National Review founder William F. Buckley Jr. (National Review)

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I begin this new year on a grateful note — grateful to the hundreds of contributors who joined us for National Review Institute’s 2021 End-of-Year campaign. Together, I’m pleased to share that we raised approximately $500,000 for NRI’s critical educational and outreach programs.

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Funds from this campaign will help set us up for a successful New Year, in which we have much to accomplish. Our team is already off to the races, getting ready for a busy several months. Next month begins our biennial Regional Seminars, in which we crisscross the country to bring NR talent and prominent conservative voices to a city near you — join us! Our first event will be held in Palm Beach, Fla., on February 16.

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There’s much more to come, and we look forward to all that we can accomplish with your support.

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May this year bring us an abundance of blessings and success in our pursuit to advance liberty.


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