Dear C4SS Supporters,
This week, I’ve submitted 9,305 C4SS op-eds to 2,817 publications on six continents, and nine of those submissions (that I know of) have been published in nine countries on three continents:
- David D’Amato’s “Secession Down to the Individual” appeared in the Tehran, Iran Times and the Dhaka, Bangladesh New Age on April 24.
- D’Amato’s “International Crime Syndicate Targets Libya” ran in the Seoul, Republic of Korea JoongAng Ilbo and from there was picked up by Yahoo! Korea on April 25.
- Also on April 25, D’Amato’s “Removing Obstacles or Erecting Them?” ran in the Baltic Review (published in Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Germany) and his “The Fanciful Idea of Statist ‘Efficiency,” ran as “L’idée fantaisiste de « l’efficacité » étatique” in France’s Contrepoints.
- My own “Hard Money Hard Time” ran in the Deming, New Mexico Headlight on April 27.
- “Knowing the Real Enemy,” by Kevin Carson, ran in Sagittarius News & Style Magazine (a sister publication of the Baltic Review) on April 28.
- “The Drug War: Growing the Green,” by David D’Amato, appeared in the St. Joseph, Missouri Telegraph on April 28.
An action item for those of you who like to help the Center out in non-cash ways:
Awhile back, I ran across a “search engine optimization” plug-in called SocialMonkee. That plug-in can be used to easily submit articles to “social” sites and generate back links, which in theory improves the Center’s position in search engine results. While there are no guarantees, I’ve tested it (in Firefox on MacOS), and haven’t seen any negative results (malware, crashes, etc.). It also seems to work (actual links seem to be generated).
So here’s the thing: The “free” version of SocialMonkee allows me to submit articles to up to 25 “social” sites per day. The “premium” version submits to 100 such sites. Rather than ask the Center to pony up $47 for the “premium” version, I can get it free by referring 12 people who themselves download the “free” version. If you’re willing to be one of those 12, click here and have fun with it.
Have a great weekend!
Yours in liberty,
Center for a Stateless Society