2005-01-01

People

General
Paleoconservatives
Anti-Zionists
Neoconservatives and Zionists
Organizations
Organizations: Human Rights
Organizations : Neoconservative and Zionist

(The classification is, of course, not exact.)










General

Fouad Ajami
Wikipedia, Google, profile by Jacob Heilbrunn “If Ajami were a doctor or a lawyer, he would be accused of professional malpractice and disbarred.”

Jacob Heilbrunn

Uri Avnery
Wikipedia, Google, his web site, his organization (Gush Shalom)
James A. Baker, III
Wikipedia, Google
George W. Ball (1909–1994)
Wikipedia, Google, 2010-03-01 American Conservative article: Best & Brightest: From Vietnam to Palestine, George Ball got it right From the back flap of The Passionate Attachment: In his long and multifaceted career as a diplomat, international lawyer, and statesman, George Ball has been at the center of many crises. He interrogated Albert Speer during the last days of the Third Reich, worked with Jean Monnet in rebuilding Europe, supervised airdrops to save hostages in the Congo, and was one of President Kennedy’s advisers throughout the tense days of the Cuban missile crisis. As undersecretary of state [what is now called the deputy secretary] in the Johnson and Kennedy administrations, he fought a lonely and protracted fight against our Vietnam involvement. [He then became ambassador to the United Nations, followed by a career as columnist and investment banker.]
James Bamford
Wikipedia, Google
Thomas P.M. Barnett
Wikipedia, Google, his web site
Jay Belsky
Google Salon 2001-04-16 article: “Jay Belsky doesn't play well with others
Ben Bernanke
Wikipedia, Google, “The Radicalization of Ben Bernanke”, 2009-04-02 WaPo article
David Brooks
Wikipedia, Google, Stephen Walt: David Brooks fails the "Big Test", 2009-02-24
Zbigniew Brzezinski
Wikipedia, Google
Vincent Cannistraro
Wikipedia, Google
James Earl (Jimmy) Carter
Wikipedia, Google my coverage of Palestine Peace Not Apartheid
Richard B. Cheney
Wikipedia, Google One thing I can’t stand is how editorial cartoonists always portray Cheney in such a flattering fashion, always making him look so warm, soft-hearted, and empathetic: e.g.
Pat Choate
Wikipedia
Noam Chomsky
Wikipedia, Google
Amy Chua
Wikipedia, Google
Richard Clarke
Wikipedia, Google
Richard Falk
Wikipedia, Google Richard Falk is Albert G. Milbank Professor Emeritus of International Law at Princeton University and was (2001-04) Visiting Distinguished Professor in Global and International Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Dexter Filkins
Wikipedia, Google [The following biographical information is from the flap of his The Forever War.] Dexter Filkins, a foreign correspondent for The New York Times, has covered the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq since 2001. Before that, he worked for the Los Angeles Times, where he was chief of the paper’s New Delhi bureau.... Most recently, he was a fellow at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at Harvard University. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Eamonn Fingleton
Wikipedia, www.unsustainable.org: his web site, 2000-2010 http://www.fingleton.net/ his post-2010 website http://blogs.forbes.com/eamonnfingleton/ his blog, since 2012-05
Theodore J. Forstmann
Wikipedia, Google, “The Credit Crisis Is Going To Get Worse”, 2008-07-05 WSJ (alt loc.)
Charles W. Freeman, Jr.
Wikipedia, Google, my coverage on him
Eric Garris
Wikipedia, Google, “The Mind Behind Antiwar.com” [Garris is the founder and managing director of Antiwar.com]
Timothy F. Geithner
Wikipedia, Google, “Where Was Geithner in Turmoil?” by Andrew Ross Sorkin
J. J. Goldberg
Google (FYI: J.J. Goldberg is not Jonah Goldberg.) Goldberg wrote Jewish Power: Inside the American Jewish Establishment.
Holly Graf (USN Captain)
Wikipedia, Google, Time article featuring Chaplain (Rabbi) Kaprow
William Greider
Wikipedia, Google
Chuck Hagel
Wikipedia, Google his 2009-09-03 WP column: “The Limits Of Force: Iraq and Afghanistan Aren't Ours to Win or Lose”
Richard J. Herrnstein
Wikipedia, Google, and Bell Curve
Seymour Hersh
Wikipedia, Google
Shere Hite
