Showing posts from December, 2015

You are the difference

Dear John, You're standing in the way of a liberal takeover. You and your fellow conservatives will make America the nation our Founders envisioned. 2016 is pivotal to America's future -- and you are the difference. Please make your year-end gift to Heritage by midnight tonight: Thank you for all you do for the conservative movement, and have a very happy New Year. Sincerely, Jim DeMint President The Heritage Foundation | 214 Massachusetts Avenue, NE | Washington, D.C. 20002 | (800) 546-2843 You are subscribed to Heritage Foundation e-mails as If you want to change your e-mail preferences, please click here to update your subscription . -

What Ends with a Bang Begins with a Jolt

Dear Friend, Really, how can a conservative start the day, or get through it, without having read Morning Jolt, Jim Geraghty's breakfast-time tour-de-force? Technically, MJ is not part of NRO, but Jim kindly offers chunks of it in The Corner and, when appropriate, as articles. So, that said, Jim IS most definitely part of NRO, and a darned big part of it at that. Pick a reason: his ace reporting, his even ace-ier political analysis, his noon-time podcast homage to the (hic!) good old days, Three Martini Lunch . So let's put a period on NR's end-of-the-year Webathon , and our little experiment in the Top 10 reasons you should support your favorite conservative website, by designating Jim Geraghty (who does a terrific people's eyebrow!), as Reason #1. Of course, we would be amiss if we did not interrupt this commercial with a commercial for Jim's acclaimed new book, Heavy Lifting: Grow Up, Get a Job, Raise a

My End-of-the-Year Award Picks

National Review If this email is difficult to read, view it on the web .   December 30, 2015     Morning Jolt ... with Jim Geraghty       Welcome to the last Morning Jolt of 2015! The Jolt will return Monday, January 4. If you're not listening to the Three Martini Lunch daily podcast , you're missing Radio America's Greg Corombos and I pick our annual end-of-the-year award winners, inspired by the categories from the old black-tie McLaughlin Group episodes. Most underrated political figure of 2015: I think everybody underrated Matt