Foolproof way to never ever miss new items on our website

Be the first to know

Whenever we publish something new on our website, we can send you an email that will give you the title of the article or item, i.e., Grothman did not attend most of the impeachment committee hearings, and a link to it on our website. For the geeks out there, this is called a “push notification.” It is a good way to quickly alert you to new information. It also means you don’t have to visit the website once a week  looking to see if anything new has been posted.

We did a trial run

For the past week or so we’ve conducted a bit of an experiment: we’ve sent these emails to a few members to see if they find value in them. The response has been very favorable, so we’re prepared to include all of our members–at least all who want to receive the emails.

Should we add you to the distribution list?

Do you want to be on the distribution list? If you do, simply send us an email saying, “Sign Me Up.”

A couple of things worth noting:

You may get a message from Google saying that the sender of the email could not be verified. Some members have seen the message and others say they have not. We’re working to resolve this. If you have any qualms about opening the link to the article/item/post, don’t open the link. Simply go to the website and view the article there.

We respect your privacy

We do not share your personal information with any third party organizations. We also try to limit the number of emails you receive from us. If at any time you feel the number is excessive, let us know and we will take you off the distribution list for these notifications.



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