This is what neoconservatism has become; even a critic can lament.
Post-9/11 neoconservatism was a doctrine that rejected limits.
The late Irving Kristol was hailed as the father of neoconservatism.
By the 1990s, neoconservatism meant something very different.
neoconservatism and Jewish conservatism are not the same thing.
I like that: neoconservatism doesn't seem to hold much water in the age of austerity.
One of the few publications to come to FrontPage's defense was Commentary, the flagship journal of neoconservatism.
Post-9/11 neoconservatism relied on a near-infinite supply of public will.