A New Face for “The Voice”

by Jason Rink
Publisher/Editor

This is a brand new experience for me. I wrote for my high-school newspaper back in Cincinnati, Ohio. I wrote for my college magazine in Rochester, New York. I have written chapters of books, blog posts, and news articles.

But, this is the first time I have ever put together an entire newspaper. Let me say that over the past week I have developed a whole new appreciation for the work that Sherry Mann has done over the last couple of years.
I know that it will be hard work to continue putting out “fiercely independent news and information.” That’s a tall order, and one that is sure to create some enemies. I know that I will print things that people won’t agree with. I will print things that make people angry. I will print things that challenge accepted paradigms.

I will also leave things on the editing table. I will choose not to print things. And that will make some people mad too.

Even so, what I really desire is for this to be a publication that truly represents the grassroots liberty movement in America. We all have issues we are passionate about. We all have truth that we feel is not getting out to the masses. We all want to do our part to preserve freedom in this country.

We all want a place to make our voices heard.

In order to accomplish that goal, I need your help. Send me your original content. I just might use it. Help me get it distributed in your local community. Support The Liberty Voice through subscriptions, advertisements, and donations.

Or, just email me and let me know what you think.

Over the next few months, some things may change about The Liberty Voice. A new look, a new layout, and new content. But the heart of The Liberty Voice will stay the same.

I believe that The Liberty Voice can be an incredible tool that we can use to broadcast the message of liberty. I hope you will join me on the journey.

1 Comment

  1. Bill Jacob

    April 27, 2010 at 11:14 pm

    Jason,

    You are everywhere.
    Good to see you here.
    I hope to learn more about the changes.

    Bill

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