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Neoconservative author Michael Ledeen argued in his 2002 book The War Against the Terror Masters that America is a revolutionary nation, undoing traditional societies: " Creative destruction is our middle name, both within our own society and abroad.
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* Chernus, Ira Monsters To Destroy: The Neoconservative War on Terror and Sin, Boulder, CO, Paradigm Publishers, 2006 ISBN 1-59451-276-0
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PNAC member and the chairman of the Defense Policy Board Advisory Committee ( DPBAC ), Neoconservative Richard Perle, later expressed regret over the Iraq invasion and ultimately put the blame for the invasion on President George W. Bush ; while other renowned neoconservative ideologists like Joshua Muravchik and Norman Podhoretz claim that neoconservatives must take intellectual leadership and that traditional conservatives lack the insight on how to solve terrorism.
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In Bermuda Dunes and Sun City Palm Desert, alike most of the Coachella Valley are center-right or Neoconservative.
Benjamin Balint says it was the " Contentious Magazine That Transformed the Jewish Left Into the Neoconservative Right " Historian Richard Pells concludes that " no other journal of the past half century has been so consistently influential, or so central to the major debates that have transformed the political and intellectual life of the United States.
The " neoconservative " label was embraced by Irving Kristol in his 1979 article " Confessions of a True, Self-Confessed ' Neoconservative.
* Balint, Benjamin V. Running Commentary: The Contentious Magazine that Transformed the Jewish Left into the Neoconservative Right ( 2010 )
Neoconservative Ben Wattenberg was a prominent political aide to Jackson's 1972 and 1976 presidential campaigns.
Charles Johnson's posts on LGF frequently cited the writing of authors representing Neoconservative viewpoints, such as Victor Davis Hanson, Charles Krauthammer, Mark Steyn, James Lileks, and Oriana Fallaci.
Neoconservative publications include The Weekly Standard, Commentary, City Journal, National Affairs, and The New Criterion.
Neoconservative organizations include the Project for the New American Century, the American Enterprise Institute, the Hoover Institution, the Manhattan Institute, and the Hudson Institute.
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Alexander Bunyip, created by children's author and illustrator Michael Salmon, first appeared in print in The Monster That Ate Canberra in 1972, Alexander Bunyip went on to appear in many other books and a live-action television series, Alexander Bunyip's Billabong.
The article was written by Michael Allaby, author of many ( although not peer-reviewed ) books on climate, who had previously expressed ideas similar to Lomborg.
Corum Jhaelen Irsei (" the Prince in the Scarlet Robe ") is the name of a fictional fantasy hero in a series of two trilogies written by author Michael Moorcock.
Michael Collins, pseudonym of Dennis Lynds, is generally considered the author who led the form into the Modern Age.
His later author discoveries included Tanith Lee, Jennifer Roberson, Michael Shea, Ian Wallace, Tad Williams, Celia S. Friedman, and C. J. Cherryh, whose Downbelow Station ( 1982 ) was the first DAW book to win the Hugo Award for best novel.
The Britannica has an Editorial Board of Advisors, which includes 12 distinguished scholars: author Nicholas Carr, religion scholar Wendy Doniger, political economist Benjamin M. Friedman, Council on Foreign Relations President Emeritus Leslie H. Gelb, computer scientist David Gelernter, Physics Nobel laureate Murray Gell-Mann, Carnegie Corporation of New York President Vartan Gregorian, philosopher Thomas Nagel, cognitive scientist Donald Norman, musicologist Don Michael Randel, Stewart Sutherland, Baron Sutherland of Houndwood, President of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, and cultural anthropologist Michael Wesch.
" Michel De Villeneuve " had contracts with Jean Frellon for that work, and the Servetus scholar-researcher Francisco Javier González Echeverría presented research that became an accepted communication in the International Society for the History of Medicine which concluded that Michael De Villeneuve ( Michael Servetus ) is the author of the commentaries of this edition of Frellon, in Lyon.
* 1914 – Michael Morris, 3rd Baron Killanin, Irish journalist and author, 6th President of the International Olympic Committee ( d. 1999 )
Regarding the CIA's refusal to inform the FBI about Mihdhar and Hazmi, author Lawrence Wright suggests the CIA wanted to protect its turf and was concerned about giving sensitive intelligence to FBI Agent John P. O ' Neill, who Alec Station chief Michael Scheuer described as duplicitous.
According to author Michael Moorcock, in 1967 Niven was among those Science Fiction Writers of America members who voiced opposition to the Vietnam War.
Michael John Muuss ( October 16, 1958-November 20, 2000 ) was the author of the freeware network tool ping.
Smith returned to the theatre stage after some 20 years in August 2006, appearing at the Edinburgh Fringe festival in Allegiance, Irish journalist and author Mary Kenny's play about Churchill's encounter with the Irish nationalist leader Michael Collins in 1921.
See Michael Buckland's conclusion: " Bush's contributions in this area were twofold: ( i ) A significant engineering achievement by the team under his leadership in building a truly rapid prototype microfilm selector, and ( ii ) a speculative article, ' As We May Think ,' which, through its skillful writing and the social prestige of its author, has had an immediate and lasting effect in stimulating others.