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At first the idea of paying for blogs didn't appeal to me. However, this blog is well-designed from a quality content point of view. You get large numbers of quality articles for an inexpensive price. I'd much rather relax and read these while I'm on the go then sit in front of the computer screen and read them. If you enjoy reading informative and well-written articles from a "conservative" bent on your Kindle, then you can't go wrong with this blog.
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I have renewed my subscription to NR again and things are back to normal. Articles are updated daily. Glad to have them back.
I have to now agree with the other reviewer who is considering dropping the subscription. Articles are no longer complete--- most end in More. Clicking on More takes one to the internet. This is not good on the standard Kindle. My Fire might work but its not a good alternative. I have written NRO about this matter.
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This is great, one of the reasons I bought my kindle is so I could read articles more fluid than on my phone. I'm very pleased with this service and the pricing of it.Published 4 months ago by Andres Meza
Love the commentary, authors and common sense these articles provide. Articles are thought provoking and give me ammunition when among my liberal moonbat friends!Published on April 13, 2014 by sharon
The National Review has been an exceptional magazine since its inception, when Bill Buckley started it back in the day. It still is a marvelous read, especially on-line. Read morePublished on December 14, 2013 by Dusty Yefsky
This NRO blog has suddenly declined in quality. The articles are no longer complete -- there is essentially just the beginning presented with the option of retrieving the entire... Read morePublished on July 26, 2013 by Bert Smith
The byline is gone. No authors are listed for the pieces, which for me, makes this frustrating and worthless. Read morePublished on April 25, 2013 by The Last Man
I hate this process of review writing. how can people do this hectic work. reviews should be for customers. no customer will use this kind of a review.Published on August 30, 2012 by s4 gmmm