National Review

National Review

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National Review ("NR") is a conservative political magazine founded by author William F. Buckley Jr., in 1955. The magazine is based in New York City and is published biweekly. (...) Fifty years after its founding, National Review is considered by a few to be one of the United States' most politically influential publications. It is widely quoted by television and radio commentators of varying political stripes, who either reference articles as points for establishing arguments or take issue with what is found within the magazine's pages. More » (Source: Wikipedia)

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Media: Magazine, Online
Audience: Small audience (10-100K) (English)
Scope: National
Political Viewpoint: Right
Owners: Managers: William F. Buckley Jr., Rich Lowry, Kathryn Jean Lopez
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Contact Info: Contact Web Form,
Location: 215 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY, 10016, US
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Edited By: Fabrice Florin
Last Edit: Apr 1, 2006 - 2:58 PM PST
Story Stats
Top Topics: Politics (124), U.S. (101), World (38), Presidential Election 2008 (33), Obama Administration (33), Business (29), Republicans (23), U.S. Congress (18), Health (17), Media (14), Bush Administration (13), Democrats (12), John McCain (11), U.S. Economy (11), Republican Nomination (10)...
Top Authors: Mark Steyn (12), Andrew C Mccarthy (8), Rich Lowry (8), Kathryn Jean Lopez (5), Byron York (5), Jonah Goldberg (4), Jim Geraghty (4), Mark R Levin (4), Webmaster@Nationalreviewcom (3), Andy Mccarthy (3), Stephen Spruiell (3), Katrina Trinko (3), Victor Davis Hanson (3), Stanley Kurtz (2), Michael Barone (2)...
Top Formats: Opinion (90), News Analysis (25), Editorial (12), News Report (9), Interview (4), Special Report (4), Comment (2), Review (2), News (1)
 

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2.7

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2.8
Facts
2.7
Fairness
2.3
Information
2.8
Insight
3.0
Sourcing
2.2
Style
3.2
Accuracy
2.7
Balance
2.1
Context
2.8
Depth
2.2
Enterprise
2.6
Expertise
2.5
Originality
3.1
Relevance
3.6
Transparency
2.2
Responsibility
2.8
Popularity
2.8
Recommendation
2.9
Credibility
2.6
# Reviews
2.1
# Views
4.2
# Likes
1.0
# Emails
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