Wikipedia, Google From the Wikipedia article [2009-06-30]: Methodology: Hite uses an individualistic research method. Thousands of responses from anonymous questionnaires were used as a framework to develop a discourse on human responses to gender and sexuality. Her conclusions derived from these questionnaire data have met with methodological criticism.[3] The fact that her data are not probability samples raises concerns about whether the sample data can be generalised to relevant populations. As is common with surveys concerning sensitive subjects, such as sexual behaviour, the proportion of nonresponse is typically large. Thus the conclusions derived from the data may not represent the views of the population under study because of bias due to nonresponse. [4] Hite supporters defend her methodology by saying that it is more likely to get to the truth of women's sexuality than studying women engaged in prostitution as if they were exemplary of women in general, or to study in laboratory conditions women who claim to orgasm during coitus.
Ernest “Fritz” Hollings
Wikipedia, Google, his famous Senate floor speech on Israel, Iraq and AmJews
Samuel P. Huntington (1927–2008)
Wikipedia, Google Obituaries: NYT, WP, Zakaria reminisce.
Chalmers Johnson
Wikipedia, Google
Simon Johnson
Wikipedia, Google, The Baseline Scenario, a blog he shares with Peter Boone and James Kwak
General (ret.) James L. Jones
Wikipedia, Google, an excerpt from the 2009-05-17 NYT article “World Watches for U.S. Shift on Mideast” by Helene Cooper:
Mr. Obama’s appointment of Gen. James L. Jones as his national security adviser — a man who has worked with Palestinians and Israelis to try to open up movement for Palestinians on the ground and who has sometimes irritated Israeli military officialscould foreshadow friction between the Obama administration and the Israeli government, several Middle East experts said.
See the inevitable response from Jew-controlled Washington: “Gen. Jones and the Anonymous Long Knives” By Sally Quinn Washington Post Op-Ed, 2009-05-18 The knives are out. The tom-toms are beating. And by Washington standards it’s soon. Usually the trashing of the national security adviser takes longer. In recent days articles have appeared in The Post and the New York Times questioning the abilities of retired four-star Gen. Jim Jones, the former commandant of the Marine Corps and former NATO commander.
Tony Judt
Wikipedia, Google, the Polish consulate affair, more
David Kay
Wikipedia, Google, bio
General Jack Keane (Ret.)
Wikipedia, Google According to his 2006 American Enterprise Institute speaker’s biography for “Choosing Victory: A Plan for Success in Iraq”: “General Jack Keane is senior managing director and co-founder of Keane Advisors, LLC, a private equity and consulting firm. He serves as a national security analyst for ABC News and speaks throughout the nation on national security and leadership. Still active in national security, General Keane conducted a personal assessment of the security situation in Iraq for senior defense officials in 2004 and 2005, and will conduct another assessment in 2006. He has been elected to the board of directors of MetLife, General Dynamics, and Allied Barton Security. He is a senior advisor to Kohlberg, Kravis and Roberts, one of the nation’s largest private equity firms. He is also an advisor to the chairman & CEO of URS Corporation. He is a member of the Secretary of Defense’s Policy Board, a commissioner for one year on the Congressional Commission on the National Guard and Reserves, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, director of the George C. Marshall Foundation, director of the Knollwood Foundation, a member of the Executive Committee of the Pentagon Memorial Fund, chairman of the Terry Maude Foundation, and chairman of Senior Executive Committee of the Army Aviation Association of America. ...” A very similar, but more recent, biography appears at the web site of his company Keane Advisors here. Note it includes a photo of him in business attire, much more refined than the photo in Army combat attire that accompanied the Washington Post Bob Woodward article on him. (Click "Next" under Photos to see it.) As to his company Keane Advisors LLC, its web site, as of 2008-09-15, contained the following self-description:

