Join The Rantt Community

A Community For News Junkies.

No trolls. No bots. No data collection.

($10 a month subscription after trial period. More info below.)

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We’re turning our Slack chat into a community for news junkies. Think of it as a social network for news.

What is the Rantt Community?

The Rantt Community is a place for meaningful discussions. It consists of Rantt founders, writers, readers, and people of all backgrounds who love to talk politics.

Why should I join the Rantt Community?

At Rantt, we analyze the political moment and strategize for the future. Come for the discussions, stay for the friendships you’ll create with us and community members.

So how does it work?

After signing up, you can join our community right on the confirmation page. We have multiple channels that you can join spanning from politics to science to entertainment. You can access the app on mobile or desktop.

How much does it cost?

It's a $10 a month subscription to Rantt so you also gain access to our exclusive newsletter. Your subscription supports our independent, ad-free journalism.

Why should I have to pay for something I haven’t used before?

You shouldn’t. We give all of our members a 30-day free trial so that they can see what the community is all about before being charged.

How do I cancel?

You can cancel at any time by emailing us at [email protected] letting us know you'd wish to unsubscribe.

Don’t just take our word for it. Here’s what our members are saying:

"I’ve considered it a privilege to be a part of Rantt’s Slack community. I enjoy the perspectives of a wide variety of journalists and forward thinkers." - Jackie

"Belonging to Rantt is one of the best things to happen to me since the 2016 Presidential Election." - Mark

"The Rantt team is amazing, and it's refreshing to see intelligent discussion and differing opinions without incivility. It's distractingly interesting and fun." - Carol

"In a social media news wasteland, Rantt's slack channel provides context, clarity, and community." - Brian

Give it a try!