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LIST of CONSERVATIVES (and LIBERTARIANS) OPPOSED TO BOMBING IRAQ /KOSOVO & THOSE WHO FAVOR BOMBING (see list below)

Jack Kemp, Ron Paul, Llewellan Rockwell, Robert Novak, Pat Buchanan, John McLaughlin, Howard Phillips, Joseph Sobran, Jude Wannisky, Doug Bandow, Col. David Hackworth, Stephen Chapman (and many more--see Lew Rockwell's LONG LIST BELOW followed by sample columns they wrote)

    Coming Out against bombing Iraq (it was easier against bombing Kosovo) was very difficult for many conservatives.  Most really believe Washington knows best what is good for the world and like the idea of a big military presence. (Strangely, their questioning of "Big Government" competence ends at the waters' edge).   Others follow the lead of Bush and Forbes who supported bombing Serbia.

     Then there is the big factor of money.   Particularly among think tanks, many large ones depend upon the big "Neo-Conservative" dominated foundations (Bradley, Scaife, Olin) which are sqarely for interventions.  Others get donations from large defense contractors who make billions from Saudi and Gulf dictator states which buy vast amounts of weapons (which they then bury in warehouses in the sand because they so much fear their own populations and militaries).  As the foundations fund many good projects, think tank directors justify that the trade off is well worth while, especially considering how peripheral foreign affairs are for most Americans.  Very few Americans dared stand up on the issue of blockading or bombing Iraq.   CATO did at the time of the First Iraq War, and lost close to a million dollars of funding directly therefrom.  Others have close ties to the military and CIA/FBI from the old cold war days, organizations which thrive as they must grow to guard against more and more of the enemies Washington creates.   What better than making much of the Moslem and now Slavic worlds  into enemies?  We might even be able to make China into one too. Already their budgets have increased by billions since Clinton's new bombings.   One should also single out the courageous LUDWIG VON MISES INSTITUTE  in Auburn, Alabama for its standing up against these financial pressures ever since the First Iraq war.

    Other conservatives can't bring themselves to criticize anything the military does.  They think it would be disloyal to America or to our "fighting" men (and women).  Others still think in terms of communists, others just feel good showing the world that America is tough and can "win" wars.  Most Republican establishment Senators (e.g. Dole, Lugar, Helms, Hatch, Warner) support wars.  Freshmen and Sophomore Congressmen voted overwhelmingly against bombing Kosovo.  Most of the Washington establishment thrives upon and supports bombings, see the  Beltway Bombers.

    In private conversations many conservatives express reservations about Washington's foreign military adventures, but they fear to do so publicly.  Equally many journalists, other than the biggest names, couldn't get through the "neo-conservative curtain" to get published in conservative magazines with views such as we present on this site. (Kosovo broke the "neo-con" monopoly and control for a while, now the WASHINGTON TIMES, for example, has reverted back to its heavy support for interventionism)  Consequently we honor the especial courage of this who stood up on this issue.

 

Wartime
by Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.

As Clinton wages yet another aggressive war-this time on Yugoslavia-and once again inflicts bloodshed on innocents, let us pause to remember those who have spoken out against this immoral attack.

Far too few are willing to stand up to the warfare state, and  yet it has never been more necessary. As America squanders her heritage of liberty to pursue empire, we are still blessed with free speech. And that free speech can make a difference.
It can help rally public opinion against a regime that has become a threat to the world, and which is every day depriving us of our liberty and property.

When people stand up in public for what is right, they should becredited. Here is my preliminary list of anti-war heroes. If you  have other names, email me at rockwell@mises.org.