Business Focus Private Equity : M&A : Advisory Services : Real Estate

In other words, it is in financial services and real estate. This seems a far cry from the large-scale organizations that Army generals are used to managing. More articles on General Keane by Gareth Porter: 2009-02-03 “Generals Seek to Reverse Obama Withdrawal Decision” Antiwar.com 2009-02-02 original IPS news article.
David Kilcullen
Wikipedia, Google 2009-04-15: “The Accidental Guerrilla and the Deliberate Interventionist” by Michael Scheuer
Baruch Kimmerling
Wikipedia, Google, web site
Rudyard Kipling (1865–1936)
Wikipedia, Google He was a conservative in the sense that he believed civilization to be something laboriously achieved which was only precariously defended. He wanted to see the defences fully manned and he hated the liberals because he thought them gullible and feeble, believing in the easy perfectibility of man and ready to abandon the work of centuries for sentimental qualms.

Evelyn Waugh

Faith Kroll
Google Faith Kroll is a saint-like woman who tried to tell the truth about what gave her sexual pleasure, by demonstrating it.
James Kurth
Wikipedia, Google
Karen Kwiatkowski
Wikipedia, Google
Anthony Lake
Wikipedia, Google, conversion to Judaism
W. Patrick Lang
Wikipedia, Google, his blog “Sic Semper Tyrannis”
Mavis Leno
Wikipedia, Google, bio at NOPAC Talent Agency, which as of 2009-02-15 contained the following (emphasis is added): “Her involvement in the Feminist Majority’s Campaign was instrumental in defeating the energy company UNOCAL’s efforts to construct an oil pipeline across Afghanistan. It is estimated that the pipeline would have supplied the Taliban with over $100 million and dramatically increased their control in the region. Mavis Leno is a leader in the effort to make the restoration of women’s rights a nonnegotiable element of a post-Taliban Afghanistan ...”
Rabbi Michael Lerner
Wikipedia, Google
Michael Lewis
Wikipedia, Google
Anatol Lieven
Wikipedia, Google
William S. Lind
Wikipedia, Google 2009-12-15: Parting Thoughts, for Now (announcing the end of his column)
Bernard L. Madoff
Wikipedia, Google, a long (5200 word) 2008-12-20 NYT article about his clients/associates/victims
Harry Markopolos
Wikipedia, Google
John S. McCain
Wikipedia, Google, Fred Zeidman as his “National Vice Chair for Jewish Outreach”: ARLINGTON, VA - U.S. Senator John McCain’s presidential exploratory committee today announced that Fred Zeidman has joined the Arizona Senator’s team and will serve as National Vice Chair for Jewish Outreach. Fred Zeidman previously helped lead Jewish outreach for Bush-Cheney ‘00 and ‘04 and served as vice chairman of the Dole-Kemp presidential campaign in Harris County. “Senator John McCain has been a consistent and strong supporter of both Jewish Americans and Israel,” said Zeidman. “We are a nation at war and Senator McCain’s leadership and commitment to victory are required to protect America from terrorism.” Senator McCain called Fred Zeidman a highly regarded leader that will expand the reach of his exploratory committee. “Fred Zeidman’s advocacy on behalf of the Jewish community has made a real impact,” stated Senator McCain. “He is someone that represents the best our country has to offer and I look forward to working with him to communicate my conservative principles to Jewish Americans and Texas voters.”
Ray McGovern
Wikipedia, Google, bio, my post on him, antiwar.com, counterpunch.org, his meeting with Rumsfeld
John Mearsheimer
Wikipedia, Google
Benny Morris
Wikipedia, Google, dialog with Christisons, more
Admiral Michael Mullen
Wikipedia, Google 2008-12-08: Speech to the JINSA (Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs) on the 2008 Mumbai attacks (speech contents) (Where Mullen accepted JINSA's Henry M. Jackson Distinguished Service Award.) From left to right: Recipient of JINSA's 2008 Henry M. "Scoop" Jackson Distinguished Service Award Adm. Michael J. Mullen, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; JINSA Board of Advisors Member Adm. Leon Edney, USN (ret.), and; JINSA Chairman Mr. Mark Broxmeyer.
From Maureen Dowd’s 2010-02-03 NYT column: I’ve had high hopes for Adm. Mike Mullen ever since I learned that his mom was an assistant to Jimmy Durante and his dad was a Hollywood press agent whose clients included Bob Hope, Ann-Margret, Phyllis Diller, Jimmy Stewart, Carol Burnett and Dyan Cannon.
Charles A. Murray
Wikipedia, Google, and Bell Curve
Barack Obama
Wikipedia, Google, Philip Weiss on Obama’s father
William E. Odom, LTG, USA (ret.) (1932 — 2008)
Wikipedia, Google, NYT obituary, WP obituary
Michael E. O'Hanlon
Wikipedia, Google, Google (with E.)
Sarah Palin
Wikipedia, Google, 2008 photo from this article gawker.com investigates a crucial topic :-)
Nancy Pelosi
Wikipedia, Google, Pelosi and AIPAC, Pelosi and Amy Friedkin From “Nancy Pelosi’s links to Israel are strong and personal” (emphasis is added):
