’s summer fundraiser has been uphill all the way – and we need your help now in order to ensure our continued survival.

We've been offered $26,000 in matching funds – which means we need you to donate that amount in order to ensure our continued survival.

We’ve also been offered $10,000 worth of Bitcoin and we need to match that, too (go here for details)

It's make-or-break time at, in more ways than one. We've had to focus on fundraising while the War Party has gone on a rampage with the re-invasion of Iraq, the escalated war propaganda, and the re-emergence of the cold war with Russia.

Who will stop the madness?

It has to be you. And it has to start with educating the American people about what is being done in their name, with their tax dollars. That’s our job – but we can’t do it without your support.

Please give all you can as soon as you can, because the next few days will decide our fate. is needed now more than ever: if you’ve been holding back, now is the time to make your tax-deductible donation – because peace matters.

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