There’s but a month to go before we set sail on the National Review 2011 Caribbean Cruise, and we’re still looking for ways to make this tremendous trip even better. And we have. John Fund, the acclaimed political journalist, will be joining our incredible array of top conservative speakers, which includes
acclaimed author Mark Steyn, conservative foreign-policy hero John Bolton, former Senator Fred Thompson, Islam scholar Bernard Lewis, historian Victor Davis Hanson, esteemed academics James Q. Wilson and Charles Kesler, foreign-policy expert Elliott Abrams, former New Hampshire Governor John Sununu, columnists Tony Blankley, Cal Thomas, Mona Charen, Deroy Murdock, and S. E. Cupp, terrorism and legal experts Andrew McCarthy and John Yoo, political guru Ralph Reed, social critic and humorist James Lileks, Americans United for Life president Charmaine Yoest, best-selling conservative authors Andrew Klavan and Michael Walsh, ace economist Kevin Hassett, State Policy Network executive Tracie Sharp, domestic-policy expert Sally Pipes, and, from NR, editor Rich Lowry, Liberal Fascism author Jonah Goldberg, columnist Rob Long, NRO editor-at-large Kathryn Lopez, senior editors Jay Nordlinger, David Pryce-Jones, and Ramesh Ponnuru, “Campaign Spot” blogger Jim Geraghty, “Exchequer” blogger Kevin D. Williamson, NRO contributor John Derbyshire, National Correspondent John J. Miller, ace political reporter Bob Costa, and infamous—no, outrageous—NR artist Roman Genn.
Join the 550-plus folks who are going to have a phenomenal seven days (featuring nine seminars, two “Night Owls,” 3 cocktail receptions, one late-night smoker sponsored by H. Upmann cigars, and dining on three nights with our guest speakers) on Holland America Line’s luxurious Eurodam. The dates are November 12-19, and the place to get complete information, and to sign up, is www.nrcruise.com.