They say all good things must come to an end, and whether or not that’s really true, this good thing we have here — The National Sentinel — is ending, at least for the time being.
We hate to do it, but other interests are pulling us away from this very important project that really deserves much more attention than we can give it right now.
Our readers don’t deserve a half-assed publication that is hurriedly tossed together every day. You all deserve a quality product, and that takes time, thought, and planning — all of which we have less and less of these days.
So, without dragging this out, we just wanted to say thanks to our loyal readers for coming back each day; thanks to the guys at Whatfinger for all of their posts of TNS stories, and thanks to the advertisers for keeping us (barely) afloat these past few years.
Will we be back? Maybe; maybe not. Maybe so in a different form or format. We don’t know at this point, but we’re sure not going to waste any time worrying about what might have been.
And neither should you. No doubt we’ll see many of you online again, likely at other publications but still, we’ll see you when we see you, and those will be good times.
Take care, don’t give up on President Trump or the GOP, and for damn sure, don’t give up on this constitutional republic of ours. We’re strong but at the same time, our system is fragile. We need a reliable media to protect it.