For many fans of David Wiley Miller’s “Non Sequitur” comic strip, their first reaction is “I’ll cancel my subscription”. We understand, but this won’t be a very effective step because the paper isn’t really directly financially supported by subscriptions, Advertising is what directly funds the paper but by organizing a boycott against the advertisers you will get Valles attention fast.
Contact the advertisers directly and let them know you’ll be making a different purchasing choice because of the political censorship employed by the Times-Standard
Valles hasn’t been shy about owning his censorship but he’s not being completely truthful “I pulled the plug myself”. “And I didn’t do it because Miller was signaling his distaste for Trump.” “This isn’t about politics” Really? Sure sounds like politics to us. To claim it was about an illegible little F-bomb hidden in a little Easter egg that could barely even be seen with a magnifying glass is clearly just an excuse.