Joined: April 2005
every once in a while, i like to post resources that track the history of where the term "neocon" came from, and what it currently represents from a social and political perspective. Take them for what you will, but they are historically accurate, if nothing else. The first is more detailing the philosophy behind "neocon" in the guise of Strauss, the second is more an example showing how the term is applied and utilized in current socio-political debate.
I don't intend to participate in commentary here, but feel free to post commentary if you are so inclined.
without further adieu: