The Tea Party will launch its own national magazine on Thursday.
The "Tea Party Review" is dubbed the first publication "for, by, and about the Tea Party movement" and will debut at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C. this weekend.
The monthly magazine will cost $34.95 for an annual subscription and will contain articles "reflecting the values" of limited government and taxes. The first edition will cover Tea Party lobbying, foreign policy, political corruption and appealing to Hispanic immigrants, according to a press release.
Titles on the cover of the inaugural issue include "A physician on ObamaCare and what to do about it" and "What the left will never understand about the Tea Party."
"This magazine is a response to demands from Tea Party members across the country for a magazine that we can call our own," said the magazine's National Grass Roots Director Katrina Pierson, a member of the Dallas Tea Party.
Christina Botteri, of the National Tea Party Federation, who helped organize the group's Tax Day Tea Party protests in 2009, will be the editor of the publication, according to the news release.
"This magazine will ensure the integrity and sustainability of the movement, and bring together Tea Party members who are interested not only in making a statement but in making a real change," said Pierson.
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