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Approaching 300 Reserved Cabins on Our Bon November Voyage

Sales are very brisk for the upcoming National Review 2011 Caribbean Cruise – close to 500 people have reserved nearly 300 cabins. Which should come as no surprise: This is going to be a wonderful trip, filled with conservative camaraderie, and, more importantly, deep, entertaining, and insightful discussion of the 2012 elections and the day’s top issues – courtesy of over three dozen primo conservative stars, including

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