BREAKING: We quickly met our last match and then—out of the blue—received a super generous offer from a pair of longtime donors: A $100,000 match. We are blown away, and super-appreciative. To make this match count and totally destroy our stretch goal, now is the moment for more readers, listeners, and viewers to chip in at the home stretch. More than 1,000 of you have already, and we are grateful. If you've been hesitating, now's your time to pull the trigger, even if it's just a few bucks or a smidge of a bitcoin. Thank you to the donors offering this challenge grant, and to those of you who are going to help us meet it.
We've got just two days left in our annual Webathon, the time when we ask Reason readers, viewers, and listeners to support our writing, videos, and podcasts with tax-deductible donations. Go here to see the swag associated with various giving levels.
Due to the great response, we upped our original target of $200,000 to $300,000; now we're closing in on that total. To help make sure we reach it, a generous donor has agreed to match the next $25,000 in gifts, so your donation will be worth twice as much for the next while. So please don't delay: Make your contribution right now.
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Here's the special video podcast Katherine Mangu-Ward, Peter Suderman, Matt Welch, and I taped last week, during which we answer reader questions. Enjoy—and thanks for your support!