't want a conservative paper, just one that acknowledged there was another side and treated that side fairly. I've still got a job, and most at the CA won't in a few more months. So who won, Mr. Peck?
By Louis Goggans
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