Announcing the return of comments to American Thinker

We are happy to announce that readers will once again be able to comment on American Thinker articles and blog posts on our site.  We were forced to end the previous comments section over concerns over trolls posting comments intended to provoke legal liability on our part.

That concern over agents provocateurs is why the new comments facility is limited to subscribers to our ad-free service.  By limiting the ability to comment to subscribers, we will have on file credit card information on those who comment, which should enable identification of those acting in this manner.

You will find the announcement and access to comments at the bottom of every article and blog post.  In order to access the comments section, you must log in or subscribe.  You can subscribe on a monthly basis for $6.79 a month or for a year at $69.99.

As before, we ask readers to flag any comments that appear to be aimed at creating legal liability or otherwise damaging the exchange of opinions and ideas.

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