I noticed a new ad for National Review offering an 82% discount on subscriptions. That seemed rather steep.
Also the ad did not feature the magazine's iconic Against Trump cover which spawned the self-righteous Never Trump movement. Instead it is a cover of Hillary as an empty pantsuit and the sales pitch, "What the American left doesn't want you to know."
The publishing industry is on the ropes after 500 years. Forests are growing not only because carbon dioxide levels have risen and made the world more habitable, but because fewer trees are becoming paper. Only 41 million newspapers are printed each day. Thirty years ago, it topped 100 million.
Maybe Against Trump worked and stemmed the losses, but that 82% discount sure seems steep.