Become a Patron

When you become an American Pigeon patron, you become part of a community that shapes the conservative conversation and supports independent journalism. 

With your patronage comes a host of exclusive benefits that you’re entitled to. 

Dear AP reader, 

A patronage program was something we have thought about for a while. As you may have noticed, we’re one of the few sites that aren’t blanketed in ads. That’s something we don’t plan to change.

Before we set out to offer a membership, we wanted to first build a community of dedicated readers.

During that time, we learned that any successful news outlet as engaged in the political sphere as we are must be honest and passionate. 

We’re a small dedicated team working day and night to bring to you what matters most, with a perspective not otherwise offered in the diluted pool of news reporting. Your subscription means that we can continue to do that. 

—Your Editors 

"What benefits do I get?"

No. 1. 

Unlimited access to the entire magazine, without limitation, including

    • Magazine issues, op-eds, columns, including Burke.
    • Unlimited downloads of PDF versions of magazine issues.
    • Hard copies sent in the mail (for yearly patrons only). 

Magazines are about more than just the news. As a patron, you gain access to big idea articles that touch the essence of conservatism and politics. 

No. 2. 

The privilege of commenting.

Being part of a community means that what you have to say matters. We want to hear your thoughts, whether you agree or disagree. So join the conversation. 

No. 3. 

Talk with the editors

  • Join us for discussions via Twitter Spaces broadcasted to our followers (TBD). 

This is another perk of being part of a community: exercise your voice box. We want to hear what you have to say on everything going on in the world. Whatever our topic might be, let’s hear your thoughts. 

This is exclusively for yearly subscribers. We will contact you from the email you provide to inform you of upcoming dates and whether you would like to participate.

Dear reader: American Pigeon has discontinued all operations and subscriptions are no longer available. This website is functioning as an archive for all previously published work until further notice.