One of the many serious flaws of neoconservatism is its excessive confidence in American power. This routinely leads its adherents into advocating aggressive policies without taking into account the possible and likely consequences of those policies, because they overlook or simply ignore how their policies might go wrong. That’s not unique to neoconservatives, but it is more perilous because they are constantly agitating for U.S. activism abroad.
via Why No One Should Still Be a Neocon
The American Conservative
April 8, 2014
Yes, yes, yes!
Once again, TAC shows that it is one of the few places where conservative thinking in America is finally beginning to emerge into the 21st century.