So she was hounded out of the running, with neocon darling John McCain at the head of the pack.
And finally, according to our neocon war caucus, we're supposed to let this guy bomb Iran, eh?
Additionally, let us note how the Obama record on Libya compares with the neocon record.
Danielle Pletka, neocon stalwart, told Politico that her confederates thought Romney's remarks were a "disaster."
Correction: The original version of this story included an embedded link in the text to a blog called the neocon Zionist Threat.
In fact, Syria has figured prominently in neocon fantasies for years.
Writing for the Council on Foreign Relations today, neocon Elliott Abrams wrote an astonishing thing.
Which is why we should stop using “neocon” before any more damage is done.
Libya was the great case of neocon hypocrisy in the Bush years.
On the one hand, most Americans do not share her neocon fever.
by 1987, abbreviation for neo-conservative in the U.S. political sense.
Neoconservatism is the first variant of American conservatism in the past century that is in the 'American grain.' It is hopeful, not lugubrious; forward-looking, not nostalgic; and its general tone is cheerful, not grim or dyspeptic. Its 20th-century heroes tend to be TR, FDR, and Ronald Reagan. Such Republican and conservative worthies as Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, Dwight Eisenhower, and Barry Goldwater are politely overlooked. [Irving Kristol, "The Neoconservative Persuasion," in "The Weekly Standard," Aug. 25, 2003]
Neoconservative: the neo-con idol, George Orwell (1970s+)