Workers are taking to the streets with pickets, outraged at the "damaging effects [of] proposed healthcare cuts and pay limits." Their act of protest, they intone, is "an event of national significance." France? Nope, it's the Wall Street Journal. In the stirring words of the walkout memo:
It is not every day that reporters for such an august, conservative publication leave their desks and take to the streets—and to the floor of the annual meeting—to protest publicly and to warn shareholders and directors that the newspaper is on a dangerous path.