Today on theamericanconservative.com, Daniel McCarthy questioned the GOP’s credentials as a national party while Noah Millman cast doubt on its governing credentials. Rod Dreher imagined a newly-revamped GOP, while Michael Brendan Dougherty argued that a Romney defeat would not change the party. Daniel Larison debated various proposals for re-inventing the GOP’s “hawkish” brand.
Jack Hunter elaborated on the convergence in libertarian and conservative views on foreign aid, Scott Galupo noted the transformation afoot in the Romney campaign, and Philip Giraldi shed light on the rogue foreign presence of the NYPD.
Finally, Alan Jacobs ruminated on the timeless wisdom of Homer’s Odyssey.