Before a packed meeting of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) three years ago, U.S. Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) connected her political support for the Jewish state with her personal life. “My daughter is Catholic. My son-in-law is Jewish,” she said. “Last week I celebrated my birthday and my grandchildren -- ages 4 and 6 -- called to sing ‘Happy Birthday.’ And the surprise, the real gift, was that they sang it in Hebrew.” ... The daughter of Thomas D’Alesandro Jr., a former mayor of Baltimore, Pelosi grew up in a Democratic family with Jewish neighbors and friends. “She likes to say that, growing up in Baltimore, she went to a bar or bat mitzvah every Saturday,” Amy Friedkin, a former president of AIPAC and a friend of Pelosi’s for 25 years, wrote in an e-mail message to JTA. Friedkin noted that there’s even a soccer field in the Haifa area of Israel named after the lawmaker’s family. ... With Pelosi as speaker, Jewish activists and officials are confident that the U.S. Congress will remain strongly pro-Israel. “I’ve heard her say numerous times that the single-greatest achievement of the 20th century” was the founding of the modern state of Israel, Friedkin wrote. “She has been a great friend of the U.S.-Israel relationship during her entire time in Congress and is deeply committed to strengthening that relationship.” ... At an AIPAC members luncheon in San Francisco right after the Sept. 11 terror attacks, Pelosi was speaking when an alarm sounded. “Everybody started getting nervous, scrambling toward the door,” Lauter recalled. One person, though, was reading the words of “Hatikvah,” the Israeli national anthem, above the din. It was Pelosi. “It actually calmed the crowd,” Lauter said. “You could see people actually smiling, saying, ‘Wow.’ “ This “wasn’t something done purposefully to show everyone that Nancy Pelosi supports the Jewish community,” he said. It “actually came from inside her.”
General David Petraeus
Wikipedia, Google Philip Weiss: “Petraeus emails show general scheming with journalist to get out pro-Israel storyline” Philip Giraldi: “Who Owns General Petraeus?”
Paul R. Pillar
Wikipedia, Google
Clyde V. Prestowitz Jr.
Wikipedia, Google
William Quandt
Google
Scott Ritter
Wikipedia, Google
J. Philippe Rushton
Wikipedia, Google, his organization, at VDare.com
Claes G. Ryn
Wikipedia, Google, review by Paul Gottfried of America the Virtuous, Paul Craig Roberts article: “The Neo-Jacobins
Randy Scheunemann
Wikipedia, Google, “And None Dare Call It Treason” by Patrick J. Buchanan
Phyllis Schlafly
Wikipedia, Google, her web site
Brent Scowcroft
Wikipedia, Google For the “Scowcroft Award for Somnolent Excellence” see pages 33–5 of A World Transformed.
Cindy Sheehan
Wikipedia, Google, her 2007-05-28 resignation message [An excerpt:] I was the darling of the so-called left as long as I limited my protests to George Bush and the Republican Party.... However, when I started to hold the Democratic Party to the same standards that I held the Republican Party, support for my cause started to erode and the “left” started labeling me with the same slurs that the right used. I guess no one paid attention to me when I said that the issue of peace and people dying for no reason is not a matter of “right or left”, but “right and wrong.” I am deemed a radical because I believe that partisan politics should be left to the wayside when hundreds of thousands of people are dying for a war based on lies that is supported by Democrats and Republican alike.
General Eric Shinseki, USA (ret.)
Wikipedia, Google, 2007-01-12 NYT sketch
Avi Shlaim
Wikipedia, Google
Aafia Siddiqui
Wikipedia, Google, Paul Craig Roberts calls the charge against her “trumped-up”, Petra Bartosiewicz interviewed by Scott Horton on the Siddiqui trial.
Christina Hoff Sommers
Wikipedia, Google @AEI
Eliot Spitzer
Wikipedia, Google, his columns at Slate.com
Rozita Swinton
GoogleWho is Rozita Swinton
George Tenet
Wikipedia, Google 2006-06-20 PBS Frontline: interviews with acquaintances
Alan Tonelson
Wikipedia, Google
Arnold J. Toynbee (1889–1975)
Wikipedia, Google, my discussion of him magnum opus, A Study of History: @Wikipedia; my data on it The Toynbee convector his Time magazine cover [From the back flap of Volume 12, Reconsiderations, of A Study of History:] From 1925 until the end of September 1955, when he officially retired, Arnold Toynbee was Director of Studies at the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London and Research Professor of International History in the University of London. His chief work for the Institute was to produce, in collaboration with his wife, Veronica M. (Boulter) Toynbee, the Institute’s Survey of International Affairs. From 1939–46, however, he devoted all of his time to Government Service as Director of a war-time branch of the Institute which ultimately became the Research Department of the Foreign Office.
Srdja Trifkovic
Wikipedia, Google, at Chronicles
Stephen Van Evera
Wikipedia, Google
Michael Vickers
Google, SourceWatch, WP profile
Stephen Walt
Wikipedia, Google, his blog at Foreign Policy
Philip Weiss
Wikipedia, Google, his blog Mondoweiss
Serena Williams
transcript of her foot fault complaint at the U.S. Open, with a relatively clear video of her saying it From One Standard: Over the Line Is Over the Line by William C. Rhoden of the New York Times, 2009-09-16 (emphasis is added): “She lost her semifinals match to Clijsters on Saturday night when she was assessed a code violation for verbally abusing a line judge on match point with a ferocity not seen in women’s tennis. “What made many uncomfortable, beyond the tirade, is that Williams stepped so far outside of the box of acceptable behavior for female athletes. With one stunning outburst, Williams barreled into the hallowed Men Only Hall of Intemperance reserved for John McEnroe and Jimmy Connors and Ilie Nastase, great players who became legendary for their rampages against line judges, umpires and each other.”
Bob Woodward
Wikipedia, Google
Fareed Zakaria
Wikipedia, Google, Michael Scheuer’s 2009-03-24 article on
General Anthony Zinni, USMC (ret.)
Wikipedia, Google, 2004-05-12 CDI speech on Iraq (with the ten points), 2009-02-10: Philip Giraldi on Israel Lobby black-balling Zinni as Iraq amb.




