THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE
Number 525, June 28, 2009
Remember, when seconds count,
the police are only minutes away.
On Buttons and Clicks
These are the times that try men's soulsor was it "soles"?and their wallets. We understand, there's a lot of that going around.
For coming on fourteen years, now, half a dozen editors at The Libertarian Enterprise and dozens of writers and thinkers have been bringing you insights and argumentssome of them inspiring, some of them infuriatingfor you to enjoy, inflict on your long-suffering spouse, ponder in your private moments, reply to indignantly, pass along to your fellow travelers, or annoy your liberal brother-in-law with.
We're a full-service outfit, you see.
We do all of it at the right price, toofree. But the trouble is, those who actually produce TLE could be spending their time at something more remunerative, mowing lawns, sacking groceries, walking dogs. Instead, they do what they do, week after week, month after month, year after year, wondering where their next electron is coming from.
You can do something about that, even if you can't afford to contribute actual money, and it won't cost you a cent. All you have to do is lift a finger and click on the buttons, on the front page and elsewhere, that link to our sponsors. You don't have to buy anything. You don't have to stay and look around (although some of those sites are really interesting, especially the ones with musical instruments and weapons). Just click, let it find the page, then hit your back button.
When you do, each time you do, a minute amount of money will find its way to our tireless editor, and someday he'll be able to buy some tires.
And his next electron.
Wanna be free someday? Support the folks who are trying to make it happen. Click every button you see. Do it every time you visit TLE. Come by every day. This is one of those times you can vote early and often.
[I should point out that it is mostly the Google AdSense Advertisements (you'll find them down near the bottom of the main page) and the AdBrite Advertisements (which I just moved to up between the feature cartoon and the table of contents and stuff so you can't miss 'em) that are the pay-by-click. However, traffic from the other ad-links won't hurt!Editor]