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Last Minute Gifts: Magazines For Political Conservatives

In the age of Fox News and Breitbart, it’s tough for those of a right-wing persuasion to find dialogue that’s firmly hinged. Instead of intra-familial political warfare this holiday season, help your racist uncle take it from ranting to rational with a subscription to one of these leading conservative publications. The prospect of keeping your food down at Christmas dinner makes it a gift the whole family can enjoy.

National Review

National Review subscription Founded by William F. Buckley in 1955, National Review is widely recognized as the definitive source for intellectual discussion of conservative ideas. Published both digitally and in print, the online edition boasts that it is, “America’s most widely read and influential magazine and web site for conservative news, commentary and opinion.”

Buy: National Review $29.50/year

The Weekly Standard

The Weekly Standard subscription For those of a neoconservative persuasion, The Weekly Standard is a great choice. This ironic mashup of conservatives who endorse social welfare programs and to this day support the Iraq War is pure page-turning satisfaction.

Buy: The Weekly Standard $64.00/year

The American Conservative

The American Conservative kindle subscription The paleo-conservative pick, The American Conservative is known for advancing fiscal responsibility, discouraging military intervention and defending privacy. If you long for your grandad’s GOP, this is the magazine for you.

Buy: The American Conservative for Kindle $1.99/month

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