The New York Times has a piece today on conservative magazines. There are things to quibble with in the article, but this graph pans out nicely:
“We’re seeing free-market capitalism trampled in some new way every 12 hours,” said Rich Lowry, editor of National Review, the magazine William F. Buckley started in 1955, which helped to create the conservative movement. Now, Mr. Lowry said, there is a need to restate “the eternal verities”: the free market, traditional social institutions and a tough-minded foreign policy.
Now excuse me while I make room for our next “venomous exchanges.”