Look at the reader survey I notice not too many neoconservatives. Not that surprising. But I had an offhand thought: neoconservatism as a label has become somewhat like liberal, something no one wants to admit to, but a movement which is strongly influential. “Progressives” are just really liberals. And a neoconservative outlook on foreign policy has totally captured that particular “leg” of the conservative movement.
Is is wrong? Right?