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Banned in Boston!

No, not books, but liberal platitudification, Democrat fish-mongerizing, New England Republican milquetoastery, all that and more such contra-conservative humbuggery will be banned in Boston this November 20th, although limited to the Tour Room Bar at the Harpoon Brewery, site of the NR’s forthcoming, eagerly anticipated, hellzapoppin Big Beantown Benefit Bash.

Instead of the lefty claptrap that pervades our media, From 6pm to 8pm, NR All Stars Mark Steyn, Jonah Goldberg, Kevin Williamson, Jay Nordlinger, and Jim Geraghty will be socializing, picture-posing, and issue-pontificating (and maybe even engaging in karaoke if someone will smuggle in a ukulele!) under the influence of Harpoon beer, ale, cider (the hard kind!), homemade pretzels, and heavy hors d’oeuvres. A veritable conservative bacchanalia fest is in store.

Be there, to enjoy the fun, and to contribute (the “benefit” part of the event’s title refers to how the proceeds are expected to help your adrift-in-the Red-Ink-Sea favorite conservative magazine and website) Space is limited (only 60 people can fit in the fancy Harpoon facility and we are more than half-way towards that number). Reserve your place here.

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