The National Ledger has business relationships with companies who pay to place advertisements or product and service offers on our Web site. We use the revenue from these relationships to help offset the costs of maintaining the web site, and purchasing the bandwidth to present our readers with our eclectic mix of breaking news, pop culture and political commentary.
Clicking On Advertisements
At times, when you click on an advertisement, a box will pop up that may ask questions or ask you to respond to a survey or poll or answer a question. These boxes are controlled by the advertiser; information you enter into these boxes is submitted to the advertiser, and not to The National Ledger.
The appearance of third-party advertisements or sponsorship acknowledgements on The National Ledger is not a guarantee or an endorsement by The National Ledger or any of our content partners.
The National Ledger does not accept advertising that we know either contains false or misleading claims.
This advertising policy may be revised periodically. When we make significant changes that affect our advertising policies and practices, we will post a notice on this page. We recommend that you read our advertising policy whenever you visit our site to review any changes.