And Those Who Favor War

 

 IN FAVOR OF THE WAR

 OPPOSED TO THE WAR

  David Aaronovitch (The Independent)
Christiane Amanpour (CNN)
Larry Arnn (Claremont Institute)
William Bartley (Wall Street Journal)
Joe Biden (D-DE)
John R. Bolton (American Enterprise Institute)
Max Boot (Wall Street Journal)
Zbigniew Brzezinski (lobbyist)
Winston Churchill, Jr. (British Parliament)
Eliot A. Cohen (Johns Hopkins University)
Chris Cox (D-CA)
Bob Dole (lobbyist)
Eliot Engel (D-NY)
Steve Forbes (Forbes Magazine)
Thomas Friedman (New York Times)
John Fund (Wall Street Journal)
Paul Gigot (Wall Street Journal)
Jonah Goldberg (National Review)
Katharine Graham (Washington Post)
Hugo Gurdon (London Telegraph)
Chuck Hagel (R-NE)
William Hague (British Parliament)
David Hart (London Times)
John Hillen (Center for Strategic and International Studies)
Bruce Herschensohn (Claremont Institute)
Albert R. Hunt (Wall Street Journal)
Jesse Jackson (liberal activist)
Bianca Jagger (celebrity)
Robert Kagan (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)
Robert D. Kaplan (Atlantic Monthly)
Garry Kasparov (Wall Street Journal)
Henry Kissinger (lobbyist)
William Kristol (Weekly Standard)
Tom Lantos (D-CA)
Joseph Lieberman (D-CT)
Richard Lugar (R-IN)
John McCain (R-AZ)
George Melloan (Wall Street Journal)
Dick Morris (NY Post)
Gerold Nadler (D-NY)
Kate O'Beirne (National Review)
William Odom (Hudson Institute)
Michael O'Hanlon (Brookings Institute)
Andrea Petersen (Wall Street Journal)
John Podhoretz (New York Post)
Ellen Joan Pollock (Wall Street Journal)
Ramesh Poneru (National Review)
David Pryce-Jones (National Review)
Therese Rafael (Wall Street Journal Europe)
Howell Raines (New York Times)
Vanessa Redgrave (actress)
David Rieff (Salon)
William Safire (New York Times)
William Saletan (Slate)
Bernie Sanders (I-VT)
Gerald Seib (Wall Street Journal)
Daniel Schorr (NPR)
Ike Skelton (D-MO)
George Soros (Open Society Institute)
Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Jr. (New York Times)
Ellen Tauscher (D-CA)
David Tell (Weekly Standard)
John Warner (R-VA)
Caspar Weinberger (Forbes Magazine)
George Will (columnist)

 

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Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.

