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Let's Bend an Elbow
2016-09-24 11:02:25
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Let's Bend an Elbow


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Dear NR Friend,

I want to buy you a beer. Maybe even three.

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Or, or a club soda, or a pina colada, or whatever tickles your libationary fancy. Whether hard liquor or soft drink or the fruit of the vine, you pick. To quaff them, just join me on the Lido Deck on The National Review 2016 Post-Election Caribbean Cruise.

Go to nrcruise.com for complete information about this terrific upcoming trip, scheduled for November 13-20 on Holland America Line's luxurious MS Nieuw Amsterdam.

We'll be sailing from Ft. Lauderdale and visiting Grand Cayman, Half Moon Cay, Cozumel, and Key West, in the company of a group of primo conservative writers, leaders, activists, and analysts, including of Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, historian Victor Davis Hanson, terrorism and defense experts Bing West, Andrew McCarthy, and John Hillen, Independent Women's Forum chairman Heather Higgins, conservative movie-maker Dinesh D'Souza, pro-life champion Charmaine Yoest, conservative legal expert John Yoo, NR editor-in-chief Rich Lowry, NRO editor Charles Cooke, Commentary editor John Podhoretz, City Journal editor Brian Anderson, former NR Washington editor Neal Freeman, NR senior editors Jonah Goldberg, Jay Nordlinger and Ramesh Ponnuru, NR essayists David French, Kevin Williamson, and Reihan Salam, NR Washington editor Eliana Johnson, NR columnists Rob Long and James Lileks, ace political writers Jim Geraghty and John Miller, and culture-scene reporter Kat Timpf.

I think it's pretty likely one of them will join us -- you and me -- for a frothy ale. And scintillating conversation about current events, or that guy sitting by the pool with the funny hat.

Now do sign up (prices are incredibly affordable) for what will be a fantastic week. Again, visit nrcruise.com for complete information, and to securely reserve your affordable cabin.

All the best and see you in November,

Jack Fowler, Publisher

P.S. Be warned: I'm cutting you off after three. Okay?

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