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Coming Soon — the Ben Shapiro NRPlus Call

Ben Shapiro (Gage Skidmore)

This coming Tuesday, I’ll be chatting with our friend, the great Ben Shapiro on our latest NRPlus conference call. If you’re not an NRPlus member yet but you’d like to join us, you can sign up for NRPlus here. One of the benefits of membership is these calls — the prior two guests were Devin Nunes and Karl Rove — but you also get total access to all of our content, an almost entirely ad-free experience, the ability to comment on the website, and much more.

We are delighted to have Ben, who is an enormous star on campus and social media (as well, we are happy to say, a weekly columnist for us). We’ll talk about the hot topics in politics and culture, and his bestselling new book, The Right Side of History, out just this week. We’ll also take questions from NRPlus members.

If you’re already a member, you can register for the call via the link you’ve already gotten in your email or on Facebook. If you’re not, please sign up for NRPlus and join us.

Rich Lowry is the editor of National Review. He can be reached via email: 

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