From the Mises Institute, an article on Albert Jay Nock, the forgotten man of the Old Right. A review of A Political Philosophy: Arguments for Conservatism and a review  Gentle Regrets: Thoughts from a Life by Roger Scruton. Christopher Hitchens on an Anglosphere future: How a shared tradition of ideas and values—not bloodlines—can be a force for liberty. If Hitchens hates conservatives, why does he break bread with them at so many political gatherings, and why does he side with them in our present war with militant Islam? From TAS, an article on the liberaltarian delusion: Given how liberals govern, there was no way any marriage with libertarians could last. An article on Rand and the Right: Reflections on the 50th anniversary of Atlas Shrugged. Chris DeMuth, hack extraordinaire: The leader of President Bush's favorite think tank bids adieu (and more). It's long past time for people to stop treating Fox-style, Malkin-style, Limbaugh-style conservatism as merely a "political" phenomenon — as of this millennium, it's nothing but a hate movement with neckties. Know your right-wing speakers: Domino's Pizza's Tom Monaghan. Tom Tomorrow goes inside the world of right-wing bloggers.