The Clyde Fitch Report represents the intersection of politics and culture. It was conceived and started in 2007 by Leonard Jacobs and now boasts 30 writers and 4 editors, all volunteers.
The site has just launched a KickStarter campaign to fund a site-wide tech upgrade, an audience and business development plan and an interactive debate feature called Center Ring, where the site's contributors or the general public can engage in a public forum.
Additionally, the site hopes to begin to provide each of the volunteers with a small stipend. "I think writers should be paid, call me crazy," says Jacobs. "It's not a lot of money, but it's the principal of the thing" he goes on to say in their KickStarter campaign video.
So if you have been looking for a cause to get behind, why not help out an organization that is trying to elevate the discourse on politics and the arts to a higher level. You can find out more information about their campaign here.