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Hij wil de grootste en de beste nieuwsvoorziening worden.
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“All Libertarian All the Time” News Source Launched October 19, 2009
The new Libertarian News Examiner web page quietly “went live” over the weekend with the publication of three explicitly libertarian news articles.
Content for the new libertarian news source is developed and written independently but is published as part of Examiner.com, an online digital media giant with news outlets in 129 US cities.
The Libertarian News Examiner will feature breaking news stories about the activities and events of libertarian organizations and individuals from around the country.
“The whole concept is a two-way street,” says Garry Reed, developer of the project. “Libertarians send in article ideas and photos of their events, I develop them into news features and publish them on Examiner where our fellow libertarians can see what’s going on and then respond with their own contributions.”
The first few articles were picked up by Google News, which spreads the libertarian message into the mainstream, meaning that libertarians won’t just be “preaching to the choir.”
Reed, a longtime libertarian writer and “opinionizer” has been writing libertarian commentary, op-eds, and freelance articles for nearly 10 years, and is currently writing the Dallas Libertarian Examiner as an independent contractor for Examiner.com
“My goal is to create the biggest and best nationwide libertarian go-to news source on the internet,” Reed proclaims. “But I can’t do it by myself. The more contributors we have, the more readers we have, the more success we’ll have. It’s really just that simple.”
A page on Reed’s personal website, The Loose Cannon Libertarian, has been set up with details for individual libertarians and organizations who want to publicize their events or just contribute article ideas and photos: www.freecannon.com/examiner.htm