The Post & Email Thanks You and Asks a Favor


by Sharon Rondeau

(Apr. 28, 2011) —The Post & Email’s readership has doubled in the last two months, and we are attempting to keep pace with the explosive growth as best we can.  To accommodate this tremendous upsurge in readers, we must tune things up a bit and buy some new equipment.

This message is not a solicitation for funds, but rather, is meant as an informal newsletter of sorts.

Many of you have left comments or sent emails to the editor’s mailbox ( asking why your comments have not been published.  Please understand that I may not be able to answer each concern individually, as over 400 emails of various types are coming in each day.  However, readers should know that as long as your comment follows our posted comment policy, our intent is to moderate and publish it.  The news is occurring so quickly at this point that every minute counts; therefore, getting out the news will take precedence over publishing comments.

Additionally, many comments have not been making it into moderation.  Please do not be offended if you never see your comment published.  I have found that many of them do not show up at all for some reason.  While I have had this checked by our webmaster, a cause has not been identified as of yet, and our maintenance budget is exhausted at present.

The most important thing is for us to continue pressing Obama and his criminal cohorts for more and more disclosure.  Therefore, while comments are welcome, in my opinion, it is more important for our readers to be writing out criminal complaints, calling the U.S. attorney in Knoxville, TN to urge him to take action on the criminal complaint for treason against Obama which has already been filed, and keeping ourselves focused on the big picture.  Whether or not a comment makes it to publication is less important than someone taking action which could result in those who have destroyed our Constitution to be brought to justice.  We can never assume that someone else will do it.  We are all in this together.  “It’s going to take large numbers of people” to return our country to constitutional governance.

I do want to thank everyone who has recently contributed to the discussions with courtesy, respect for others, and additional research.  Given the amount of activity on Wednesday, April 27, I was extremely impressed with the caliber of everyone’s contributions.  As is our policy, Obot comments and those containing profanity or personal insults will not be published.  We Americans are the best people in the world, and we can demonstrate that every day, anyplace, at any time, including at The Post & Email.

Please also know that I receive all telephone messages but at this point can rarely answer back personally.  If possible, I will answer by email unless the matter absolutely requires a person-to-person conversation.  The focus of The Post & Email is to gather and publish the news, and most of our energies must be placed there.

Recently we have received advertisements from some new companies and are very proud that they have chosen The Post & Email  to display their products and services.  We also have  prospective advertisers submitting inquiries regularly due to our higher readership.  We ask that you support these fine businesses as much as possible, as they are keeping your newspaper running!  When you patronize them, you are helping all of us.

Thank you for your support of The Post & Email.



9 Responses to "The Post & Email Thanks You and Asks a Favor"

  1. Bob1939   Thursday, April 28, 2011 at 1:43 PM

    I have got to say that since I have found TP&E, it not only has become my number one resource for honest and reliable news, but because of the shameful-LSM, it now seems to be my only source for accurate news reporting. And I thank you Sharon for all that you do (24/7), including your honourable mention of the contributors, readers and advertisers. I like others herein, offer you my assistance in any way that I can. I always do promote TP&E to everyone I meet, in many different ways; God Bless You, your Family, and your work.
    Mrs. Rondeau replies: Well, thank you, sir, and I wish you the same. I am deeply blessed.

  2. Greg Goss   Thursday, April 28, 2011 at 12:55 PM

    Congrats, I do know what hard work it is….

  3. Duke-Jinx   Thursday, April 28, 2011 at 12:49 PM

    Sharon… as for the ‘post not posting’ issue … I have noticed that refreshing the page prior to hitting the Post Comment button… seems to eliminate the problem.

    Possibly a ‘time out’ error in your script.

    As you know, I’ve been here since you started all this. You have come along way… and I/we do thank you for your perseverance. Your work product… is what you make it to be.
    Mrs. Rondeau replies: Thank you for the tip and your support.

  4. Lloyd in California   Thursday, April 28, 2011 at 12:21 PM

    I too, like others here find your Post & Email to be the best news source for anyone interested in the American way of life and those that are actively trying to destroy it. I like to think that I am partially responsible for the growth your newpaper is receiving as I forward almost every publication not to mention taking action by writing those you identify for us. Amnesty International for the Southern Region (covering Tennessee) has just replied that they will be looking into the issues in the prisons you and Walter Fitzpatrick have reported on because you inspire people to take action. I add my thanks to the many you get for all of your herculean work. May God grant us your continued health and success.

    Semper Fi
    Mrs. Rondeau replies: Thank you, sir.

  5. Jedi Pauly   Thursday, April 28, 2011 at 9:56 AM

    Thank You Sharon.

    I am so happy that things are growing here at the Post and Email. I would like to think that it is partly due to all of the fabulous articles that are submitted by patriots from around the country that you have been publishing, as well as your wonderful investigative reporting and articles. Good Job to all of us who have helped to make this site what it is, and for helping Sharon to grow the Post and Email News.

  6. kingskid   Thursday, April 28, 2011 at 9:47 AM

    Sharon, I am praying for God to give you the strength to keep going on. This battle we are in to save our country is emotionally, spiritually, and physically challenging. May your strength be from day to day, and may God honor His character by exposing the lies and deception that have held sway in this country for nearly three years. You and TPE have been an essential tool in getting to the truth of what matters!
    Mrs. Rondeau replies: Thank you, and in no way was I complaining. We do want the truth.

  7. AuntieMadder   Thursday, April 28, 2011 at 8:52 AM

    Mrs Rondeau, if The Post & Email News could use some help with comment moderation, sign me up as a volunteer. I read most every comment posted here anyway, so except for having to endure the comments fit only for the trash bin, I can’t imagine that reading them from the “awaiting moderation” queue would make much difference to me. And helping out would be a way for me to contribute or to give back to P&E News since time, unlike money, is something I have to spare. This offer doesn’t have an expiration date, so If I can help out now or some time down the road, just let me know.
    Mrs. Rondeau replies: Thank you, Auntie; I may take you up on that or something similar.

  8. John Sutherland   Thursday, April 28, 2011 at 8:50 AM

    I second the One Pissed-off Vietnam Vet’s comments. Thank you for your service to the patriots in America.

  9. One Pissed-off Vietnam Vet   Thursday, April 28, 2011 at 7:21 AM

    Hey S, This poor and lost soul would be doubly so if it wasn’t for your hard work as the editor. I know that you get to bring your laptop home with you, but, never the less, even though you may be often working from home, you ARE still working, and I know that you’ve worked many a Sunday.
    I thank you for the quality of the Post because I know, from my own newspaper days, that the end result reflects the character of the editor.
    This Vet salutes you.
    Mrs. Rondeau replies: Thank you, sir. I work seven days a week.

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