Interesting to note It is interesting that NO "LIBERAL" critique of news publications ever seems to smash "conservative" news publications yet even critiquing your own publications you just CANNOT simply state whether you find a publication good/bad/indifferent. Conservatives seem to HAVE TO attack the "other side" regardless of circumstance. Such posturing shows a lack in the people making such critiques, showing a rather high possibility of ones inability for true reasoned thoughts since they seem to have a NEED to be biased
National Review presents well thought-out commentary from a conservative perspective. A college professor once told me that if I wanted to learn how to write, I should read Buckley's National Review and imitate its writers. Buckley is no longer with us, alas, but much of his relatively high standards remain. One may disagree with its editorial viewpoint, but it's not fair to denigrate this publication on the basis of ideological disagreement alone. Literate leftists should point toward some highbrow liberal publication of their own rather than tear down this excellent one. Anyone who has felt the stirrings of conservative thought at all should check it out.
Pretty good right-leaning bias There are enough "left" leaning publications out there. At least this magazine doesn't make any claims of being impartial. If you want to read a right leaning opinion against what you might read in a left leaning mag--as some of us do--this is a great magazine for it. User "James" is typical of people that are far out on either side; doesn't contribute a thing, but adds his own brand of hate for people that don't think like he does. Read a bunch of different pubs and make your own informed reasonable decision. This magazine could give you a different perspective. I would mark 4 stars because I find it a little expensive for a bi-weekly to add to my magazine subs, but gets an extra star for garnering the ire of "James."
Well-written. Uses great journalism and English writing skills,...very rare for today! Presents the truth, with the proof, i.e. sources found and documented, without sounding biased or becoming unfair and opinionated. They may draw conclusions, but those conclusions, if drawn, are only presented with solid facts and sources listed and quoted, for the reader and public. I use this public for some of my research, at times...checking all sources, as researchers, true journalists, writers, should always do!
A great read... This magazine comes to my home once a month. I can't wait for the next issue. It's really fun to read. Also, I will learn a lot because I am ill informed on many issues.
Yeah!! Glad to see publications that fight the sheep mentality, you know hypocrites that hate something but cave because its not trendy to do so¿ This magazine pulls no punches and asks the questions that need to be asked.