Some of the figures who loom largest in neoconservative history—Daniel Patrick Moynihan and Jeane Kirkpatrick—were non-Jews.
Zakheim is not a neoconservative when it comes to foreign policy, though he supported the Iraq War at first.
Like his neoconservative brethren, he offers nothing besides moral condemnation.
Take Mark Dubowitz, an official with the neoconservative Foundation for Defense of Democracies.
“We saw connections in neoconservative think tanks as well as the Bahai faith,” Hultquist said of his research.
Once upon a time, neoconservative did mean something distinct.
He had always loathed the “American Empire” and its neoconservative apologists, especially Jews.
He had no interest in the old liberal, and now neoconservative, goal of nation-building.