The Steve Sailer Panhandling Drive is back from the dead ...
October 09, 2006, 02:03 PM
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Thursday was a nice day, with some very generous readers stepping forward. But I`m back for another day of nagging. Tonight, I took my older son to college night at his high school, and when I got home my wife mentioned the T-Word dreaded by all householders: "termites." (I can`t say that for sure, though, because neither one of us really wants to know for sure yet what`s going on with the house.)

In other words, my friends, I need help, your help

If tax deductibility isn`t relevant to you (e.g., you live outside the U.S.), you might find it simpler to donate directly to me. You don`t need to have a PayPal or Amazon account already to donate, just a credit card. (Or you can E-mail me and I`ll send you my P.O. Box number.)

Amazon Honor SystemPaypal and Amazon charge $0.30 per transaction and 2.9% of the total, so I only get to keep 41% of a $1 donation, but 96.8% of a $100 donation!

Now, if you`ve been thinking, gee, I just have too much income this year for tax purposes, do we ever have a deal for you! Peter Brimelow writes:

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR STEVE SAILER FANS: Our regular Sunday night columnist Steve Sailer is one of the jewels of contemporary science journalism and it’s a mystery to me (and to him) why he’s not been stolen from VDARE.COM by the Mainstream Media. Well, actually, it’s not a mystery. Steve pushes the envelope too much. That’s why we’re here at VDARE.COM—and why we have to develop our own funding sources a.k.a you.

We want to commission Steve to begin a major project, separate from his columns, the results of which will be published in longer pieces, working towards a possible book. The topic: the implications of modern discoveries in the human biodiversity area for the survival and success of the American nation. Donations to this project will be tax-deductible. You can make credit card contributions here; or fax credit card details here; you can snail mail checks made out to "Lexington Research Institute" and marked on the memo line (lower left corner) “Biodiversity/ National Project” to the usual address:

 

Lexington Research Institute
P.O. Box 1195
Washington CT 06793