Courage Campaign in the News

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On May 9, 2013, Courage Campaign and its partner at Forecast the Facts launched a month-long advertising swarm on both LATimes.com and NYTimes.com, targeting LA-area readers to warn them that their newspaper is about to become the next FOX News if the Tribune Company is sold to the right-wing Koch Brothers. The New York Times' Adam Nagourney and Christine Haughney cover the advertising buy and our campaign in this piece.
In this segment on Northern California's NPR affiliate (KQED), during The Forum with Michael Krasny, guests discuss Courage Campaign's efforts to save the Los Angeles Times from the Koch brothers.
The Christian Science Monitor covers the statement of Chair and Founder Rick Jacobs concerning the new proposal from the Boy Scouts to permit openly gay scouts to participate.
In this piece, the Wall Street Journal covers the petition signatures gathered by Courage Campaign and Daily Kos in opposition to a sale of the Tribune Company and its newspapers, including the Los Angeles Times, to the right-wing Koch brothers.
The AP covers our efforts to end campaign donations to the four Senate Democrats who voted against background checks for gun purchases.
The Advocate, America's leading LGBT newsmagazine, covers our statement concerning a proposal to permit openly gay scouts in the Boy Scouts, but still deny gays from becoming scout leaders.
The Chronicle covers the statement of Chair and Founder Rick Jacobs concerning the just-announced proposal to permit openly gay scouts.
ABC News covers Courage's member pledge to not donate to any of the 4 Democrats who voted against background checks -- or the party committees which support them.
The Chron covers our campaign member pledge to not donate to any of the 4 Senate Democrats who voted against gun background checks -- nor the party committees who support them.
After 4 Democratic Senators voted against background checks for gun purchases, Courage launched an online pledge to not donate to any of the 4 -- nor the party committees who support them. After tens of thousands quickly signed the pledge, MSNBC covered the campaign.

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