The National Review website has a new look and a new mission.
The publication is being renamed to The National Report, and its name will be an homage to the late conservative pundit Ann Coulter.
Ann Coulter will remain in her former title, and will continue to serve as the editor of the National Review.
The new website is a joint effort between the National Research Council and the National Foundation for American Policy, according to a statement from the NSDC.
It will be a place for people and organizations to discuss and discuss policy issues, as well as to educate and inform their fellow Americans.
The National Report will feature an array of content on issues such as global warming, the economy, health care, education, and politics.
There will be links to more than 100 news and opinion websites, and a selection of articles on other topics.
The NSDC says the new site will be accessible to all Americans, and it will provide access to content that is “consistent with the principles and values of the NSD.”
The NSDC will also focus on online content.
The new site features a search engine, social media integration, and the ability to share content with your network of friends.
Ann Coulter’s name will no longer be the name of the publication, but will instead be part of a nod to the conservative commentator’s legacy.
Ann will also be listed as an editor on the new website.
The publisher will not disclose any details about how Ann Coulter plans to sell her name to the National Report.
Ann’s departure from the National Conservative was not announced publicly, but it was rumored in the past.
She told Fox News host Megyn Kelly last year that she planned to leave the conservative publication in 2020, and in April 2018, the New York Times reported that she was considering stepping down from her role as editor-in-chief.