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An Immodest Proposal: Must we now pull the death shroud over the face of satire?

Here's a big NO from an occasional practitioner

Should news content mocking current events in satirical fashion, such as the Feb. 9, 2024 print edition's syndicated editorial cartoon and column about the "Taylor Swift conspiracy," carry what amounts to a content warning? Alas, it's probably now a fair question, but the answer is no, argues Ron Judd.
By Ron Judd Executive Editor
Content warning: The following treatise may contain satire, including things INTENTIONALLY OVERSTATE
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