Over at the Center for Individual Freedom yesterday, I extensively praised R. Emmett Tyrrell's The Death of Liberalism, but I argued that his diagnosis is a little premature. Alas, I fear that in 2016, either Evan Bayh or Andrew Cuomo or Mark Pryor might awaken the comatose victim. Read all about it here.
A taste, as a warning that conservatives must ever be on our guard:
[C]onservatives are fighting the same Liberalism that somehow survived and recovered even from the trouncing Ronald Reagan administered to it, and which is now firmly entrenched in academia, establishment media and Hollywood. These people have a habit of rising from the grave to suck the lifeblood from new generations of Americans.