Recent Examples of neocon from the Web
Then, there is The Resistance, as some neocons and traditional Rockefeller Republicans, or prominent conservatives like George Will and former George W. Bush speechwriter David Frum, like to call themselves.
That’s why every liberal who abandons liberalism to join the right—from the Irving Kristol neocons of days gone by, to David Mamet and Donald Trump—is joyously embraced.
Some of the neocons never abandoned liberalism or the Democrats.
Interventionists and even neocons are not damning Trump for not landing troops in Syria or not sending enough reinforcements to Afghanistan.
This article illustrates beautifully the foolish, narcissistic nature of U.S. foreign policy and the neocon thinking that underlies it.
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Origin and Etymology of neocon
First Known Use: 1979See Words from the same year
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