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Substack exists because what you read matters, and great writing is valuable.

Use the Substack app to:

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- Be instantly notified when a writer you’ve subscribed to publishes a new post
- Read posts in simple and elegant view
- Discover new writers on Substack

What’s New

Version 1.2.5

- Now you can publish a simple text post from the app
- Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
19.3K Ratings

19.3K Ratings

In Wisdom ,

Reading the Truth in American News is hard to find

Even before Drudge appeared on the sene it was a challenge to find honest journalism and I don’t mean that they needed to be in agreement with my perceptions, just honest.

And yes, if they “Sold Out” as on the case of “ The Drudge Report” then I pack up my time and seek out new journalists! Frustrating but necessary if I am determined to be well educated & informed.

If I find a news source that is anything but honest then I move on ( this happened quite frequently ). But I have been diligent and have found a small group of educators aka journalists “because” that’s what journalism does - it educates & informs so that I can make informed decisions. And so I thank all of you who are true to your profession.

This latest article by Emerald Robinson is a perfect example; not that I already lost trust in Lutz but I just wasn’t aware of so much in her latest writing of him and his antics.

This helps me confirm my suspicions and complete my life long passion for the truth on people & subjects.

So to that end, I want to say “Thank You” Emerald Robinson for using my time wisely. Since I have precious little of it to source my providers, it’s a confirmation that my new subscription to you has already confirmed my investment in this endeavor has paid in dividends yet again.

Please continue…..

Paul Q

localkaty ,

It must have been hard to build such a patronizing app

Substack is fine. Some content is engaging, some isn’t. It’s a standard newsletter platform.

I was delighted to have an app, as my life is busy and the constant flood of content into my inbox often feels overwhelming. Sometimes I like an idea or a writer so much that I want to support them by subscribing EVEN IF I’M NOT INTERESTED IN READING EVERY SINGLE POST. Substack doesn’t understand this. If they decide you’re not opening the app often enough, they will automatically switch on email newsletters for everything. You can not opt out, only delay the onslaught a bit by signing in and confirming, again, that you do not want all those emails. But if life gets busy and you’re not on the app enough for Substack’s liking — prepare for the emails to return.

I’ve unsubscribed from every list and won’t subscribe to any more, though I’ve got a couple of annual subscriptions to see through. Writers: this platform is likely to annoy your readers right off your lists, and actively discourages people signing up for paid subscriptions just to show support. Readers: you’ll never get these people out of your inbox. They override your notification settings on your behalf about once a month. (And send another email to let you know they’ve done so!)

Ambrosius3 ,

A rare beacon in the world gone mad

A rare beacon in todays world: aware and steeped in philosophical truth and wisdom of the ages, much like America’s Founding Fathers, combined with many insights from times since; politically and ruling elite irreverent, read and thoroughly appreciated for over 20 years now. As I am now residing in Córdoba, Argentina with one of my brothers, away from the insanity of the “developed” economies of the northern hemisphere, one of my longest desires is to visit him on his ranch, drink some good wine and engage in a meaningful conversation, maybe lasting for days
I hope Bill, that you will grant me that wish when you return to Argentina, as I am earnest in that wish, and I hold that in my mind during this Thanksgiving 2022. Ad thanks for being you!

A common and humble man, follower and subscriber of B.P.R, and numerous Agora publications since 2001.
John Gudgeon

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