Liberty Has A Cost
It’s time for thoughtful reflection about the amount of value that the Monster brings you each and every day. With the exception of a few devoted readers that sponsored the 9.12 March, and the very same readers replacing my dead computer, I have been carrying the cost of LM for close to two years. As much as we would like to believe that some things come free, it’s just not true. The dilemma for this site is that it is at the tipping point of popularity with little sponsorship, and yet LM continues to be one of the internet’s greatest assets. (As evidenced by 5.25 million hits in 19 months)
Believe me, I know things are tight, but liberty has a cost. I have made the commitment to chase the banking cartels, the socialists, their un-Constitutional agenda, and bring you information on midterm electoral candidates. I need my subscribers to step up and commit to $10 or $20 a month. That’s .33 cents a day for a laser focus on the District of Criminals and the 2010 elections. For you newbies just arriving, hit the pages at the top of the blog and you will see what the Monster has been about since Day One.
I have committed to educating as many as possible, but it’s crunch time for me folks. It’s time to truly consider donating to the Monster with a monthly subscription to keep the research and news coming. The Monster receives thousands of unique visits each day including, but not limited to, The Fed, The Senate, The House, GS, Davis, Polk & Wardwell, Perkins Coie, Raytheon, NASA, DHS…need I go on? I am working on finding sponsors that represent our values and won’t compromise my ability to produce an independent viewpoint, but I need help keeping The Monster on the rails.
The Monster has made the commitment for the long haul, will you? Make the choice, hit the button, do it once. Thank you.
Comment left by Granny Gripes:
and on behalf of Tiger’s efforts, I put out the call for everyone to dig deep and send 20 bucks and or find someone supporting a valuable candidate to dig out 10 people to send 20 bucks to Tiger to launch this venture; give up a bottle of wine or happy hour or a steak just one day and pass it on to her somewhere she has a donate click.