Paleoconservatives

Peter Brimelow
Wikipedia, Google, books and articles, VDare
Patrick Buchanan
Wikipedia, Google, columns, selected columns, his web site, “Pat Buchanan is Censored by Human Events” by Kevin MacDonald, 2010-03-16
Houston Stewart Chamberlain (1855–1927)
Wikipedia, Google, “his” web site
John Derbyshire
Wikipedia, Google, his home page, his web journalism (note esp. those “Not posted”)
Saumuel Francis (1947–2005)
Wikipedia, Google
Philip Giraldi
Wikipedia, Google Philip Giraldi’s excellent “Deep Background” column appears every two weeks in the American Conservative. It normally contains two or three short news items, almost always both original and significant (e.g. 2005-08-01, 2007-02-26), dealing with the intelligence world and, typically, some aspect of what Commentary has dubbed “World War IV.”
Paul Gottfried
Wikipedia, Google, his blog at Taki Magazine, Describing himself, Gottfried has written: “I had two Jewish parents. My father barely escaped the Nazis by getting out of Central Europe in the 1930s.”
Madison Grant (1865–1937)
Wikipedia, Google
Leon Hadar
Wikipedia, Google
Jim Lobe
Wikipedia, Google, his columns Persona non grata at AEI!
Eric Margolis
Wikipedia, Google, his home page
Justin Raimondo
Wikipedia, Google, his columns, his bio, selected columns
Paul Craig Roberts
Wikipedia, Google 2010-03-24: “Truth Has Fallen and Taken Liberty With It”: “The militarism of the U.S. and Israeli states, and Wall Street and corporate greed, will now run their course. As the pen is censored and its might extinguished, I am signing off.” [He relented. He continues to publish.]
Steve Sailer
Wikipedia, Google, his web site, his blog, an opposing view, Sailer on immigration
Joe Sobran
Wikipedia, Google, his web site
Lothrop Stoddard (1883–1950)
Wikipedia, Google
Taki
Wikipedia, Google, his web site, his webzine (both of these seem to be named “Taki’s Top Drawer”)
Jared Taylor
Wikipedia, Google, American Renaissance




Anti-Zionists

Osama bin Laden
Wikipedia, Google, books (by and about), my post on him, PBS Frontline show “Hunting bin Laden”
Kathleen and Bill Christison
Google, at counterpunch.org
Juan Cole
Wikipedia, Google, his web site
John Dugard
Wikipedia, Google
Paul Findley
Wikipedia, Google, his CNI: 1, 2. Findley wrote They Dare to Speak Out: People and Institutions Confront Israel's Lobby
Norman Finkelstein
Wikipedia, Google, his web site, my coverage on him
Bobby Fischer
Wikipedia, Google, Fischer uncensored
Robert Fisk
Wikipedia, Google, web site, magnum opus
Ran HaCohen
Wikipedia, Google
Alfred Lilienthal
Wikipedia, Google, home page, “Israel’s Flag is Not Mine” (September 1949 Reader's Digest)
Kevin MacDonald
Wikipedia, Google, his web site, writings, replies to critics, blog posts at The Occidental Observer, @VDare.com, my post dedicated to him A paradigmatic example of how MacDonald’s critics attack him and his responses to those attacks is his 2006-05 “Reply to Jacob Laksin”.
Ralph Nader
Wikipedia, Google, Nader vs. WP and ADL
M.J. Rosenberg
Google, his blog at Talking Points Memo.com
Michael Scheuer
Wikipedia, Google, Non-Intervention.com (his web site), at antiwar.com, Jamestown.org, NYT, WP, WT, interview with Washington Post Express
Israel Shahak (1933–2001)
Wikipedia, Google, at Middle East Policy Council, an archive of many of Shahak’s works (along with some fiction)
Henry Siegman
Wikipedia, Google
Alison Weir
Google, her web site, Wikipedia on her organization, If Americans Knew





