The Corner

The Pleasure Can Be Yours

Jeremy Kareken of NYC writes of NR’s NY fundraiser in Feb.:

Elbows and palms, what a sincere pleasure it was to rub and press them, respectively. All my heroes were there: from the delightful, Celt-zonian Kate O’Beirne…to that epitome of geek-chic Jonah Goldberg…. Thank you, National Review, for introducing me to libertarians, wonks, social conservatives, and econ-junkies. My brain and soul thank you, whilst my liver hopes you understand if it holds grudges.

Come to our Atlanta fundraiser—details here.

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