Saturday, October 08, 2011

The Rebirth of the Neocons

Perhaps the worst thing to ever to confront the conservative movement and hinder our advancement has not been the old Leftism of the Soviet Union or even the new Leftism of the Fabians or SDS, but rather the leftism from within our own ranks that calls itself neoconservatism. With its roots in an unholy marriage of Trotskyism and corporatism, neoconservatism has been the foremost tool used by the enemies of freedom and culture to divide and dismantle the authentic conservative movement of the United States.

With the end of the Bush era and his administration discredited by a failing economy, two endless wars, corrupt bail outs, a deteriorating border situation, along with a retreat in the culture war, it appeared in 2008 that neoconservatism was finally done for and a revival of constitutionalism and sober policy by way of the Tea Party was filling the vacuum. This rise of the Liberty movement begs the question: is neoconservatism dead? The answer has become clearly evident: no.

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