Please Consider a Year-End Subscription to The Post & Email

STRONG SUPPORT NEEDED TO CONTINUE INVESTIGATIONS AND REPORTING

by Sharon Rondeau

(Dec. 12, 2011) — As 2011 draws to a close, please remember that this citizen-run newspaper is in need of your support to continue operating.

We understand all too well that money is extremely tight right now, and millions are out of work.  Self-employed individuals have been particularly hard-hit.  This message is not meant for those struggling to feed, clothe, and keep themselves warm this winter.  However, subscriptions have dropped off sharply with the poor economy, and three regular donors’ Paypal subscriptions were just inexplicably suspended.

Running The Post & Email is more than a full-time job; it is a dedication to exposing the corruption in government which has led to the Obama debacle and a complicit Congress which refuses to break its wall of silence about his ineligibility to serve as president.  Interviewing, obtaining court documents, maintaining recording equipment, maintaining the website and preparing factual reports all require time and, unfortunately, funding.

We intend to pursue the Karen Caldwell, Jeff Baron, Obama’s eligibility and background, and Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III cases until constitutional justice is served.  This will include updates on state ballot challenges, cases brought by Atty. Orly Taitz and others, and reports of fraud and forgery.  There are many others still waiting to tell their stories of corruption in the hope that justice will someday prevail.

The Post & Email will be offering a special free gift to anyone giving $100 or more between now and December 31, 2011 at midnight.

Our “Subscription” button is located below the graphic on the lower-right front page asking for your support, and another is located on the inner pages of our articles.  Please note that if you would like to send a check by surface mail, we have a new address, which is:

The Post & Email
P.O. Box 195
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Also, please support our advertisers, who help to keep this paper online.

Thank you to all of you who have supported the newspaper over the last two years, and particularly recently during these times of economic hardship for many.

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