a one-day deal - and some big news

a one-day deal - and some big news

Friends:

In the coming days, we’re set to launch a very big expansion project, and I can’t wait to tell you about it. However, to get it fully off the ground, we need just a few more free subscribers to become supporting subscribers.

So for the next 24 hours, we’re offering a special deal to try to get there: Click here for a big discount off a subscription and you get a ton of stuff.

Click Here For A BIG Discount

When you use that discount link, you get a whole package deal. You not only get a full subscription to our exclusive content, you also get access to all our new podcasts, our live events with high-profile guests, and our movie club. You also get our brand new Citizens’ Guide To Holding The Powerful Accountable, which has been garnering rave reviews.

Not only that, but you directly support our expansion plans to fund more accountability journalism that the corporate media refuses to do.

Take a moment and look at the stories that we’ve broken just in the last few weeks. We’ve caught senators helping corporate lobbyists try to stop a $15 minimum wage. We’ve caught a health insurance giant’s schemes to block lower health insurance premiums. We’ve caught the president saying nice things about unions, but refusing to deliver on his promised initiative to stop union busting.

These stories were all uncovered by our own original reporting, and major media outlets are picking up and amplifying our coverage. The Washington Post’s top political reporter recently said: “The Daily Poster became a must-read in a hurry.”

But here’s the thing: We can only report these stories because we are reader supported.

Our expansion plan is designed to do a lot more of that — but we can only do it with your help.

So please click here to use this special discount link right now to subscribe and help us make this expansion plan a reality.

Thanks for considering this request. We are so, so close to being able to expand, and so we wouldn’t ask if it wasn’t important.

Rock the boat,

Sirota

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