Neoconservatives and Zionists

Sheldon G. Adelson
Wikipedia, Google, Adelson and Bush Adelson has promised a mind-boggling $200 million per year to Jewish and Israeli causes! As well, Adelson was on the council of the Holocaust Museum from 2002 to 2007, when he was replaced by his wife.
Elliott Abrams
Wikipedia, Google, my selection of material on him
Steven Aftergood
Google, James Bamford on Aftergood (his Zionist bias)
Eleana Benador
Wikipedia, Google, Source Watch, Right Web, Benador Associates web page
Tony Blair
Wikipedia, Google, links with Israel Note the following (from Wikipedia) about his close associate, Michael Levy (Baron Levy), also known in the British press as “Lord Cashpoint”: He is a supporter of Labour Friends of Israel and has been described by The Jerusalem Post as "undoubtedly the notional leader of British Jewry". He is also a member of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, the leadership of UK Jewish community. Levy has close ties with the Israeli Labour Party and maintains a home in Tel Aviv. His son, Daniel Levy, is active in Israeli political life, and has served as an assistant to the former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and to Knesset member Yossi Beilin. Levy has praised Blair for his "solid and committed support of the State of Israel" and has been described as "a leading international Zionist". Known as "Lord Cashpoint" to some in the media and politics, he is the leading fundraiser for the Labour Party.
Matthew Brooks
Google
Eliot A. Cohen
Wikipedia, Google, coverage on him
Ann Coulter
Wikipedia, Google, on The Widows
Alan Dershowitz
Wikipedia, Google, his web site, my section on him
Thomas Dine
Google, Right Web profile Executive Director of AIPAC, 1980–1993; member, Committee for the Liberation of Iraq
Rahm Emanuel
Wikipedia, Google; extended dossier on him collected by KHarbaugh
David Feith
(David Feith is the second son of Douglas Feith) Google, Jim Lobe’s article on him
Douglas Feith
Wikipedia, Google, New Yorker profile, my sketch
Stephen Herbits
Google, as secretary-general of the powerful World Jewish Congress
Malcolm Hoenlein
Wikipedia, Google
Martin Indyk
Wikipedia, Google Note how Indyk’s past as research director for AIPAC has been omitted (some of us would say sanitized) from his biography at Brookings (at least from the one dated 10/2001, still current as of 12/2007). Isn’t it sheer intellectual dishonesty to leave that out of his bio? Isn’t his past key role at Israel’s preeminent lobbying group in the U.S. a critical part of his background, when he is used so often by the media as an “impartial” expert voice on Mideast affairs?
Kagan
general information on the name Kagan, Greenwald on the neocon Kagan clan
Kimberly Kagan
Wikipedia, Google, “The Two Faces of Kimberly Kagan” by Kelley B. Vlahos, 2009-09-29
Robert Kagan
Wikipedia, Google, Right Web
Lawrence F. Kaplan
Google, The War on Iraq
Jeane Kirkpatrick
Wikipedia, Google A quote, from a post-09-11 symposium at AEI (emphasis added):
[O]nce while I was [at] the United Nations, the wife of a very distinguished Arab Ambassador ... said to me, “I don’t see why you’re always supporting Israel. You’re not a Jew.” She said, “You know, why don’t you support the Arab countries?” I said, “You know, I’m a woman.
Charles Krauthammer
Wikipedia, Google, WP columns
Bruce Kovner
Wikipedia, Google George Soros’s Right-Wing Twin Multibillionaire commodities king Bruce Kovner is the patron saint of the neoconservatives, ... and the most powerful New Yorker you’ve never heard of. By Philip Weiss
William Kristol
Wikipedia, Google, “Kristol’s War”, his Weekly Standard, his PNAC, Jim Lobe on his NYT columnizing
Michael Ledeen
Wikipedia, Google, Benador, Right Web, National Review, Laughland, fascism
Bernard Lewis
Wikipedia, Google [An excerpt from the 2007-03-14 Financial Times article “Neo-cons have been consigned to history” by Jacob Weisberg (emphasis is added).] The vice-president [Richard Cheney] looked on from the head table as his friend, Bernard Lewis,

