For many years, I have subscribed to and enjoyed your excellent magazine. I always immensely enjoy the writing of Thomas Fleming, Roger McGrath, and George McCartney. Dr. Fleming’s January Perspective, “Two Oinks for Democracy,” was superb. Dr. McGrath’s “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” (Vital Signs) was likewise superb, as was Dr. McCartney’s review of the films Borat and Babel (“Cross-Cultural Follies,” In the Dark). Always, as expected, these three never fail to knock out the very best in writing skills and wordsmithery.
I subscribe to several other publications but never fail to pick up and read Chronicles first, pushing aside such magazines as National Review to reach for my favorite.
Thank you for constantly putting out such a fine magazine every month.
San Jacinto, CA
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