Yes, we're doing a bit better with our fundraising campaign, but we're still about $12,000 short. While that is a drop in the bucket as far as the Washington lobbyists and neocon pressure groups are concerned – they spend that much on lunch – it's huge for us.

We need to make up that $12,000 shortfall, but we can't do it without your help. Please help us level the playing field! We aren't favored by the big foundations, and there are no eccentric billionaires paying our bills.

We just have you.

The War Party never lacks for funding. We, on the other hand, must scrimp and beg for the resources to continue our vital educational work – and we just can't make it without your support. But we don't mind begging – because it's for a good cause, the best cause of all: the cause of peace. Please make your tax-deductible donation today.

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