Looks like the folks over at the Salisbury Review have decided to put several of their previous issues online free of charge. Certainly worth checking out. If you enjoy what you read, you might even consider subscribing for only $16 a year!
The Salisbury Review is an oasis of incisive, well-written conservative reaction in a transatlantic desert of wishy-washiness. Its editorial line is, to quote Churchill on his friend, mentor, and commanding officer Col. John Palmer Brabazon, that of diehard Toryism of the strictest and most robust school. It makes National Review look like The Nation. (Its editors handle correspondence by carrier pigeon for goodness’ sake!)
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