Demo at LA Times against Koch Brothers, April 1, 2 PM
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Subject: Monday, the Koch Bros, and the doorstep of the LA Times
We thought this message from our friends at Courage Campaign was important enough to pass along:
Dear MoveOn member,
More than 100,000 people have signed our petition demanding the Tribune Company keep the L.A. Times out of the hands of the right-wing Koch brothers. Now we're taking the fight straight to their door.
Can you join Courage Campaign, Daily Kos and MoveOn members at 2 p.m. on Monday, April 1, at the offices of the Los Angeles Times to deliver your signatures?
Yes, I'll be there!
We're not only taking to the streetswe're taking to the pages of the Times itself.
As we make our voices heard in person, an ad paid for by Courage and DailyKos members opposing the potential sale will be running in the print edition of the Monday Times. We cannot allow another newspaper version of Fox News to become a reality.
RSVP and join us on April 1. We will deliver signatures and tell the Los Angeles Times: "Do not sell a respected, independent newspaper to climate change deniers, Tea Party funders, and election buyers. We won't stand for another Fox News."
I wouldn't miss it.
Thanks for all you're doing,
Adam, along with Christian, Aidan, Annie, Anthony, Caitlin, Eddie, Gabe, Jacob C., Jacob W., Loretta, Michael, Rick, Sarah, and Scottie (the Courage team)
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