The morning after President Donald Trump ordered a cruise missile attack on a Syrian air base, prominent neoconservatives are praising the president.
A broad range of Jewish Republican national security experts all united behind one message Monday: Donald Trump would be “dangerous” in the Oval Office.
Hillary Clinton is racking up supporters. From the Republican side, that is.
N.J. Hillel Hosts 1-Stater. Relax, She’s Right-Winger
Neoconservatives can espouse Jewish values as much as progressives can. Judaism is too broad a term to be of use in political philosophy, Jay Michaelson writes.
Neocon chieftain and liberal bogeyman Bill Kristol made his debut as the newest New York Times columnist this weekend. His choice of inaugural topic? The great potential of candidate Huckabee — the same subject his fellow Weekly Standard hand turned Times Op Ed columnist David Brooks tackled months ago.
Commentary doesn’t wield the influence it once did (as our Alana Newhouse noted a few years back), but its pages continue to crackle with often intelligent, lively and provocative right-wing perspectives, as well as some of the most thoughtful writing on Jewish affairs that’s out there. Of course, it also publishes more than a few crazily bellicose articles on foreign policy (often penned by the elder Podhoretz).
Former New Republic editor Peter Beinart eviscerates neo-con chieftain Norman Podhoretz’s new book “World War IV: The Long Struggle Against Islamofascism” in The New York Times Book Review:
Quotable Washingtonian Norman Ornstein has a fun piece in The New Republic complaining that he’s always getting labeled a neocon because he’s based at the American Enterprise Institute. In fact, Ornstein explains, he’s “one of those Jurassic-era Washingtonians who believes in the virtues of centrism and bipartisanship.”