Deep thanks to our readers

Yesterday we saw the first round of donations sent by mail to our fundraiser. Many readers sent thoughtful notes, expressing their appreciation for American Thinker. Some even wrote on note-paper used for thank-you notes.

Words fail me in describing the gratitude I felt reading these notes. It is humbling to realize that people can be so gracious and thoughtful. I will never forget the note written by a 92 year-old woman in Oklahoma. She is in my prayers, as I wish her health and many more years of vigor and devotion to our country.

We are well along on our plans for more features. One reader cautioned us to avoid too much change, because he likes AT just fine the way it is. That brought a smile to my face. We certainly don't intend on any change for change's sake. We are not like that at all. But we do want to do more, do it better, and to greater effect. A conservative approach describes our attitude.

I am still working on writing thank-you notes to all who have honored us with their donations. But because keeping the website going occuppies so much of my life 7 days a week, and I am very frustrated with my pace. I ask donors to understand that the sluggishness is simply due to the limits of the 24 hour day. You will be hearing form me.

For those who still wish to contribute, we are certainly still open to that possibility. Please send conventional mail to:


American Thinker
6331 Fairmount Ave., #365
El Cerrito, CA 94530


For electronic credit card donations, follow this link.





Thanks to all who have donated, or who are currently considering the matter.


Thomas Lifson
Editor and publisher

Yesterday we saw the first round of donations sent by mail to our fundraiser. Many readers sent thoughtful notes, expressing their appreciation for American Thinker. Some even wrote on note-paper used for thank-you notes.

Words fail me in describing the gratitude I felt reading these notes. It is humbling to realize that people can be so gracious and thoughtful. I will never forget the note written by a 92 year-old woman in Oklahoma. She is in my prayers, as I wish her health and many more years of vigor and devotion to our country.

We are well along on our plans for more features. One reader cautioned us to avoid too much change, because he likes AT just fine the way it is. That brought a smile to my face. We certainly don't intend on any change for change's sake. We are not like that at all. But we do want to do more, do it better, and to greater effect. A conservative approach describes our attitude.

I am still working on writing thank-you notes to all who have honored us with their donations. But because keeping the website going occuppies so much of my life 7 days a week, and I am very frustrated with my pace. I ask donors to understand that the sluggishness is simply due to the limits of the 24 hour day. You will be hearing form me.

For those who still wish to contribute, we are certainly still open to that possibility. Please send conventional mail to:


American Thinker
6331 Fairmount Ave., #365
El Cerrito, CA 94530


For electronic credit card donations, follow this link.





Thanks to all who have donated, or who are currently considering the matter.


Thomas Lifson
Editor and publisher