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Can Pat Toomey Save the Senate? Hilary’s Authoritarian Progressivism. The ‘Christian Fascism’ Myth. The Pennsylvania Conservative in the Fight of his Life. Founded in 1955 by William F. Buckley Jr., National Review is America’s most-influential journal of conservative opinion, news, and commentary. National Review consistently provides those who shape policy and legislation with the unconventional, well-reasoned, and in-depth editorial commentary they depend on regarding today’s most critical issues. Take a look for yourself.
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National Review magazine is a semi-monthly magazine acclaimed as America’s influential and most read by those who like to stay updated on conservative news, opinion, and commentary. Covering expert views on the topic of national interest, this magazine carries editorials, reviews, reporting, and analysis on cultural, domestic and international politics, and religious and economic trends. Art lovers will find reviews on movies, books, TV and music to their liking. The latest National Review digital magazine issue is now available on the Texture Magazine App for iPad, iPhone, Android tablets and smartphones as well as Windows 8 devices.
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