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  • The Weekly Standard is an American magazine popular among the politically conservative and is published 48 times per year. It made its debut on September 17, 1995 and is owned by the public company News Corporation. Its current editors are founder William Kristol, chairman of the Project for the New American Century, and Fred Barnes. The Weekly Standard produces "The Daily Standard" with commentary and articles written for the magazine's website.
  • The Weekly Standard is an American neoconservative opinion magazine published 48 times per year. Its founding publisher, News Corporation, debuted the title September 18, 1995. Currently edited by founder William Kristol and Fred Barnes, the Standard has been described as a "redoubt of neoconservatism" and as "the neo-con bible". Since it was founded in 1995, the Weekly Standard has never been profitable, and has remained in business through subsidies from conservative benefactors such as former owner Rupert Murdoch. Many of the magazine's articles are written by members of conservative think tanks located in Washington, D.C.: the American Enterprise Institute, the Ethics and Public Policy Center, the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, and the Hudson Institute. Some individuals who have written for the magazine include Elliott Abrams, Peter Berkowitz, John R. Bolton, Ellen Bork, Christopher Hitchens, Roger Kimball, Harvey Mansfield, Joe Queenan, David Brooks and John Yoo. The magazine's website blog, titled the "Daily Standard", is edited by Daniel Halper and produces daily articles and commentary. Wikipedia

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