perhaps the most significant intellectual influence behind the invasion of Iraq,

came up to accept an award. In his address, the 90-year-old Mr Lewis did not revisit his argument that regime change in Iraq could provide the jolt needed to modernise the Middle East. ...
I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby Jr.
Wikipedia, Google, Raimondo on
(Senator) Joseph Lieberman
Wikipedia, Google, “Joe Lieberman’s War,” an article by Philip Giraldi emphasizing his role as a warmonger
Tzipi Livni
Wikipedia, Google, article by Uri Avnery on
The Magnes Zionist
Google, his eponymous blog, “The Magnes Zionist” As of 2008-02-01, his Blogspot profile said this about him: Jeremiah (Jerry) Haber is the nom de plume of an orthodox Jewish studies professor who divides his time between Israel and the US. Why do I write under a pseudonym? Not because I am afraid of being hounded like Norman Finkelstein -- thank God I have tenure. But because I want to keep my academic persona and my polemical persona distinct. Writing under a pseudonym allows me to be more “unbuttoned.” Maybe that’s a copout; maybe not. But if your really insist on knowing who I am contact me off-blog at jeremiah.haber@gmail.com.
Judith Miller
Wikipedia, Google, her web site, my sketch
Laurie Mylroie
Wikipedia, Google
Richard Perle
Wikipedia, Google, Right Web, Stephen Walt: Richard Perle is a liar
John Podhoretz
Wikipedia, Google
Norman Podhoretz
Wikipedia, Google, at Commentary
Kenneth Pollack
Wikipedia, Google, CJR article: The War Expert Wrong, wrong, wrong again. But the media still want Ken Pollack
Shulamit Reinharz
Google A fact rarely mentioned about this widely published columnist is that she is the wife of Brandeis University President Jehuda Reinharz.
Condoleezza Rice
Wikipedia, Google, my sketch
Steve Rosen
Wikipedia, Google, extended dossier on him collected by KHarbaugh
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen
Wikipedia, Google, from her House biography: As Chair of the Subcommittee on Middle East and Central Asia, she has become a leading figure shaping foreign policy. Since September 11th, 2001, Ileana and her colleagues in Congress have funded our war to combat terrorism, provided humanitarian assistance for the women and children of Afghanistan, and increased support for Israel. Ileana continues to be a fighter for our U.S. ally, Israel, participating in the Jewish Federation's fund-raising phone-a-thons in Miami, as well as numerous visits to Jerusalem, Tel-Aviv, and the Golan Heights during the bombings to demonstrate our steadfast solidarity with this beleaguered nation.
Dennis Ross
Wikipedia, Google, extended dossier on him collected by KHarbaugh
Haim Saban
Wikipedia, Google NYT bio: “Schlepping to Moguldom” by Andrew Ross Sorkin From the article (emphasis added):
Haim Saban, who turned cartoons into a multibillion-dollar fortune, has an office overlooking Los Angeles, but his world view centers on Israel. ... “I’m a one-issue guy and my issue is Israel,” he said in his first extensive interview in years.
Gabriel Schoenfeld
Wikipedia, Google, my remarks on him
Charles Schumer
Wikipedia, Google, 2009-03-11 Philip Weiss: 'I agree, Schumer is a pain'
George P. Shultz
Wikipedia, Google, my summary on him
Yuri Slezkine
Wikipedia, Google
Stephen Steinlight
Google, “The Jewish Stake in America's Changing Demography” (coverage), “Is Multiculturalism Good For The Jews?” (excerpts from “The Jewish Stake”)
[W]ill Jewish sensitivities continue to enjoy extraordinarily high levels of deference and will Jewish interests continue to receive special protection?

“The Jewish Stake”

Elie Wiesel
Wikipedia, Google The following Wiesel quotation is from page 289 of Samuel Huntington’s Who Are We?, which in turn cites page 147 of Tony Smith’s Foreign Attachments: The Power of Ethnic Groups in the Making of American Foreign Policy.

“I support Israel—period. I identify with Israel—period. I never attack, never criticize Israel when I am not in Israel.... The role of a Jew is to be with our people.”

Paul Wolfowitz
Wikipedia, Google, quotations of, my sketch
R. James Woolsey
Wikipedia, Google, WWIV, WWIV
David Wurmser
Wikipedia, Google
Meyrav Wurmser
Wikipedia, Google
Fred S. Zeidman
Google, Zeidman support for John McCain
Mortimer Zuckerman
Wikipedia, Google, as Jewish leader






