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National Review founder William F. Buckley Jr.

Hey guys! If you’re like me, you love National Review. But did you know you can get even more National Review if you become an NRPlus member?

Yes, I’m totally serious. If you become a member, you’ll get all kinds of cool perks like invitations to gatherings with editors and writers, members-only conference calls featuring stars like Rich Lowry (he didn’t even pay me to call him a star) and access to a special members-only Facebook group where you can discuss whatever you want with people who have as good of taste in writing as you do.

It’s one thing to just read National Review. (And we thank you for it! Thank you!) But honestly, it’s entirely another thing to have the opportunity to interact not only with your fellow readers, but also with the writers and editors, and that’s exactly what NRPlus is. It’s kind of like having a backstage pass to your favorite concert, except for we won’t be inviting you onto our tour bus after the show. (Read: We do not have a tour bus.)

With all of the insanity going on throughout our country and the media these days, it can be more refreshing than a Fresca (anyone else still drink this? Just me?) to have a place where you can chat with other smart people who have their heads on straight. So do yourself a favor and join NRPlus right now! (Or after you get out of work is fine, just do it.)

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