Tag Archives: Neoconservatism

Agents at AP & Hudson Institute Collaborate with Impeach-Trump Effort

Eric Zuesse The core of the neoconservatives’ impeach-Trump argument — the core of the campaign for Vice President Mike Pence to replace President Donald Trump in the U.S. White House — is that the current occupant is a secret agent … Continue reading

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Why Readers Shouldn’t Trust Staff Reporters

Eric Zuesse, originally posted at unz.com Journalism — especially about important matters — is not a profession. It’s a calling.  Or else, if it’s not a calling, then it is public relations; it is propaganda, “PR” — done for the … Continue reading

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U.S. Senators Are Even More Neoconservative than Are Trump’s Appointees

Eric Zuesse, originally posted at strategic-culture.org The confirmation hearings for the members of incoming President Donald Trump’s national-security team showed that neoconservatism dominates the U.S. government today: neoconservatism didn’t end after George W. Bush’s alleged certainty that “Saddam’s WMD” existed … Continue reading

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The Most Destructive Presidencies in American History, Part 2: The Fatal Incoherence of the Bush/Obama Foreign Policy

The tragic reality is the Bush II/Obama administrations have made the world a far more dangerous place. A great many rationales have been floated for the most destructive foreign policy in American history, i.e. the fatally incoherent policies of the Bush … Continue reading

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