Within the last week, we learned that a major foundation, which has backed us since we began a decade ago, has abruptly denied us funding for this year.
We’ve lost close to a third of our budget and we’ve been plunged into an immediate cash crisis.
To keep VDARE.COM going, we must have your help–NOW!!!
Of course, I’m still trying to find out what happened. One explanation I’ve been given is that the Washington D.C. “Beltway immigration reform groups” lobbied against us, claiming that they would be tainted through guilt by association if our donor gave to us as well as them, because of our willingness to take risks and push the Political Correctness envelope.
Money is our secret weapon at VDARE.COM. Our fixed costs are very low, we operate entirely virtually. We don’t have to pay printing and postage (thank goodness!).
What this means: essentially everything you give goes to pay writers and editors.
Our writers and editors are not paid as much as I would like. But they do get something. This ability to pay our writers is what has distinguished VDARE.COM from a host of excellent but evanescent blogs which have come and gone.