TO EXPAND STAFF, COVER MORE NEWS, AND ENSURE LONGEVITY
by Sharon Rondeau
(Feb. 28, 2012) — The Post & Email has upgraded to a new theme, and by now most of you can see that the subscriber-only feature has been activated so that the newspaper’s survival is guaranteed financially, we can hire staff to cover a wider variety of news topics, and will have better protection of our copyrighted work.
For those who assisted us during our December fundraiser and the hosting emergency from January 26 through February 6, 2012, automatic subscriptions will be activated at the level at which each person gave. I am hoping to have all of those names entered into the system today so those readers can access the newspaper almost immediately.
Anyone who has now subscribed at the $24.00/year or $36.00/year levels can now terminate monthly Paypal subscriptions initiated prior to the change so he or she is not paying twice. The other options can be carried out monthly or annually, the latter of which offers two months at no charge in exchange for an up-front annual subscription.
Level 4 will include our “Inner Circle Club,” which will involve an hour-long monthly phone conference with a knowledgeable constitutionally-oriented guest.
Level 5 is the “Blogger’s Special,” and includes everything from the previous four levels plus allows a blogger to repost an unlimited number of articles from The Post & Email in full for one year.
For those who would like to subscribe by check, you may do so by sending it to:
The Post & Email
P.O. Box 195
Stafford Springs, CT 06076
Please indicate “Subscription” on the check and indicate the level you are selecting. Your name will then be entered in manually as described above.
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Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.