Conservative magazine launches new ‘Duty’ subscription service with ‘dissolve’ service
A new conservative magazine, Duty, has been launched by conservative commentator and author William Kristol, who recently announced he was leaving the Republican Party to form a new party.
Kristol announced the news in an article published on his website, the Weekly Standard.
Kristols Weekly Standard newsletter and blog is now open to all subscribers, which includes both political and general readers.
The service costs $29.95 per month and includes “dissolution” subscriptions.
Kristolk says the “disease of conservatism” has “become an existential threat to the country” and he has decided to join the new Republican Party.
Kristolf, who is known for his conservative politics, previously founded the right-wing think tank the Weekly Institute and served as the chairman of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, an organization that promotes a separation of church and state.
The Weekly Standard’s website also offers a selection of other titles.
Kristof said in the article that the new service will give readers a “sense of the conservative alternative” that will appeal to people who are frustrated with the status quo and who are looking for “a fresh alternative.”
Kristol said that he is working on a book about “the decline of the United States and the end of civilization,” which he has called “a true American novel.”
Kristols move comes just weeks after the Weekly World News published an article claiming Kristol had quit the Republican party.
The newspaper’s story said Kristol was no longer supporting Donald Trump and he had not endorsed his campaign.
The article said Kristols political views were “a political philosophy which can neither be reconciled with the Constitution nor supported by the common good.”
The Weekly World reported that Kristol “has a longstanding and deep suspicion of the political process” and “has long felt that American politics has become the world’s leading instrument of the spread of radical Islam, and the Republican nominee for president of the world.”
The website also said Kristof has been “deeply disappointed” by the Republican candidates for president and has criticized their positions on foreign policy.
The publication said that the publication “had to make an embarrassing decision to publish the article, which is now an embarrassment to the publisher.”
Kristof was the publisher of the Weekly American, which was published from 1996 to 2004.
Kristow and his family live in suburban New Jersey.
Kristohl is also a longtime friend of the late conservative commentator George Will, who died in 2011.
The magazine was launched by Kristol’s longtime publisher, David Brock, in 2014.
The Daily Caller News Foundation reached out to Kristol for comment.