If You Care About "Free Minds and Free Markets," Please Give to Reason's 2011 Webathon


We're in the final days of Reason's annual webathon, during which we're looking for 500 donors to help us spread the word of "Free Minds and Free Markets."

If you give $10, you get to see your name—or whatever name you choose to enter—up there in the contributors banner at the top of the page.

With $100, you get a year's subscription to the award-winning print edition of Reason, a t-shirt, and a bumper sticker.

For $250, you get all that, plus a signed copy of my and Matt Welch's The Declaration of Independents, another subscription (gift it to a frenemy) and more…

 Go here for a full list of giving levels and what you get for them—there's a lot of fun stuff to check out.

All donations are tax-deductible and will be used to help us jump higher, run faster, and work harder in the pursuit of bringing you—and the world—the best libertarian news, views, and opinion.

If you can't make a donation, then take our Reason.com reader survey and get a chance to win a $100 Amazon gift card. We'll be using the survey results to help inform our coming overhaul of our online presence.

Here's a sample of what we're up to. Click below to watch Jim Epstein's excellent new video, "Why Obama's Stimulus Failed: A Case Study of Silver Spring, Maryland."

NEXT: Steve Chapman on Obama's War on Religion

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  1. The only names I find interesting on the banner are the ones that are not there.

    1. If you give $10, you get to see your name…up there in the contributors banner

      Interestingly, I see almost as many real names up there–maybe more–than fake names. It’s almost as if contributors of money are not ashamed of using their real names, whereas contributors of crackpot commentary…well, you get the idea.

      1. Interesting perspective but the serious and crackpot commentary are often from one and the same person.

  2. I was disappointed that one of the pre-set donation levels wasn’t denominated in grams of gold. Or orphan blood.

    And how freakin’ much do you have to give to get a reason-inscribed monocle?

    That’s a trick question: you don’t get a monocle by giving.

  3. I gave. I retweeted your begging tweet. I offered a chicken to the gods in your name. Enough nagging already!

  4. Soon the pledge drive will be over and the contributors will go back to ignoring us little commentors.

    1. It’s cos we never play hard to get. We could always threaten to go play at, say, Daily Kos – before you know it they’ll be wooing us with sweet words and a Reason monocle.

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