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The Art of Dealing Away Spending and Debt for Good Press

The cruise was another reminder that we at National Review have the best readers in the whole wide world, and I thank each and every one of you, whether you were able to join us on the cruise or not, whether you read the print magazine, the web site, or both, whether you love us or just tolerate us or just read us to see what we’re rambling about now. From the first Jim-written Morning Jolt of September: The Art of Dealing Away Spending and Debt for Good Press It’s not a good deal in the eyes of conservatives or Republicans, but I don’t get why anyone should be surprised.
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