I've Come To Talk With You Again
People (see below) are talking about The Washington Post's new slogan (or old slogan that they're now putting up front): "Democracy Dies in Darkness"
If they're unhappy with Trump, too bad. Their job is their job, and they should go about it in a vigorous yet disinterested manner, whether they like the candidate (which they don't, along with almost every other major paper in the country) or not, and whether they believe the president appreciates them or not.
Putting up the slogan, then, comes across as self-pitying, self-righteous, arrogant and vainglorious. And because it implies Trump is a threat, it feeds the suspicion that they can't be fair, which is part of what caused their problem in the first place. If they believe in what they're saying, they should prove it in action, not whine about it.
A much better motto comes from Faber College: "Knowledge Is Good." Now there's something I can get behind.