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December 31, 2018

It's New Year's Eve: Will you help FGF expand our publishing of forthright authors?

by Fran Griffin
President, Fitzgerald Griffin Foundation

Happy new year (almost)! It is still New Year's Eve for a few more hours at this writing.

Will you help FGF expand our publishing of forthright authors?

Donate by midnight tonight! Please help us in our mission to expand our publishing efforts to include all of Joe Sobran's work, all of Sam Francis's writings, and many other Old Right writers and prominent figures whose work has been forgotten, neglected, or deliberately eradicated.

We need and appreciate your monetary and moral support. Please consider a donation today -- and please pray for the success of our mission.

You can give a donation of any amount, or take advantage of the three limited-time offers below.


Three Limited-Time Offers

If you give a donation of $166.80 or more, you will receive the three Sobran books

Subtracting Christianity: Essays on American Culture and Society

Joseph Sobran: The National Review Years

Hustler: The Clinton Legacy

plus a special free gift, Power & Betrayal: The Clinton Legacy, a 22-page commemorative booklet from 1997, including two Sobran essays and photographs of Joe.

Joe Sobran




Or if you give a donation of $316.80 or more, you will receive the three Sobran books described above plus two free gifts, Regime Change Begins at Home: Confessions of a Reactionary Utopian, snippets from Sobran’s newsletter Utopian (58 pages, published in 2006) in addition to Power & Betrayal: The Clinton Legacy, the 22-page commemorative booklet from 1997.

Joe Sobran




Donate $566.80 or more to receive the three books and two gifts described above plus a booklet of Sobran snippets, Anything Called a Program is Unconstitutional: Confessions of a Reactionary Utopian
(62 pages, published in 2001)

Joe Sobran




Three books to buy!

Please donate if you are able, or just BUY THESE BOOKS:

Joseph Sobran: The National Review Years: Articles from 1974-1991.

Joseph Sobran: The National Review Years

BUY THIS BOOK
Just $19.85
This is a new paperback edition, hot off the presses.

Joseph Sobran’s Subtracting Christianity: Essays on American Culture and Society.

Subtracting Christianity: Essays on American Culture and Society

BUY THIS BOOK
$27 postpaid or $32 for priority delivery

Considered by many to be one of the greatest essayists of the 20th century, Sobran was a prolific writer and nationally-syndicated columnist for more than 30 years. Often compared to G.K. Chesterton and H.L. Mencken, Joseph Sobran penned some of the finest essays in the English language.

The newly-published, Joseph Sobran: The National Review Years has 34 essays spanning 17 years of his writings in National Review magazine. It has a wide range of topics from those years (1974-91) including the Constitution, Christian morality, motion pictures, books, music, liberalism, tyranny, so-called gay rights, Shakespeare, and even baseball.

In his own inimitable style, Sobran writes with grace, eloquence, and wit. His penetrating and timeless insights help give clarity to our current culture war.

A wonderful complement to the National Review Years book is the collection: Joseph Sobran: Subtracting Christianity: Essays on American Culture and Society.

Joe Sobran was a prognosticator of the war on Christianity. In this 456-page book of 117 outstanding articles, Sobran unravels the perils of government intervention in our lives, the decline of the culture, and the abandonment of the U.S. Constitution.

And do not neglect to read the classic Sobran collection, which he himself compiled at the end of Bill Clinton’s presidency: Hustler: The Clinton Legacy

As Ronald Tacelli, S.J. commented on Hustler: “Joe Sobran transforms the most squalid subjects with his sparkling wit and unerring sense of the absurd. In the Clinton presidency, he found a subject worthy of his talent. Hustler: The Clinton Legacy is a chillingly hilarious book.”

Donate $66.80 to receive all three books.




Make your donation or place your order right away to get your tax-deduction contribution for 2018

You can use the links above, or call me toll-free at 1-877-726-0058 , or mail a check to:
Fitzgerald Griffin Foundation
344 Maple Avenue West, #281
Vienna, VA 22180

Your donations are our sole source of support. We appreciate every dollar we receive. I pray for all of our donors.

May you receive many blessings in 2019!

Fran Griffin