Around the Horn

For election eve, a potpourri of links related to the future of the Right ... 

... Yuval Levin, who's almost always more sanguine than yours truly, discusses what reform conservatism might mean. (And see Jonah Goldberg's response as well.)

... Allahpundit parses the final Fox poll, and offers some astute thoughts on how the Joe the Plumber gambit and the selling of Sarah Palin worked out - or didn't.

... Peggy Noonan and Kathryn Jean Lopez, in conversation.

... Bill Voegeli on how to reform Big Government.

... Tucker Carlson talks Romney and 2012; Reihan talks Mitch Daniels.

And finally, my prediction for tomorrow: Obama 52, McCain 47, and the following electoral-vote breakdown:

Ross Douthat is a former writer and editor at The Atlantic.

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