National Review is a news and politics magazine that offers conservative news, commentary and opinion about current events in our world.
National Review is still going strong since its introduction by William F. Buckley, Jr. -- an American conservative author and commentator -- in 1955. This smart, well-written publication continues to be on the forefront of conservative thought. National Review is able to capture insider political knowledge from its Washington D.C.-based staff as well as from conservative thinkers and leaders from outside the Beltway. Published bi-weekly, the news magazine offers editorials, commentary and analysis on both American and international issues, including politics, economics, culture, law and society.
Each issue of National Review is comprised of shorter articles and longer features, and is divided into sections, including: Books, Arts & Manners, which is dedicated to book reviews, culture commentary and social etiquette; The Week, a recap of notable news and events; Athwart, a column that highlights the magazine's conservative ideals; Poetry; and Happy Warrior, which features someone undeterred by opposition.