Category Archives: Neoconservatism

Our Road Warrior world

Victor Davis Hanson protects his peaches. Conservative author and big-time war-enthusiast-from-afar Victor Davis Hanson, like a lot of pasty, self-styled masculine archetypes of a certain age, is preparing for the end of the world — and he wants you to … Continue reading

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My grandmother shot me in the face every Christmas

The American Enterprise Institute’s Megan McCarthy thinks she has uncovered damning hypocrisy: It was 25 years ago this week that the International Court of Justice handed down a 12-3 decision condemning U.S. intervention in Nicaraguan affairs. Not surprisingly, the international … Continue reading

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‘The Narco-Terror War’

My latest piece on the establishment right’s call to ramp up the war on drugs — dutifully answered by the Obama administration — is now up over at the Institute for Policy Studies’ Right Web. Check it out.

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Charles Krauthammer: The war on terror is over

Charles Krauthammer, a Washington Post columnist and prominent neoconservative — or do I repeat myself — is a smug and dependable advocate of empire, one who doesn’t apologize for the sins that inevitably come with occupying foreign lands for years, … Continue reading

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War is the force that gives them meaning

Ever since the first war there have probably been people like Fred and Kimberly Kagan, two of the staunchest advocates of imperial slaughter, diligently carving out on stone tablets all the noble reasons why Dear Leader needed to wipe out … Continue reading

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