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From Robert Parry at Consortium News:
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The neocons were dealt another setback in 2008 when Barack Obama defeated a neocon favorite, Sen. John McCain. But Obama then made one of the fateful decisions of his presidency, deciding to staff key foreign-policy positions with “a team of rivals,” i.e.
This review was authored by David Gordon, and it is republished here with permission from the Ludwig von Mises Institute.
To most of us, neoconservatism is inevitably associated with the Iraq War. 1,845 more words
Except for Jack Kemp, who definitely wasn’t a Neoconservative but a Barry Goldwater/Ronald Reagan get big government out of my wallet and bedroom classical Conservative, Murray Rothbard pretty much nails what Neoconservatives are when he called them statists and I would add right-wing statists, in fact, borderline fascists. 247 more words
The following is a file from the archives, fragments from a long-since jettisoned text that had proven itself unwieldy in articulation and in dire need of critical reconsideration in its theoretical approach. 7,698 more words
Lind, Michael. Made in Texas: George W. Bush and the Southern Takeover of American Politics. New York: Basic Books, 2009. Print.
“Hostile to the world and encapuslated in its own subcultural network of institutions, Southern Protestant fundamentalism at the beginning of the twenty-first century had hardly changed from the 1920s, when it took on its present form. 726 more words