For all you young “conservative intellectuals” out there (Yes, I’m talking to you Poulos, Macomber, Tabin, Antle, etc.) All of this doom and gloom about the end of the conservative movement doesn’t seem to give the new generation of conservative writers much credit. I wonder if you are as gloomy about the movement’s future as is the old guard? Are you not a bit insulted at being discounted in this way? Or is it only political power—not intellectual power—they see as having run out?