The Corner

Top 10 Reasons to Come On Nr “Post-Election” Cruise

Number 5: DINESH D’SOUZA

We are ecstatic that Dinesh will once again be part of an NR sea-faring extravaganza. The author of numerous important books–Ronald Reagan, Illiberal Education, The End of Racism, What’s So Great about America, Letters to a Young Conservative, and so many more–is always a big hit because he is as congenial as he is mega-bright, witty, and no-punch-pulling. On our forthcoming voyage, we’re particularly looking forward to his reflections on The Gipper, and America’s ever-raging cultural wars (imagine Dinesh and columnist Michelle Malkin on the same panel, gleefully tipping over liberal sacred cows!).

Now, you can spend the week of November 13-20 at home, kicking yourself because you never got around to signing up for the National Review 2004 Post-Election Caribbean Cruise, trying to blame the dog and the weatherman and your mother-in-law for making you miss the opportunity to spend seven glorious days and nights in the company of Dinesh, Michelle, and a host of other great speakers–including Bernard Lewis, Victor Davis Hanson, Dick Morris, Rep. Pat Toomey, Ed Gillespie, Stephen Moore, John Hillen, John Derbyshire, John O’Sullivan, Rich Lowry, Ramesh Ponnuru, and Jay Nordlinger–who will be thrilling hundreds of NR readers with their dead-on analyses of the election results, the ongoing war against terrorism, American strategy in Europe and the Middle East, and so much more.

Or you can do what you know you should do (and what some 300 NR and NRO fans have already done): sign up now for this fantastic trip aboard Holland America Line’s world-class Zuiderdam, which will be the setting for numerous seminars of sharp/witty discussions of politics and policy, revelrous pool-side cocktail parties, late-night “smokers” (featuring H. Upmann cigars and complimentary cognac!), and intimate dining (on at least two nights) with our speakers.

If that seems like a pretty obvious choice, well, that’s because it is. And to make it even easier on you, we’re offering super-affordable rates: our ultra-low prices start at just $1,549 a person! So do the right thing, right now: reserve your luxury stateroom on the National Review 2004 Post-Election Caribbean Cruise. We’ve even got a website that has complete information about our trip, the ship, and a secure reservation form–visit us now.

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