Now through September 15, $30 of every Mug Club subscription will go directly toward Hurricane Harvey relief efforts in Houston and surrounding areas. The funds will be donated to the Houston Food Bank.
“A lot of people out there have been doing whatever it is that they can; you can give your time, you can give money, and here at Louder with Crowder we’re able to give a platform,” Crowder said.
On their website, the Louder with Crowder team says it’s using its platform to raise money for those working to provide relief in southern Texas.
“America First” is a whole lot more than a slogan. All the red, white and blue, bald eagle merchandise and “made in America” bumper stickers don’t mean a thing if we won’t help our own when they need it most. “America first” means putting the needs of other Americans first. That means before our own. And right now, there are a whole lot of them. There are a ton of ways to give. You can give time, you can give money, you can give blood, you can open your home to those in need.
Here at Louder with Crowder, we can give our platform. We can use our content to harness the power of our viewers and members, to raise who-knows-how many dollars for the great people working to provide relief in southern Texas.
“Nationalism” is all the rage nowadays. Prove it. Help the nation when it needs it most.
This is true. Everything we can do. https://t.co/WcXeR6V9H8— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) September 1, 2017
Chris Pandolfo is a staff writer and type-shouter for Conservative Review. He holds a B.A. in politics and economics from Hillsdale College. His interests are conservative political philosophy, the American founding, and progressive rock. Follow him on Twitter for doom-saying and great album recommendations @ChrisCPandolfo.
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