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NewsMax Leads the Way ... And We Say Thank You!

Monday, 15 August 2005 12:00 AM

We are lowering the annual subscription price of NewsMax Magazine!

For some time, the low annual discount price was $42.95.

To me that was a real bargain because we report the news almost everyone else is afraid to report. We also believe that we represent the interests of mainstream Americans who want less government, less taxes, more freedom, more effective national security and traditional American values.

But today I am happy to say that all new and renewing subscribers who accept our low annual subscription offer will pay just $39. [Check out list of great free gifts – including the Pocket Organizer PDA Device and the Emergency Radio for signing up or renewing early –

Why are we taking this step? Simply, you have helped make NewsMax Magazine a great success. In the past few months we hit the 100,000 mark in paid subscribers. That translates, in our estimation, to more than 400,000 monthly readers.

It also makes NewsMax Magazine the largest-circulation news monthly with a conservative perspective.

Here at NewsMax we never forget that our readers made this happen.

Already NewsMax.com is the leading online news site with a conservative perspective.

And we have accomplished this in a short time, without asking for donations, while building a profitable media enterprise.

We're proud of that achievement. We're also proud to tackle the tough subjects many media outlets - from the left to right - won't touch.

Earlier this year I was the first significant conservative to editorialize against a prolonged occupation of Iraq or for nation-building there.

As I said at that time, I support President Bush and fully supported his effort to remove Saddam Hussein.

Our longtime readers will remember that shortly after 9/11 our NewsMax Magazine cover featured Saddam with a shoulder-fired missile, with the headline "The Evil One." He was the No. 1 target in the war against terror, and thanks to President Bush he's been stopped dead in his tracks. Mission accomplished.

But it is time for a new strategy in Iraq, I editorialized. I took some heat for that column, but now more and more readers and opinion leaders are agreeing that Iraq is a quagmire.

In the end, circulation at NewsMax continues to boom because our readers appreciate that we can remain loyal to our president while offering constructive criticism.

They also appreciate our comprehensive coverage of the new book on Sen. Hillary Clinton by author Edward Klein, "The Truth About Hillary: What She Knew, When She Knew It, and How Far She'll Go to Become President."

Many conservatives and others have differing positions on this controversial new book, and we respect those views.

However, when a major liberal writer such as Edward Klein - who bears tremendous journalist credentials, with top editing positions at the New York Times, Newsweek and Vanity Fair - pens a revealing biography of Hillary Clinton that is released by a major publishing house, it deserves a fair hearing.

I was shocked that some media outlets even banned the author, claiming his allegations about Hillary were too personal or salacious. As it turned out, many of these claims were made before anyone even saw a copy of the book, and a read of it showed it made no such personal allegations against Sen. Clinton.

Still, the book offers one perspective of Sen. Clinton. After reading the book, some leading conservatives are coming around to our original position, including Paul Weyrich, chairman and CEO of the Free Congress Foundation.

"Every American needs to read this book so they understand what they will be getting if Hillary is elected president," he recently told NewsMax.

Clearly, Hillary Clinton wants to be president. And so do many others. With the presidential election cycle now extending over four years, NewsMax is needed more than ever to stand guard for our values.

As I look back on how we have grown, I remember when I started a small monthly publication in New York in 1990. In many ways it was the precursor of NewsMax.

At the time, I sent a copy of the publication to former President Ronald Reagan, who kindly sent me a personal letter back. His letter hangs outside my office today - and continues to inspire me.

Let me end this "thank you" to our readers with President Reagan's letter to me:

August 23, 1991

Dear Mr. Ruddy:

Thank you for your recent letter. I am deeply flattered to be on your mailing list for your newspaper. Indeed, it will be a refreshing newspaper to read.

Since our Nation's founding, freedom of the press has been a vital part of our heritage, reflecting the strong American belief that only when the people have access to the facts and a robust discussion of the issues are they able to participate fully in the democratic process. I am pleased to congratulate you on this new founding.

Nancy joins me in sending our best wishes for every future happiness. May you enjoy many years of progress and success in this important enterprise. God bless you.

Sincerely,

Ronald Reagan

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