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Other National Review Reviews

Reliable and Informative - By Cole

10/30/2008

There are always copies of National Review lying around my house, as my wife and I are both avid readers of the publication - so much so that we each have our own biweekly subscription, because we hate sharing just one copy! National Review always presents reliable and informative news, commentary, and opinion for the conservative American, and has been doing so for nearly fifty years. Although more conservative periodicals have been published in more recent years, this magazine remains at the top, thanks to dedicated and loyal readers like me! I highly suggest a subscription to National Review.

No other quite like it - By Frank J. A.

10/23/2008

National Review is my source for info. on political commentary and analyisis on current events. I enjoy this magazine because it actually has some character, which is so rare in the news media these days. It shows wisdom, wit, style and individual personality which should be brought back to mainstream news! No other magazine presents current events with such a unique perspective. And since it comes every other week, I feel like National Review has more to offer, content-wise, than other weeklies who have to often force their work to print on a tight schedule. The articles are well-written and interesting. I read a review once that commented on how National Review has been labeled strictly conservative, but how it should be considered as presenting more of an individualistic point of view. I agree with this, and believe that magazines like this will help support people to question what is going on in the world, especially in government, and not to just sit back and watch it all happen. We need to look at what's going on with a discerning and critical eye, and I appreciate that National Review uncovers and de-mistifies what the news media presents to the public. While content and P.O.V. do lean to the right, you don't have to be strictly labeled "conservative" or "liberal" to appreciate the valuable approach of National Review.