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I enjoy reading the Washington Times. However when a post appears in my Facebook feed and I open it to read it I get a pop up window asking me to purchase a subscription even though I’ve already purchased one. There is a note in the lower right corner that states already a member, log in. But when I try to login in I can’t. This is very frustrating, the only way I can view these articles is to go to the Washington Times Ap and search through all of the articles for the one that appeared in my Facebook feed. Is there anyway to fix this?
The ever true WT marches on through thick and thin
Going back to the nineties the WT has given us factual, timely information about what’s going on to either erode or support our precious United States. Along with that it has been courageous in revealing those individuals who with great zeal have contributed to our success or demise as a nation. Many times the writers have been guests on news programs furthering the truth about Issues and threats to our sovereignty.
These stellar articles that I forward to others have kept all of us informed to such a degree that I often am convinced at the end of the day that I have armed myself with the best source possible to protect us .
It’s time for me to renew my membership and let WT know by doing so that I not only believe their research but need it to keep on keeping on. I write articles myself for conservative sources and have given talks as well. Not as much now as before. Still, I’m very thankful for WTimes commitment to the foundations upon which our country is founded. Your diligence is acknowledged !
Where is all the news?
I kept hearing about things, and seen videos now and then but never anything on the traditional, or should I say my traditional, news outlets. It was so frustrating not knowing what’s going on. I don’t care what their agenda is, I think it’s stinks that you can’t find out what’s going on in the US today. THAT IS JUST NOT SO for me anymore. I don’t even remember the random way I came upon the Washington Times but I don’t care. I’m just glad I did. Let’s just say I don’t make decisions the same way anymore, about many things.
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