New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman spent the weekend celebrating his daughter’s wedding.
“Natalie Harold Friedman, a daughter of Ann B. Friedman and Thomas L. Friedman of Bethesda, Md., is to be married Sunday to Daniel Abraham Winston, the son of Denise S. Winston and Theodore M. Winston of Wakefield, R.I.,” read the wedding announcement in, Read More
During my conversation with Norman Podhoretz last week, I asked him to explain how he thinks an American attack on Iran, which he advocates, could actually be carried out.
"The forces are in place and all you have to say is ‘go.’ said Podhoretz, a father of neoconservatism and a senior advisor to Read More
Norman Podhoretz believes that America needs to go to war soon with Iran. As far as he knows, Rudy Giuliani thinks the same thing.
“I was asked to come in and give him a briefing on the war, World War IV,” said Mr. Podhoretz, a founding father of neoconservatism and leading foreign policy adviser Read More
C-Span today broadcast a panel of the neoconservative Hudson Institute (Norman Podhoretz’s sock) at which a Russian immigrant neocon in the audience rose to say that he had observed a trend. Those who opposed neoconservatism now spoke of the importance of winning “hearts and minds” in the Arab world, but invariably they pointed to Read More
Ex-Friends: Falling Out With Allen Ginsberg, Lionel and Diana Trilling, Lillian Hellman, Hannah Arendt, and Norman Mailer , by Norman Podhoretz. Free Press, 244 pages, $25.
In all the trips I’ve made to the Strand bookstore, I don’t think I’ve ever failed to find at least one copy of Norman Podhoretz’s 1967 memoir, Making It Read More
If you had any doubt that New York is challenging Washington as the social and intellectual hub of American neoconservatism, consider this: John Podhoretz has moved back to town.
Mr. Podhoretz, the chubby 36-year-old son of neocon pioneers Norman Podhoretz and Midge Decter, recently quit his job as deputy editor at Rupert Murdoch’s Washington-based Weekly Read More