Welcome, World!!

AND THANK YOU…

by Sharon Rondeau

(Oct. 19, 2015) — The Post & Email’s editor is pleased to announce that the free-access platform contemplated in June and funded in July is now fully implemented, allowing all readers who visit to read our material completely free of charge.

For those who are new to our site, The Post & Email was founded by John Charlton in late August 2009, launched as a WordPress single-column blog. Mr. Charlton’s motivation was the unanswered questions surrounding the life story, birthplace, identity and constitutional eligibility of the man who calls himself “President” Barack Hussein Obama.

Those questions have yet to be answered, and The Post & Email will continue to report the truth as it emerges. Unlike other Internet newspapers, we have not been afraid to research and address this issue, including conducting two exclusive interviews with Maricopa County Cold Case Posse lead investigator Michael Zullo.

On March 1, 2012, Zullo and Maricopa County Sheriff Joseph M. Arpaio announced at a press conference that Obama’s Selective Service registration form and long-form birth certificate, the latter of which was posted on the White House website on April 27, 2011, are “computer-generated forgeries.”

The mainstream media has been virtually silent on the posse’s findings and appears to have gone to great lengths to shield Obama and his “documentation” from scrutiny.

In December 2009, Charlton relaunched The Post & Email as an online newspaper, broadening subject categories to National, States, World, Military, and many others, including our popular Editorial column.

Over the ensuing 2+ years, our readership grew exponentially, as did the cyber-attacks which resulted in frequent downtime.  Our website host at the time was either unable or unwilling to resolve the problem.

On February 28, 2012, The Post & Email was forced to relaunch on an all-subscription platform resulting from a costly dedicated server with a new company. Within 60 days, the publication’s editor made a decision to add a free, or “pro bono,” level for those who wished to read our work but were unable to subscribe.  The new host kept the site safe and secure for more than three years without any downtime of which this writer is aware, and we are deeply grateful.

During our time as a subscription site, several advertisers approached us with whom we have enjoyed a mutually beneficial relationship.

Approximately a year ago, the editor began considering ways in which The Post & Email’s work could once again become available to readers without a subscription so as to reach a greater number of Americans about the breadth and depth of government corruption. Over the last three months, a business plan crystallized, with the help of two colleagues and others working in the background, to make it a reality.

Going forward, while the monthly cost of our server is reduced, we have that and other expenses which we hope to meet primarily through advertising revenue.

For those who subscribed over the last 3+ years, we thank you, because if you had not, we would not be where we are today.  You, the former subscribers, are the flame which kept this newspaper alive, along with a great deal of faith on the part of many.

Anyone wishing to contribute to our efforts may do so through the PayPal button appearing on the lower inner page of each article.

Note to subscribers:  At this time, you have the option to cancel any monthly or annual subscription which is still active.  For all annual subscribers in particular, please be sure to cancel the “recurring payment” option in your PayPal account so that the subscription amount will not be drawn unnecessarily on your former renewal date.

The Post & Email is also very pleased to announce the launch of our first-ever official Facebook page (h/t TM).  We look forward to seeing its growth as well as that of the newspaper itself.

Thank you to all who have helped us along the way, including those who funded or publicized this effort specifically.

Regarding reposting and reprints:  Please contact the editor at editor@thepostemail.com for pricing and permission.