We Make This Final Hurdle?
good news: our last minute appeal for funds garnered over
$25,000 in a single day – and we couldn't be more grateful.
news: We're still not done…
we didn't just arbitrarily pick a number as our fundraising
goal: the truth is, if we don't raise $70,000 by the end of
the week, we'll be laying off employees and making other cutbacks
– noticeable cutbacks in our coverage and a reduced level
of service in general.
many of you have come to rely on Antiwar.com as an invaluable
resource, but its continuity is by no means assured. Unlike
the War Party, which commands virtually unlimited resources,
we scratch by on a relative pittance. It's amazing that we're
able to get by on so little, but then again we run a tight
ship. It'll be a lot tighter if we have to lay off
half our staff, or fire our regular columnists because we
can't afford to pay them. And that new computer Justin Raimondo's
been asking for – his computer has taken to spontaneously
shutting down – will just have to remain a distant dream.
of your generosity, Antiwar.com has averted complete disaster,
i.e., nonexistence. But we aren't out of the woods yet. Failure
to meet our goal means that, sometime very soon, we'll be
handing out pink slips and burdening the few survivors with
an impossible workload. The quality of our coverage will drop,
and you'll notice it right away. We want to avoid this, and
there's only one way to do it.
help put us over the top by contributing as much as you can
as soon as you can. Your donation is 100% tax-deductible,
and you have the satisfaction of knowing that, instead of
going to the war machine, your dollars are going to the cause
of a more peaceful foreign policy. Don't delay – make
your contribution today.