I take it Andrew Sullivan isn’t a regular reader.
AmSpec, of course, has a heterodox editorial policy, with no unsigned editorials and articles by neocons, paleocons, libertarians, and everyone in between. But what’s especially funny about Andrew’s line is that Angelo Codevilla, whose review he links to, isn’t a paleocon — he’s among the small crowd (centered mostly around the Claremont Institute) that Norman Podhoretz has termed the “superhawks.” For someone who sees his mission as identifying and saving the “Conservative Soul,” Andrew has an embarrassingly weak grasp of the contours of the debates that divide the Right.
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