Mission statement:

Armed and Safe is a gun rights advocacy blog, with the mission of debunking the "logic" of the enemies of the Constitutionally guaranteed, fundamental human right of the individual to keep and bear arms.

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Tuesday, March 31, 2009

A Brother in Arms

I've "known" Anthony G. Martin, author of The Liberty Sphere and the Columbia Conservative Examiner (in the online sense of "knowing"), for a few years now, through his much appreciated "Second Amendment News Roundup" feature at the Liberty Sphere. He is a staunch advocate for Constitutional Republican principles in general, and gun rights in particular. When he became the Columbia Conservative Examiner, I quickly came to consider him an "honorary Gun Rights Examiner," and he has done much to help out the GREs.

He also writes quite well, and the Columbia Conservative Examiner is frequently one of the more highly ranked political Examiner columns.

Today, he has revealed some alarming news, in that he is facing unknown medical problems of a potentially serious nature.

He has a request:

And this is my point. The best thing you can do to help me is two-fold. First, you can pray for me, if you pray. Second, you can click on the links I provide to my daily column at Columbia Conservative Examiner.

You see, I get paid according to how many people read my column. That's the way it works at Examiner. The more readers I get, the more I get paid. It's as simple as that.

And it doesn't cost you a dime.
Prayers and mouse clicks. That's it--all he asks for. Since you'll be doing yourself a favor by reading his excellent work, it's a pretty good deal.

Go to the Columbia Conservative Examiner, and read, learn, and help out a good man.


Welshman said...

Thank-you so much for this, Kurt. I appreciate it!

Kurt '45superman' Hofmann said...

Well, I kinda doubt I'll manage to send much traffic your way (I don't get much to send), but never forget that I'm here to do whatever I can.