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37 Responses to Donate to The Matt Walsh Blog

  1. lisawoody says:

    After reading what liberal lurker “Paul” wrote about you on his blog, I’m making a donation to yours. He’d have a cow if he knew.

  2. Chiapetta says:

    Hey Matt – How are your tips? What do you think of this article about Christian tippers? http://www.huffingtonpost.com/justin-lee/are-christians-christianitys-worst-enemies_b_2586339.html

  3. smurphny says:

    Hey Matt, when you have a chance email me. “aaronsmallets@gmail.com” You were the number 1 blog today I was number 2. I have some questions for you. Thanks!!!

  4. Dude, Mr. Matt Walsh, Alpaca Guy,
    When I make money writing I absolutely will be supporting you financially as well. God bless you and your family so much that you don’t know what to do with all the blessings. Keep on writing. Keep on asking God to lead your words. It’s very clear He is doing just that. β€œJudger! You’re a big fat judge-face, all you do is judge all day like a judging judge McJudgePants!”
    ❀ Kerri

  5. Julie Evans says:

    Thank you Matt for your blog, how can we get more of this?

  6. Amy Velderman says:

    Do I have to donate to get the blog? I’d like to donate sometime, but December isn’t a good time for that at this house. Thanks.
    amy

  7. michael Veronesi says:

    Right Man, Im gonna Donate to something that cost you zip.nada,nothing, zilch……Get Real Idiot. Why don’t you just post your blogs and be happy you are changing some opinions on life.

    • Your hate is showing. lol He is working. He is writing. If you think that’s nothing that’s okay. It’s not going to bother him. God has given talents to each one of us. What are yours? I know you have some great things to share with the world. πŸ™‚ Have courage and ask Him to show you what they are if you aren’t aware of them. Merry Christmas.

    • Michelle C. says:

      Actually, bloggers do make money. Bloggers pay a LOT of money to keep their websites going. That’s why many are making $30,000 – $600,000 and more per year. Thank you very much. πŸ˜€

    • JT says:

      It cost money to change opinions via web. I suspect he is just trying to cover overhead cost. I have a website where I am trying to help build community and I know that it is not cheep to have a website.

  8. Amanda McGuire says:

    Just donated! Thanks for all that you do. You put into words what so many of us have a hard time vocalizing in this PC, painfully immoral world and we appreciate it. Thank you!!

  9. Wendy DeVier says:

    How about an address to send to, Matt.

  10. kcfig says:

    If I wasn’t broke I’d donate to ya dude.

  11. Arra says:

    If I wasn’t a college student trying to make ends meet by working with a very underpaid newspaper job, I would have donated. Godspeed, Matt. Never tire of enlightening this generation πŸ™‚

  12. Donating! Love your blog!
    Do you have a banner that I can put on my blog?

  13. Kyle says:

    God bless you and your family.

  14. annsinfo says:

    Just made my first donation, just found the blog today and really enjoy your writing. Keep it up

  15. Karie Clingo says:

    I am inspired to donate. Keep up the good work!!!
    Not everyone is a good writer. Many write but never inspire. You do both. So therefore
    you deserve a reward–and if money is a reward–then money you shall have!
    PS– I loved your blog; “I Wasn’t Ready for Marriage.” FABULOUSLY well said!!!! I’m passing that one on and on and ON!!! God bless you!!!

  16. Kim says:

    Hi Matt! Yes your wife is lucky to be at home! I would love to be a stay at home mom again. I don’t mean it in a rude way. I know all the jobs and responsibility that goes along with it. I was one for 2 years. The best 2 years. Unfortunately I had to go back to work part time. I am part time and very lucky to be only part time. I do the majority of what I did when I was only a stay at home mom, along with working all day Saturday and Sunday. I miss out on a lot. Sundays suck because I work 8 hours, pick my daughter up and do all I use to all day Sunday, Sunday night after my daughter goes to bed. I am lucky to be home 3 days a week instead of 2, very lucky my husband works a lot of hours and helps me a lot. So if I met you and told you your wife is lucky she is a stay at home mom, I mean it because I am jealous. Maybe sometimes that’s what people mean. I hate missing out on bedtime 2 nights a week, I hate missing out on Saturday & Sundays. So yes she is very lucky. Yes some women I BELIEVE go to work to get away from it all. Some have even told me, I couldn’t stay home all day, so they pay for a cleaning lady, after care, and eat crap all week, so they don’t have to be home. Some have to do it because they have too, some do it because they want too. Either way that’s their life. Don’t hate on them. You never know what goes on behind close doors.

  17. BillcCracken says:

    Well said!

  18. Kathy says:

    Just curious about how much you raised for your brother’s mission trip.

  19. Samantha says:

    Matt – in the future – could you include pictures with all your posts – so I can share them on Pinterest? thanks!

  20. Helen says:

    According to this guy, vegetarians aren’t people, people who see gay rights as civil rights are (…what was it, blowbags?) and progressives are mobs. I wonder if that nasty attitude ever cuts into his donations. My conservative friends may not share my ideas, but they would never talk to me like this.

  21. Doug Levy says:

    Looking for a subscription button or page or something… not finding it…. TIA

  22. Shawnskis girl says:

    Great insite

  23. k23mt says:

    People pay for this garbage? Oh, life is so funny.

  24. Matt,
    I have made a small donation. Sorry it couldn’t be more. But I think your talent and hard work deserve to earn a paycheck.
    You were incredibly brave to leave your radio gig, move halfway across the country (with kids), and set up shop in a new state to earn your bread from just writing.
    I’ll be making regular contributions, and I know that the cumulative effect of people who share my opinion will result in it adding up to a decent salary. Maybe not yet … but soon.
    God bless you!
    πŸ™‚

  25. Jorden says:

    You are asking for donations??? Why don’t you just put the ad’s on, we already know how many people you get to your site, and in case anyone doesn’t know, it’s a TON, so you should be doing just fine with the ad’s you have. Donations for what??? What is it that your using the donations for? I find this pretty ridiculous.

  26. Hi Matt,
    I own a newspaper and I have been trying to contact you for a few weeks now. I need to get your permission to print some of your blogs in a free newspaper in Billings Montana. I could probably get one in every month on the opinion page. I would love to get your material in the next issue. Please respond if you see this.

    Thanks
    Jeff

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