Try to imagine a world without Mark Levin.
A world in which the Constitution is seldom, if ever, mentioned and never thoughtfully discussed as society's rudder.
A world in which the rule of law is amorphous and no public voices decry these affronts, explaining the historical dangers associated with such acts.
A world in which the achievements of Locke, Montesquieu, Bastiat, Mason, Madison, Jefferson, Washington, Milton Friedman, and others are relegated to brief discussions in a few forlorn clasrooms.
A world in which the word statist is never uttered and the consequences of statism are never discussed.
A world in which the go-along-to-get-along Republican establishment -- the descendents of the Nixon, Rockefeller and Ford wing of the country club neo-statists -- are never held to account.
A world in which the intellectual underpinnings of conservatism are never dissected piece by piece, explained, and then reassembled in terms revealing, enlightening, and bracing.
A world in which the Framers are never discussed, nor the critical arguments they had among one another during America's founding are long forgotten.
A world in which the moral, philosophic, legal, and economic tenets undergirding societies both new and olden are ignored and generally forgotten.
A world in which the authoritarian malevolence of the ruling elites in Washington is never discussed and those promoting lawless behavior never named.
A world in which the few voices willing to oppose the elites in Washington -- the privileged ruling class of both parties -- are never celebrated or cheered.
A world without a simple playbook, authorized by the Constitution itself, for addressing an authoritarian government that has grown monstrous and detached from the citizenry and is simply unwilling to reform itself.
A world without a spokesman for America's greatness.
A world in which those who are conservatives can't easily describe why it is they believe as they do.
But we have this much: we have Mark Levin.
Say a little prayer tonight: we have Mark Levin.
Related: The Fork in the Road.