This month is the twentieth anniversary of the founding of this web site. When we began, Bill Clinton was in the White House, we had a readership in the low 1,000s, and it wasn't fashionable to protest America's wars. Today, yet another Democrat is in the White House – and antiwar activism still isn't fashionable. But one thing has changed: our voice reaches tens of thousands of readers every day all over the world.

Indeed, we've earned a place among the "mainstream" – we now have a Drudge link between Adweek and the Atlantic! But rest assured, we haven't gone "mainstream."

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