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Old August 3rd, 2005 #1
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Default 2nd Tabloid???

Is it plausible to start a second tabloid-- one that pays for itself? If we have planty of volunteer distributors, every day they aren't working we lose. I'm thinking we can have a mini-tabloid full of ads-- maybe totally full of ads!!! The Aryan Marketplace, perhaps, we could hawk ed steele's book, and many other things..

That way we'll always have omething on hand to distribute.

We may have to keep these publications separate, for legalities sake!
 
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Is it plausible to start a second tabloid-- one that pays for itself? If we have planty of volunteer distributors, every day they aren't working we lose. I'm thinking we can have a mini-tabloid full of ads-- maybe totally full of ads!!! The Aryan Marketplace, perhaps, we could hawk ed steele's book, and many other things..

That way we'll always have omething on hand to distribute.

We may have to keep these publications separate, for legalities sake!
Nice idea, dkfrommn. But I've never seen a WN publication that "pays for itself."
That'll come eventually, but for now we must finance our own.

I've been suggesting to Alex for awhile now, that we ought to publish a "Redneck" edition of TAA, though. Similar to Dr Fields' Truth-at-Last newspaper. A super hard-hitting WN newspaper aimed at the White middle and lower income groups. Lots of cartoons, photos, graphics, poems, nigger-crime - that sort of "approach". And we could perhaps offer for sale (as you suggest) items such as rebel flags, bumper stickers, photos, books, Klan music tapes/CDs, and other items that might interest them.

Keep that superior Aryan mind of your's cranking out more and more ideas. I see you're pondering and a pondering. And that's good.
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Old August 4th, 2005 #3
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If we can get Edgar Steele to pay for an ad, and EURO, and maybe Jim Giles, and maybe Prussian Blue,and maybe a war relic/collectables site, ands maybe a classifieds page-- that might be enough for a four pager?
 
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If we can get Edgar Steele to pay for an ad, and EURO, and maybe Jim Giles, and maybe Prussian Blue,and maybe a war relic/collectables site, ands maybe a classifieds page-- that might be enough for a four pager?
Some dickhead already suggested this back in November of 2004. Judging by the responses, most VNNF members thought it was a dumb idea.

http://www.vnnforum.com/showpost.php...7&postcount=14

http://www.vnnforum.com/showthread.p...hlight=tabloid
 
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Some dickhead already suggested this back in November of 2004. Judging by the responses, most VNNF members thought it was a dumb idea.

http://www.vnnforum.com/showpost.php...7&postcount=14

http://www.vnnforum.com/showthread.p...hlight=tabloid
If the paper is going to accept paid advertising Steve it might complicate things a bit. Not a show stopper by any means but the owner(s) will have to file with the IRS for monies received in exchange for advertising and taxes will have to be paid on those monies. Or tax returns with appropriate deductions for equipment depreciation etc. that washes out the tax liability will have to be filed. Accepting advertising bucks means you're doing business and that might require official business registration in the city and state where the TAAs are warehoused for distribution. If those factors are not taken into consideration the owners/operators of TAA could leave themselves open for harassment and more from city, state and federal tax authorities. "You know who" would be eager to create an issue between the IRS and the owner(s) of TAA if they see the chance to do it. A barter arrangement where no actual money is exchanged would be one way to circumvent that.
 
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