The American Spectator Needs Money For Paper

7396 The American Spectator Needs Money For PaperThe American Spectator is strapped for cash — paper costs are going up! — and Alfred Regnery, the magazine’s publisher, has asked subscribers for donations to close a $26,000 budget gap.

But we’re not quite there yet! Please help us fill the $26,000 shortfall created by the perverse incentives of the liberal agenda. Our paper costs are rising for NEXT MONTH’S ISSUE. 

The magazine has set up the E Pluribus Unum Society (read: The Penny Club) for subscribers who are willing to pitch in $10 a month to help counter the liberal onslaught.
[Media Matters via Romenesko]

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