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We like to think that the Spectator staff puts out a great print magazine and a lineup of daily web columns that will provoke thought and stir laughter. But you don’t have to take our word for it. Here’s what Mark Levin told his radio audience last week:
I mean, The American Spectator — which has been around almost as long as National Review — The American Spectator has stood true to principle through all of it. Largely due to the leadership there, my buddy Bob Tyrrell. Wlad over there, too, and a number of others. You’ve got the great Jeffrey Lord.
There’s a number — I don’t want to start naming everybody, but you’ve got an absolutely tremendous magazine and website there, The American Spectator.
I would suggest that you bookmark it.
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