Organizations

Alec Station
Wikipedia, Google, History Commons
al-Qaeda
Wikipedia, Google
Brookings Institution
Wikipedia, Google
Center for Immigration Studies
Wikipedia, Google, its web site, Right Web
Coalition for a Realistic Foreign Policy
Wikipedia, Google, SourceWatch, their web site
Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget
Google, their web site
Committee for the Republic
Google, SourceWatch
Congress of the United States
Wikipedia, Google, Which Party Controls Congress?
Council for the National Interest
Wikipedia, Google, their web sites: cnionline, rescuemideastpolicy
Council on Foreign Relations
Wikipedia, Google
Federation for American Immigration Reform
Wikipedia, Google, its web site, Right Web
If Americans Knew
Wikipedia, Google, its web site, Okrent’s column
Independent Jewish Voices
Wikipedia, Google, its web site
Iraq Study Group (the Baker/Hamilton Commission)
Wikipedia, Google, their 2006-12-06 report
Israel Policy Forum
Wikipedia, Google
Jamestown Foundation
Wikipedia, Google, its web site, Right Web (Note: Michael Scheuer hung out there until he was dismissed in 2009-01.)
Middle East Policy Council
Wikipedia, Google, its web site
Peace Now
Wikipedia, Google, American web site, Israeli web site
United for Peace and Justice
Wikipedia, Google
Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity
Wikipedia, Google
WRMEA — Washington Report on Middle East Affairs
Wikipedia, Google, its web site
Women’s Foreign Policy Group
Google Chair: Maxine Isaacs (wife of James A. Johnson, CEO of Fannie Mae, 1991-98) Vice-Chair: Gail Leftwich Kitch
Words not War
Google, web site



























Organizations: Human Rights

Amnesty International
Wikipedia, Google, web site
B'Tselem
Wikipedia, Google, web site
Feminist Majority
Wikipedia, Google
Gush Shalom
Wikipedia, Google, its web site, its founder (Uri Avnery)
Human Rights Watch
Wikipedia, Google, web site
Physicians for Human Rights—Israel
Wikipedia, Google, web site
Public Committee against Torture in Israel
Wikipedia, Google, web site
Yesh Din
Wikipedia, Google, its web site

























Organizations: Neoconservative and Zionist

ADL — Anti-Defamation League
Wikipedia, Google, my article on them
AEI — American Enterprise Institute
Wikipedia, Google, Source Watch, its web site Bruce Kovner is its chairman and a lead donor.
AFPC — American Foreign Policy Council
Wikipedia, Google, Right Web, its web site
Agudath Israel
Wikipedia, Google
AIPAC – American Israel Public Affairs Committee
Wikipedia, Google, Source Watch, Right Web, Juan Cole, its web site
AJC — American Jewish Committee
Wikipedia, Google, its web site
CAMERA —
Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America
Wikipedia, Google, its web site
Committee for a Free Lebanon
Google, Source Watch, Right Web
Committee for the Liberation of Iraq
Wikipedia, Google, Source Watch, Right Web
CPMAJO —
Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations
Wikipedia, Google, its web site, Massing article
FDD — Foundation for the Defense of Democracies
Wikipedia, Google, its web site, Jim Lobe commentary
FW — Freedom’s Watch
Wikipedia, Google, its web site, SourceWatch/Congresspedia, The Donors my coverage of it
IPC — Iran Policy Committee
Wikipedia, Google, its web site, 2005-02-11-Lobe
The Israel Project
Wikipedia, Google, web site
JPC — Jewish Policy Center
Google
JINSA — Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs
Wikipedia, Google, Right Web, its web site
JPPPI — Jewish People Policy Planning Institute
Wikipedia, Google, its web site From its web site (Overview): The Jewish People Policy Planning Institute (JPPPI) is an independent think tank incorporated in Israel as a non-profit corporation. The mission of the Institute is to promote the thriving of the Jewish people via professional strategic thinking and planning on issues of primary concern to world Jewry. JPPPI’s work is based on deep commitment to the future of the Jewish people with Israel as its core state.
MEMRI — Middle East Media Research Institute
Wikipedia, Google, its web site
MEF — Middle East Forum
Wikipedia, Google, Source Watch, Right Web, grants, its web site
Mossad
Wikipedia, Google, FAS IRP
NGO Monitor
Wikipedia, Google, web site
One Jerusalem
Wikipedia, Google
PNAC — Project for the New American Century
Wikipedia, Google, web site
RJC — Republican Jewish Coalition
Wikipedia, Google
Saban Center for Middle East Policy
Google, SourceWatch, its announcement Its founding donor is Haim Saban. Note that its director, Martin Indyk, is a former “research director” of AIPAC.
WINEP — Washington Institute for Near East Policy
Google, Wikipedia, SourceWatch, RightWeb, its web site “Washington Institute for Near East Policy: An AIPAC ‘Image Problem’ ” by Mark H. Milstein [cited in endnotes to Chapter 6 of ILUSFP]
ZOA — Zionist Organization of America
Wikipedia, Google

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