The Post & Email (www.thepostemail.com) is a new media initiative begun in August 2009 to perform the investigative work which the mainstream media has neglected to do for at least the last three decades. Since its founding, The Post & Email has been on the forefront in its reporting of the Obama identity/eligibility issue. We have striven to present a new model for news publication in which citizens from all over the nation and world can submit reports and editorials and speak the truth without the restrictions or doctrinaire principles of Socialism and Marxism. We are committed to a Free Press for a New Generation, of the people, by the people, and for the people.
To contact us by standard mail, write to:
The Post & Email
P.O. Box 113
Canterbury, CT 06331-0113
John Charlton, Founder
Mr. Charlton is a natural born American Citizen and devout Christian who founded The Post & Email as an act of faith in Christ Jesus: in order to give the common man a vehicle to report the news in his own words to the world. He believes that our country belongs to the people, and that the best natural protection for it, is that the people be given a voice in the public forum. Mr. Charlton is not a registered member of any political party, though he is a staunch opponent of Communism and Fascism. He started The Post & Email as a blog in August 2009 and converted it to an electronic newspaper in December of that year.
Sharon Rondeau, Owner/Editor
Mrs. Rondeau is a natural born American Citizen who began researching the eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama during the 2008 election cycle. She has been operating The Post & Email since April 2010 following Mr. Charlton’s departure. She earned a B.A. from Eastern Connecticut State University in 1986 summa cum laude and acquired a background in word processing, transcription, writing and office skills instruction over the next 15 years.
Her ten-year career at a Hartford, CT insurance company ended abruptly in February 2001 after she was permanently injured as the result of a rear-end car accident.
As The Post & Email’s editor, Ms. Rondeau writes daily reports focusing on government corruption; reviews and publishes editorials from syndicated and guest writers; and screens citizen submissions for quality, accuracy, and adherence to the high standards of the newspaper.
Sharon is also an accomplished concert harpist with more than 28 years of experience performing in a wide variety of venues including solo, small ensemble and orchestral. In 1998 she released a CD, “Celtic Reflections,” and in 2009, a collection of her arrangements of Scottish folk songs was published by Mel Bay.
For those submitting Letters to the Editor, Blogs-of-the-Day, Editorials and other materials, The Post & Email reserves the right to accept or reject any submission and to make any revisions to the submission before publication. Each submission will be proofread for content, grammar, spelling, punctuation and appropriateness for our newspaper. Please make sure to cite all sources with appropriate links and always describe events in your own words. It is neither acceptable nor legal to copy another’s work and submit it as one’s own. The Post & Email can be held liable for any plagiarism published on its pages, whether intended or unintended.
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The Post & Email will have the final word on any changes made to submissions upon publication. Anyone in disagreement with this policy should not submit items for consideration.
With very rare exceptions, and excluding our “Blog of the Day,” we do not accept articles which have been published on other blogs or news sites. We seek original material from citizen contributors and a number of syndicated writers. We do not publish internet chain mails or copyrighted material from other websites. Large amalgamations of graphics cannot be uploaded to our interface.
Because of the volume of editorials we receive, we do not exceed one article published each day by the same author.
Editorial writers own the copyright to their work and may publish it anywhere they wish. The Post & Email will always provide a link back to the author’s website if applicable.
The Post & Email maintains a child-friendly publication policy which precludes submissions on adult topics or containing suggestive written or graphical content. Please do not submit pieces containing obscenities, vulgarities or with references to topics inappropriate for a 12-year-old.
Articles promoting a political candidate, product, service or company are not acceptable unless submitted as a paid advertisement at an agreed-upon rate and terms. All submissions of this nature must meet our family-friendly standards.
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