Reason Webathon Update: Give Until It Hurts…the State!

Reason’s annual
ends at midnight on Wednesday, December 11. So far,
449 generous readers – including one jaw-dropping gift of $50,000!
have donated $127,000 in dollars and
 We still need $23,000 to hit our
target of $150,000.

I speak for everyone at Reason when I say: Thanks! Such support
is absolutely vital to our work. We can’t be the voice of “Free
Minds and Free Markets” without your contributions. Reason
magazine,, and Reason TV all depend on help from readers
such as yourselves.

We don’t expect you to fork over your hard-earned fiat currency
for no good reason. While different gifts
come with different levels of swag
, what we do with your
donations is visible in every print issue, every post at Hit and
Run, and every video we put out.

In all of our
journalism, Reason seeks to achieve different, overlapping goals:
We seek to be your voice in public debates over politics, culture,
and ideas; we influence politicians, policymakers, business
leaders, and colleagues in the media and arts; and we try to create
the next generation of libertarians (whether young in age or young
in heart and mind).

To paraphrase George Bailey in It’s a Wonderful Life,
your money doesn’t stay in the pockets of the nonprofit that
publishes Reason. It’s up there in Reason Saves Cleveland with
Drew Carey
and America’s Longest War: A Film
about Drug Prohibition
; it’s what nurtured the careers of
Virginia Postrel, Jacob Sullum, Ronald Bailey, Jesse Walker, Brian
Doherty, and other staffers who have penned fantastic books about
everything from glamour to drug policy to science to conspiracy
theory to the Ron Paul Revolution and more; and it’s what has
helped make possible a brand-new Fox Business show that’s hosted by
Matt Welch and Reason TV correspondent Kennedy (debuts
). That’s all in addition to the print mag, this
website, and over 1,500 other Reason TV videos.

Your money also helps us bring the musical stylings of Remy to a
larger audience. Take a listen and then, please, give what you can.
Wednesday’s coming.


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