Today on theamericanconservative.com, Jack Hunter tracked the Obama administration’s assault on civil liberties. Philip Giraldi outlined the practical difficulties in securing American embassies abroad, and Kevin R.C. Gutzman reviewed The Partisan: The Life of William Rehnquist by John A. Jenkins.
Daniel Larison criticized the wishful thinking of Roger Kimball and Paul Rahe who still believe a Romney victory is inevitable and ruminated on the policies Romney should adopt, but won’t. Rod Dreher reflected on the dangers of ravenous gastrimargy and the perils of clericalism for the Catholic Church.
Scott Galupo was surprised to find the Obama campaign on a strong footing on the eve of the first debate, Scott McConnell checked the political pulse of Iranian-Americans, and Michael Tracey filed a dispatch from a Romney rally in Denver.
Finally, Paul Gottfried marked the passing of Eric Hobsbawm, the towering Marxist historian.