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Dan Hannan and Peter Robinson on NR Post-Election Cruise



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Our good friends, the wise and erudite conservative Brit who has earned proper worldwide acclaim for poking EU bureaucrats and the Union’s diminishment of democracy, and the multi-talented man behind Hoover Digest and Uncommon Knowledge, have agreed to join us this November on the National Review 2012 Post-Election Cruise. Dan, the European Parliamentarian, Telegraph blogger, and author of last year’s critically praised The New Road to Serfdom (as well as the Encounter Broadsides’ Why America Must Not Follow Europe), and Peter, who with Rob Long founded Ricochet, (he’s also the author of several books, including How Ronald Reagan Changed My Life), will be part of an amazing contingent of top conservative speakers, authors, and strategists, including Islam scholar Bernard Lewis, historian Victor Davis Hanson, pollster Scott Rasmussen, former RNC chairman Ed Gillespie, political guru Ralph Reed, columnists Cal Thomas, James Lileks, and Mona Charen, military expert Bing West, foreign affairs expert Elliott Abrams, legal scholars John Yoo and Ed Whelan, economics experts James Pethokoukis, Alan Reynolds, Kevin Hassett, and Andrew Stuttaford, City Journal editor Brian Anderson, The New Criterion editor Roger Kimball, immigration expert Mark Krikorian, author Michael Walsh, NRO editor-at-large Jonah Goldberg, NR editor Rich Lowry, political correspondent John Fund, former NR editor John O’Sullivan, “Long View” columnist Rob Long, senior editors Jay Nordlinger and Ramesh Ponnuru, NRO “Exchequer” blogger Kevin Williamson, NRO editor-at-large Kathryn Jean Lopez, political reporter Robert Costa, NRO “Campaign Spot” blogger Jim Geraghty, national correspondent John J. Miller, and, as a special treat, conservative hero James L. Buckley. Get complete information about this wonderful Caribbean trip (scheduled for November 11 to 18 on Holland America’s beautiful Nieuw Amsterdam), and securely reserve your stateroom, at www.nrcruise.com.



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