And by “all” I already mean thousands upon thousands of your closest friends. If you’re like me, and you’re afflicted by a crippling case of what the kids call “FOMO” (fear of missing out), then signing up for NRPlus isn’t an option, it’s an imperative.
What is NRPlus? I’ll let the esteemed Charles C. W. Cooke explain:
NRPlus is NR’s new digital membership service. Among other things, NRPlus members get full digital access to the magazine and its digital archives; get to listen to every episode within NR’s growing podcast archive; get rid of up to 90 percent of the advertisements on NationalReview.com; get to comment on all posts; and, best of all, get to join NR’s members-only Facebook group and connect with NR’s writers, and readers (just yesterday, Jonah Goldberg did an “Ask Me Anything” for the group). Moreover, NRPlus members get around the paywall, so they’ll never miss another article.
As Charlie said in his post, our publication isn’t just a magazine, it’s a family. And NRPlus is a great way for our family to stay connected. In fact, I’m headed over the Facebook page right now to start my own “Ask Me Anything.” Sign up, and I’ll see you there.