Tariq Ali (The Independent)
Michael R. Allen (Spintech Magazine)
Andrew J. Bacevich (Boston University)
Doug Bandow (Copley Newspapers)
Klaus Becker (We the People of Nebraska)
Art Bell (Art Bell Radio Show)
Jim Bell (Jim Bell Radio Show)
Tony Benn (British Parliament)
David Bergland (Libertarian Party)
Tom Bethell (American Spectator)
Michael Bliss (University of Toronto)
Samuel L. Blumenfeld (Chalcedon Magazine)
Burton S. Blumert (LibertarianStudies.org)
Alan Bock (Orange County Register)
Neal Boortz (Neal Boortz Radio Show)
Mark Brady (peace activist)
Phil Brennan (Wednesday on the Web)
David M. Bresnahan (WorldNetDaily.com)
Harold O.J. Brown (Reformed Theological Seminary)
Thad Brown (peace activist)
Harry Browne (Harry Browne Radio Show)
Gene Burns (Gene Burns Radio Show)
Jason Butler (The Butler Report)
Pat Buchanan (American Cause)
Gerald A. Carroll (columnist)
Ted Galen Carpenter (Cato Institute)
Howey Carr (Howey Carr Radio Show)
Helen Chenoweth (R-ID)
Noam Chomsky (MIT)
Alan Clark (British Parliament)
Ramsey Clark (International Action Center)
Alexander Cockburn (The Nation)
Ada Coddington (conservative activist)
Charles W. Colson (Prison Fellowship Ministries)
Sandra Crosnoe (Associated Conservatives of Texas)
John Dear (Fellowship of Reconciliation)
John V. Denson (Mises Institute)
Thomas DiLorenzo (Loyola College)
John D'Aloia, Jr. (St. Mary's Star)
Jack DeVault (author, The Waco Whitewash)
John Doggett (John Doggett Radio Show)
Bob Djurdjevic (TruthinMedia.org)
Jim Eason (Jim Eason Radio Show)
Rev. David Eberhard (Historic Trinity Lutheran Church)
Lou Epton (Lou Epton Radio Show)
Barry Farber (Barry Farber Radio Show)
Joseph Farah (WorldNetDaily.com)
Don Feder (Boston Herald)
Doug Fiedor (Heads Up)
Robert Fisk (The Independent)
Thomas Fleming (Chronicles Magazine)
Kerry Fox (News-Minute.com)
Samuel Francis (Foundation Endowment)
Eric Garris (Antiwar.com)
David Gold (David Gold Radio Show)
William Norman Grigg (New American Magazine)
Paul Gottfried (Elizabethtown College)
Kevin Michael Grace (BC Report)
Bob Grant (Bob Grant Radio Show)
Steven Greenhut (Orange County Register)
Bishop Thomas Gumbleton (Archdiocese of Detroit)
David H. Hackworth (Defending America)
Ken Hamblin (Ken Hamblin Radio Show)
Sean Hannity (Fox News)
Chuck Harder (For the People)
Robert Hayden (University of Pittsburgh)
Lord Healey (British House of Lords)
Nat Hentoff (civil liberties activist)
Edward S. Herman (Temple University)
Robert Higgs (Independent Review)
James Hill (James Hill's Weekly)
Michael Hill (League of the South)
Arriana Huffington (Ctr for the Study of Popular Culture)
Sam Husseini (Institute for Public Accuracy)
Simon Jenkins (The Times of London)
Pope John Paul II
Diana Johnstone (Z Magazine)
Barrett Kalellis (Detroit News)
Kathy Kelly (Voices in the Wilderness)
Martin Kelley (NonViolence.org)
Michael Kelly (National Journal)
Jack Kemp (Empower America)
George Kenney (In These Times)
Alan Keyes (Alan Keyes Radio Show)
Michael T. Klare (Hampshire College)
Christian E. Kopff (University of Colorado)
Christopher Layne (MacArthur Peace Fellow)
Barbara Lee (D-CA)
Edward Luttwak (Atlantic Monthly)
David MacReynolds (War Resisters League)
Scott McConnell (New York Press)
Cynthia McKinney (D-GA)
Jack McManus (John Birch Society)
Veran Matic (Radio B-92)
Dan Meredith (Dixie Rising Radio)
Geoff Metcalf (Geoff Metcalf Radio Show)
Laura Mildon (Mad Dog News)
Joel Miller (Real Mensch)
Zoran Milutinovic (Wesleyan University)
Paul Miniato (Canadian libertarian activist)
Betty Molchany (peace activist)
Carol Moore (peace activist)
Jay Moore (Jay's Leftist Internet Resources)
Melanie Morgan (Lee Rogers Radio Show)
Mary Mostert (OriginalSources.com)
Mancow Muller (Mancow Muller Radio Show)
Lars Erik Nelson (New York Daily News)
Robby Noel (American Freedom Network)
Oliver North (Oliver North Radio Show)
Bob Novak (Chicago Sun Times)
Vince Page (columnist)
Camile Paglia (Salon Magazine)
Matthew Parris (The Spectator of London)
Ron Paul (R-TX)
Svetozar Pejovic (Texas A&M)                                                                                   
Howard Phillips (Conservative Caucus)
Stephen Presser (Northwestern University)
Jim Quinn (Quinn in the Morning Radio Show)
Ralph Raico (Buffalo State College)
Justin Raimondo (peace activist)
Charley Reese (Orlando Sentinel)
Lord Rees-Mogg (British House of Lords)
Sheldon Richman (Future of Freedom Foundation)
David E. Rockett (Agrarian Foundation)
Thomas Roeser (Chicago Sun-Times)
Lee Rogers (Lee Rogers Radio Show)
A.M. Rosenthal (New York Times)
Edward Said (Columbia University)
Alex Salmond (Scottish National Party)
Debra J. Saunders (San Francisco Chronicle)
Michael Savage (Michael Savage Radio Show)
Phyllis Schlafly (Eagle Forum)
Helmut Schmidt (former German chancellor)
Benjamin Schwarz (Atlantic Monthly)
Mark Scott (Mark Scott Radio Show)
John Seiler (Orange County Register)
Jay Severin (MS-NBC)
Ariel Sharon (Israeli Parliament)
Barbara Simpson (Barbara Simpson Radio Show)
Nancy Small (Pax Christi U.S.A.)
Bob Smith (R-NH)
Julianne Smith (British American Security Information Council)
Ron Smith (Ron Smith Radio Show)
Sam Smith (Progressive Review)                                                                             
Tony Snow (Detroit News)
Joe Sobran (The Wanderer)
Norman Solomon (Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting)
Thomas Sowell (Hoover Institution)
Norman Stone (University of Istanbul)
Michael Stoudenmire (peace activist)
Clifford Thies (Republican Liberty Caucus)
G. C. Thomas (Marquette University)
Doug Thompson (CapitolHillBlue.com)
Srdja Trifkovic (Lord Byron Foundation for Balkan Studies)                                                                                                                                         R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr. (American Spectator)
Jon Basil Utley (IraqWar.org)
Tom Walls (peace activist)
Jude Wanniski (Polyconomics.com)
Paul Weyrich (Free Congress Foundation)                                                 Timothy J. Wheeler (conservative activist)                                                       Carl Wiglesworth (Carl Wiglesworth Radio Show)
Rev. J. Steven Wilkins (Auburn Avenue Presbyterian Church)
Walter Williams (George Mason University)
Garry Wills (Johns Hopkins University)
Douglas Wilson (Credenda)
Jerry Zeifman (WorldNetDaily.com)

