Dear C4SS Supporters,
This week I’ve submitted 11,846 Center op-eds to 2,762 newspapers worldwide. So far, I’ve caught five reprints/”pickups” of our op-eds, and one significant mention of C4SS by a mainstream institution.
- On March 25, David D’Amato’s “Getting Your Due in America” appeared in the Deming, New Mexico Headlight.
- The Goa, India Herald ran D’Amato’s “The Truth About ‘Free Trade'” on March 26.
- The Baltic Review (distributed in Estonia, Germany, Latvia and Lithuania), published Kevin Carson’s “Jeremy Hammond: Another Hero of the Freedom Movement” on March 27 and David D’Amato’s “‘Moral Crime’ in the Total State” today.
- D’Amato’s “Moral Crime in the Total State” also appeared in The Canadian on March 29, as “Anti-Terrorism: Moral Crime expresses Archon-Controlled State.”
The mention: Writing at the Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project, Janna Anderson and Lee Rainie quote Kevin Carson, and cite his C4SS affiliation, in “The Future of Apps and Web — Main Findings: Apps vs. Web: Winner?”
As I’ve mentioned more than once recently, we’re seeing these mentions pop up at an increasing rate. That’s an indicator that the Center’s market anarchist message is beginning to establish itself as a “player” on the field of ideas. Getting the chance to play is the first step toward winning!
Have a great weekend!
Yours in liberty,
Center for a Stateless Society
Citations to this article:
- Janna Anderson and Lee Rainie, The Future of Apps and Web — Main Findings: Apps vs. Web: Winner?, Pew Internet and American Life Project, 03/23/12