by Jack Hunter
Good stuff. From the NJ Star-Ledger's Paul Mulshine:
"Kristol is in fact a neoconservative and neoconservatism is, as conservative columnist George F. Will so aptly put it, "a spectacularly misnamed radicalism."
The radicalism of the neocons is rooted in the thought of Leon Trotsky, the Russian revolutionary whose theory of worldwide liberation was passed down to the lesser neocons by Kristol's father, New York intellectual Irving Kristol. (If you are not aware of this connection, please Google "Kristol and Trotsky" before you go any further)."