All The Politics That's Fit To Print

Jonathan Garthwaite
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Posted: Mar 10, 2008 12:02 AM

Townhall.com was launched on the web in 1995 and rose to its position as the leading conservative news, opinion, and community website over the next decade. Conservative principles have not always won the day on Capitol Hill but Townhall and the conservative movement continues to grow and prepare for each new battle that comes along.

The 2008 election will certainly have the most hotly contested, most expensive primaries and general election in history. The issues at stake in this election are critical to preserving the American dream. Defeating terrorism abroad, defending the borders at home, resisting government-run health care, removing the barriers to job creation, and defending our families against the corrupting forces of our culture are all issues up for grabs in November.

With so much at stake, Townhall.com needed to step up and find new ways to keep our readers informed. We needed more than just another click on the website.

After being a just a website for the past thirteen years – surprise, surprise -- Townhall.com is now also a magazine.

If you’re like me, you’ve wondered why there wasn’t a magazine out there that is smart, informative, insightful, enjoyable to read – and conservative.

Well – the wait is over.

Thanks to Townhall readers who have supported Townhall.com over the years, the revolution in conservative media is taking a big leap in 2008 with the premiere of

Townhall Magazine.

One hundred pages of cutting-edge design, in-depth reporting of the political and cultural scene, commentary from America’s favorite conservatives, exclusive interviews, unprecedented coverage of conservative talk radio, examinations of the important issues shaping our world, and plenty of wit, great photography, and jabs at our liberal friends and enemies are found inside Townhall Magazine.

Townhall.com has always been about bringing the myriad of voices together into one easy to read, one-stop shop on the Web and now we’re taking it one step further.

Whether it sits on your desk, on your coffee table, or even the little boys’ room, Townhall Magazine is a revolutionary idea in magazine publishing: a magazine that’s informative, insightful, entertaining, and conservative.

In an era of overwhelming information, a fast changing news cycle, and an increasing number of "citizen journalists," no magazine compounds it all into a comprehensive, cutting-edge publication like Townhall Magazine.

Townhall Magazine is here to keep you informed and inspire debate like no other publication. If you believe politics is a full contact sport and doesn’t have to be boring, Townhall Magazine is for you.

With contributors like Michelle Malkin, Michael Barone, Mary Katharine Ham, and Amanda Carpenter, along with powerful photography and trendsetting design, The

Townhall Magazine editors connect the community of America's engaged conservatives through insightful reporting, informed commentary and in-depth information about blogs, talk radio, and television news.

Our March issue follows quickly on the heels our first two issues with several ground-breaking reports.

Amanda Carpenter analyzes the wild primary ride through January and February and which issues matter most to the anxious electorate and how that has shaped the 2008 political landscape.

Frank Gaffney looks at how the military has fought the war on terror plus weapons for the battles of the future.

We asked the question – Hybrid cars: Myth or Miracle?

Townhall Magazine talks to Dennis Miller about his unconventional hero, reality TV and why he won’t run for office.

And an exclusive look at how to put your money where your vote is – by betting on politicians.

Every issue of Townhall Magazine is jam packed with the latest on the political and cultural scene.

Don’t believe me? Get a free copy for yourself.

I can’t wait to hear what you think of it.