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Dear Dispatch Friends, 

For the last month, we’ve been running a 30-day free trial offer. In typical Dispatch fashion, it has not been a high-pressure sales pitch, either in frequency or intensity. If it crossed your screen, I’m sure some of you thought: “You know, I’d like to give it a shot—I’ll sign up before the offer ends.” 

Well, the offer ends today at midnight. We’d hate for you to miss it. So, if you’re going to do it, now is the time.

That’s it—that’s as pushy as I’ll be. 

We’re doing something different with The Dispatch. We see ourselves as machete-wielding guides through the thicket of information and chaos that is Washington, D.C. We come to this work with a broad worldview—we’re all conservatives of one kind or another. But we don’t hide our views or pretend that we don’t hold them. And we’re never, ever partisans. We put a premium on facts and intellectual honesty—and we check each other to make sure we’re living up to the standards that we’ve set for ourselves. 

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Beyond that, you’ll be invited to regular members-only Dispatch Live livestreams and bonus podcast segments. And, you’ll have commenting privileges on all of our posts and podcasts, giving you entry to one of the rare spaces on the political internet for civil discussion and debate, where people from a wide range of ideological and philosophical perspectives come to exchange ideas and views with the authors and one another, without the hostility and bitterness so prevalent on social media. And when the world finally emerges from this COVID crouch, you’ll get early invitations to many of the in-person events that The Dispatch will hold—in the nation’s capital and around the country.

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Steve Hayes

Steve Hayes is CEO and editor of The Dispatch, based in Annapolis, Maryland. Prior to co-founding the company in 2019, he worked at The Weekly Standard for 18 years, covering Washington, politics, and national security. Steve is the author of two New York Times bestsellers. He also worked as a contributor at CNN and Fox News, and currently serves as a political analyst at NBC News. When Steve is not focused on The Dispatch, he’s probably traveling with his family, grilling, or riding his mountain bike.