This morning marks the start of our second fundraising drive here at NRO. Bear with us this week, as a variety of political celebs, writers, and many of you, make the case for supporting NRO. NRO is profitable in terms of moving public policy and such, but it’s not a moneymaker. In other words, we’re not asking for you to empty your wallet to make sure I get the gold plating in my executive bathroom. The money you contribute to NRO goes back to you: It will all be spent on making a better product: more writers, more features, more reporting.
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