From TNR, John Judis on a kind word about neo-conservatism; and Marc Oppenheimer on the New Puritans: When did liberals become so uptight? Nick Gillespie on five myths about libertarians. Bruce Bartlett on the coming revival of liberalism. Jay Cost on the New Old Thing: Jeffersonian populism returns. The future of a movement after Occupy and Obama: An excerpt from Blacks In and Out of the Left by Michael C. Dawson. Andrew Sullivan on peering into the rotting entrails of the intellectual Right. David V. Johnson on revolutionizing ethics: Moral sentimentalism rules the ethical landscape — for radical change, the Left should take morality back. Christine Woodside on little libertarians on the prairie: Was Laura Ingalls Wilder’s beloved children’s series written as an anti-New Deal fable? Janet Biehl reviews Recovering Bookchin: Social Ecology and the Crisis of Our Time by Andy Price. Claire Conner on her book Wrapped in the Flag: A Personal History of America's Radical Right. Kevin Slack reviews I Am the Change: Barack Obama and the Crisis of Liberalism by Charles Kesler and Takeover: How the Left's Quest for Social Justice Corrupted Liberalism by Donald T. Critchlow and W.J. Rorabaugh. From the Mises Institute, Llewellyn H. Rockwell Jr. on the libertarian paradox; and Hans-Hermann Hoppe on the logical beauty of libertarianism. Conservatives launch new website,, to take down institutional Left, no really for serious this time you guys.