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Editorial: Where Does Noam Chomsky Get His News?

Chomsky says AlterNet provides "contributions of great value for making sense of the complexities of the world and moving on to bring about badly needed change."

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As you probably know from my colleague, Don Hazen, AlterNet is on the verge of hitting our goal for this fundraising season; we need only $15K more. But we need a little help to get us over the top.

Noam Chomsky is one of the most important and popular writers and thinkers on AlterNet—and Noam reads AlterNet as well. Here is what he has to say:

I am constantly asked where to turn to learn about important matters that are ignored, scantily reported or distorted by prevailing ideological filters in mainstream sources. One answer that immediately comes to mind is: "Go to AlterNet." Its judiciously chosen selections regularly provide informative, thoughtful, independent contributions of great value for making sense of the complexities of the world and moving on to bring about badly needed change.

We need people like you to take the extra step and support us to keep us running strong as we head into a super challenging 2016.

Please give us a boost.

Jan Frel is AlterNet's editor-at-large and associate publisher. He is the author of Neighbors from Hell: An American Bedtime Story (Feral House, 2015). 

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