"What's next for the Tea Party movement?"
"Will the movement fade and fizzle?"
"Will we succeed in pulling this country back from disaster?"
These are among the questions asked -- and presumably answered -- in the first issue of Tea Party Review
, which describes itself as "the first national magazine for, by, and about the Tea Party movement."
The publication will be rolled out Friday at the Conservative Political Action Conference
scheduled in Washington.
"We need a forum for Tea Partiers to come together, to trade ideas, to resolve disputes, to find out what other activists are doing and thinking," an announcement on the magazine's website
reads. "A place to develop plans for taking our country back from the elitist, arrogant, obnoxious, corrupt members of the Washington establishment and their friends in Hollywood, the news media, faculty lounges, and on Wall Street."
The inaugural issue includes articles titled "What the Left Will Never Understand About the Tea Party," "A Physician on ObamaCare and What To do About It," and "The Year of the Black Conservative."
A year's subscription runs $34.95.
The monthly magazine will be put out by Higher Standard Publishers, a firm devoted to "celebrating our Christian and conservative heritage in America," according to its website