From Truthdig, an interview with Paul Krugman, and more and more on The Conscience of a Liberal by Paul Krugman. The liberal hawks' lament: Consider the plight of the embattled liberal hawks and their lonely struggle to discredit the left. Few literary heavyweights cast their wit about like Lewis Lapham, and fewer still are capable of publishing an independent historical journal that wears its anachronisms so gleefully. A tale of two Normans: Podhoretz and Finklestein. James Kirchick on the anti-neocon fervor: Parsing the new political discourse. Are we all Lockeans now? To understand Locke is to understand ourselves. Edward Feser is a nascent philosopher on the loose and he wants to redefine conservatism. There’s Something About Barry: Goldwater has many claimants to his legacy, but most lack his rebellious spirit. Five authors charge that Regnery Publishing deprives its writers of royalties by selling their books at a steep discount to organizations owned by the same parent company.