Three generous readers are eager to turbocharge this fundraiser. So if you haven’t have the chance to donate yet, please take advantage of this “double your donations” challenge!
This donor trio teamed up to issue a challenge for this fundraiser. They will match the next 30 donations of $100 (and multiples of $100 like $200 )up to their match total. Make their magnimous offer a rousing success by going to our donation page now!
Readers have penned notes of appreciation, and we thought we’d share some of them: From furnace:
There really is no other place like here. I’m both a new reader and a new commenter, and I will say I was looking for a long time for a place with high standards for discussion as well as no tolerance for bullshit. It’s remarkably difficult to find places like that.
You certainly are doing your part in shining light upon the injustices around us and connecting, via the commentariat, a whole host of people who do care. You provide such a valuable gift to us. If your head is swelling a bit over my praise, that’s okay. You, Lambert, and the others who contribute to NC deserve it!
You are much needed in these crazy times. Thank you again for all you do.
And Fiery Hunt:
I hope Yves understands how invaluable her thought-provoking articles are for those us still trying to understand the world’s governments…
And yeah, the best commentariat….Yves’ single greatest achievement is to attract brilliant people to suppliment her own brillant biting insight.
[Yves blushes modestly]
$100 on its way, with appreciation and wishing it could be more. You guys make my morning!
You can make your contribution here, via check, debit or credit card, or PayPal. If you give by check (we like checks!), be sure to let us know by e-mailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org with “Dynamic Duo Challenge” in the subject line.
Thanks to these three benefactors for their generosity, and I hope readers will respond in kind.
And if $100 is a stretch for you, don’t let that stop you from making a donation if you’ve been planning to but haven’t had time yet. Every contribution helps us meet our goals. And the other important way to help is by telling others about our work, whether in person to friends, family, and colleagues, or in social media like Facebook and Twitter. So I hope you’ll take him up on his fundraiser challenge in whatever way you can!