April 24, 2013

iSteve Spring Panhandling Drive

I'm starting up a panhandling drive for your contributions. I really appreciate your support. It helps me continue to live indoors.

First, you can make a tax deductible contribution via VDARE by clicking clicking here.

Second, you can make a non-tax deductible contribution by credit card via WePay by clicking here

Third: You can mail a non-tax deductible donation to:

Steve Sailer
P.O Box 4142
Valley Village, CA 91607-4142



Anonymous said...

Steve, have you noticed that there is an 'iSteve' mockumentary about Steve Jobs coming out soon. It comes up when I google iSteve along with pics of you and jobs on the right of the screen. Hopefully you get some more hits as a result.

Anonymous said...

Take Bitcoins? It's fairly easy to set up if you don't.

Brett_McS said...

Done. The most thoughtful and interesting blog I have come across.

Kai Carver said...

wow the WePay option is the most painless way I've contributed to iSteve yet. It just worked, unlike PayPal which I'll just call PainPal because of how annoying it's been over the years.

Luke Lea said...


Incidentally Mark Krikorian gave some excellent Senate testimony this morning detailing the hollowness of the new amnesty bill, and the end of which he was summarily cut of by Sen. Leahy, to be followed by a simpering proponent of the bill mouthing platitudes. It's on C-span.

Krikorian's book on immigration reform was disappointingly weak, but the guy can really talk. He's Armenian fwiw.

Anonymous said...


get a bitcoinpublic wallet at blockchain.info or download a private one at bitcoin.org

put your wallet address up somewhere on your site. you will get a LOT more donations. it's fast global anonymous easy and hard to trace.

i would definitely send you some.

Anonymous said...

What's your bitcoin address?

Anonymous said...

Aside from the obvious, what's the difference between tax deductible and non-tax deductible contributions? Does one not go to you or is not usable for certain purposes?

Anonymous said...

And if you weren't aware, bitcoins can be converted to "real money" with an account at mtgox.com . Also, it will provide you with a permanent wallet address to receive bitcoins.

It can be a slight pain to set up, but once it is done it's smooth sailing.