Each of the 40,000 readers of the right-wing mag Reason will be mailed a copy with a satellite photo of their neighborhood (with their home circled).
This "right-wing mag" is the print version of Reason online (http://www.reason.com/), right? The one running stories like these:
Is there a big difference between the online and dead-tree versions? If not, I don't see Reason as particularly right-wing. (I don't subscribe, or even read it regularly; I was just suprised by the characterisation.)
(That's odd. Those links are now hyperlinks, but when I put them in anchor tags they were stripped out on preview.)
Sennoma, I'd characterize Reason as being more of a "libertarian mag" than a strict "right-wing mag," but that's me. As you indicate, they are willing to publish pieces that National Review and the like wouldn't touch, but fit nicely with a (small-L) libertarian perspective.
As for the links, the comments are set up to strip HTML but auto-link URLs.