Living on the Edge
edge of bankruptcy, that is. And it isn't pretty. It's bad
news not only for us, but for you – because you'll be getting
less coverage, less frequent updates, less of everything you've
come to expect from this Web site.
did get a surge of donations after we put up our last desperate
appeal – but not enough to avert drastic cutbacks.
be seeing the effects of those cutbacks very soon. With a
much-reduced staff— see
– we'll be bringing you just the basics. No more comprehensive
coverage – forget about those daily compendiums of news from
Iraq. And of course one of the first things to be cut is the
already pitiful rate we pay our long-suffering columnists
(oh well, Justin's used to extreme
a decade, Antiwar.com has carried the banner of the antiwar
perspective in cyberspace. We regret very much that we're
forced to cut back at the very moment when we're needed most.
Unless we get a last-minute influx of contributions – which,
we remind you, are tax-deductible – the sad fact is that we'll
be forced to slash services immediately.
the country – save Antiwar.com.