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Neoconservatives anoint Sen. Marco Rubio

War hawks double down on doomsday criticism of the Iran deal

Senate Hawks’ Tantrums over Iran Deal Set the Stage for the 2nd Republican Debate

Armchair warmongers challenging the Iran deal

Neocons and Republican candidates go nuclear over historic Iran deal

The 2016 Republican presidential candidates compete to out-hawk each other

Job Opportunity at Right Web

Iran Hawks and Détente Dead-enders

Crying Wolf over Iran

Neocons Despair over Détente with Iran

Washington Debates Syria | Gingrich Repents

David Brooks, “Jihadist Wildfires,” and Other Oddities

The Campaign to Push for U.S. Military Action in Syria

The Neocons’ Chechen Problem

Bush III?

10 Years Later: Any Regrets?

Joe Lieberman the Neocon

The “Freedom” Faction

Washington’s New Agenda Dredges Up Old Opponents

The Anti-Hagelverse

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November 20, 2015

Much of the Islamophobia running through the right now originated from hardline “pro-Israel” circles.

November 19, 2015

Elliott Abrams, convicted for lying before Congress during the Reagan years, has willfully misinterpreted President Obama’s recent comments on refugees in order to repeat the far-right cliché that the president is anti-Christian.

November 19, 2015

The large quantitative and qualitative disparity in the media’s coverage of the terrorist attacks in Paris and Beirut cannot be justified.

November 18, 2015

In the wake of the Paris attacks, prominent neoconservative Max Boot has breathlessly called for the United States to unilaterally support Sunni autonomy in Iraq and deploy 20,000 U.S. troops against ISIS.

November 12, 2015

The claims made by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during his presentation at the Center for American Progress have been thoroughly debunked.

November 10, 2015

Just days before Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sat down with President Obama in the Oval Office, Israel approved new settlements in West Bank, a move that directly runs counter to U.S. national security interests.

November 10, 2015

The Democratic Party-aligned Center for American Progress has controversially hosted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during his stay in Washington.