of sterling conservative status who are happy to find themselves, and their tremendous essays, articles, and reflections, in the 50th Anniversary issue of National Review. Folks, I have to tell you, this is a great issue, not merely because it celebrates our Golden Anniversary, but more so because its contents are superior and voluminous. Abundanza – it’s a conservative smorgasbord featuring Robert Bork, Ward Connerly, Arthur Laffer, Larry Kudlow, John Stossel, Rick Brookhiser, Midge Decter, Mark Helprin, Paul Johnson, John O’Sullivan, Jonah Goldberg, Rob Long, Ramesh Ponnuru, David Pryce-Jones, Roger Scruton, Mark Steyn, James Q. Wilson, Haley Barbour, Jeb Bush, Bill Owens, Dick Cheney, Pat Sajak, Tom Selleck, Peggy Noonan, Mona Charen, Adam Bellows, Richard Pipes, Priscilla Buckley, Terry Teachout, Roger Kimball, Myron Magnet, Charles Kessler, Lawrence Lindsey, Charles Murray, Daniel Mahoney, Kenneth Minogue, Tom Wolfe, Thomas Sowell, Caspar Weiniberger, David Frum, Jacob Sullum, Walter Olson, Stephen Moore, Clint Bolick, John Miller, and more (like WFB!). And for NR old-timers, there’s even a Trans-O-Gram! This very special issue will have you packing on the conservative calories – go ahead and stuff yourself. Check out the menu (better known as the Table of Contents).