Rabble.ca, the online news site with a magazine sensibility, is holding its annual membership drive to help build audience and pay for providing progressive stories to it. As it points out, it receives no government support, has no parent company, no endowment and survives on community support for their 100% free site. We particularly like their wacky banner for the campaign that says "If you can't trust a sock monkey, your soul is dead."
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