Updated 10/2/99
Honor and Dishonor
Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.

What can be said about those public figures who enlisted in the war effort
against Serbia, defended the indefensible, celebrated this destruction, and
even called for more? They belong on a roll of dishonor, and here is a
start:

DISHONOR ROLL


David Aaronovitch (London Independent)
Spencer Abraham (R-MI.)
Christiane Amanpour (CNN)
Dick Armey (R-TX)
Larry Arnn (Claremont Institute)
William Bartley (Wall Street Journal)
Joe Barton (R-TX)
Saul Bellow (writer)
John R. Bolton (American Enterprise Institute)
Max Boot (Wall Street Journal)
David Bonior (D-MI)
Barbara Boxer (D-CA)
George Bush (ex-president)
Zbigniew Brzezinski (lobbyist)
John Chafee (R-RI)
Winston Churchill, Jr. (British Parliament)
Eliot A. Cohen (Johns Hopkins University
Chris Cox (R-CA)
Mike Dewine (R-OH)
Bob Dole (lobbyist)
Elizabeth Dole (politician)
Susan Estrich (columnist)
Dianne Feinstein (D-CA)
Geraldine Ferraro (politician)
Steve Forbes (Forbes Magazine)
Thomas Friedman (New York Times)
John Fund (Wall Street Journal)
Sam Gejdenson (D-CT)
Richard Gephardt (D-MO)
Paul Gigot (Wall Street Journal)
Jonah Goldberg (National Review)
Daniel Jonah Goldhagen (Harvard University)
Katharine Graham (Washington Post)
Hugo Gurdon (London Telegraph)
Chuck Hagel (R-NE)
David Hart (London Times)
Orrin Hatch (R-UT)
Jacob Heilbrunn (New Republic)
Bruce Herschensohn (Claremont Institute)
John Hillen (Center for Strategic and International Studies)
Albert R. Hunt (Wall Street Journal)
Bianca Jagger (celebrity)
Jim Jeffords (R-VT)
Robert Kagan (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)
Robert D. Kaplan (Atlantic Monthly)
Garry Kasparov (Wall Street Journal)
Robert W. Kasten (lobbyist) Henry Kissinger (lobbyist)
Charles Krauthammer (Washington Post)
William Kristol (Weekly Standard)
Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ)
Rabbi Michael Lerner (Hilary's guru)
Anthony Lewis (New York Times)
G. Gordon Liddy (G. Gordon Liddy Show)
Joseph Lieberman (D-CT)
Richard Lugar (R-IN)
John McCain (R-AZ)
Mitch McConnell (R-KY)
Connie Mack (R-FL)
Eric Margolis (Toronto Sun)
George Melloan (Wall Street Journal)
Dick Morris (NY Post)
Kate O'Beirne (National Review)
William Odom (Hudson Institute)
Michael O'Hanlon (Brookings Institute)
John O'Sullivan (National Review)
Martin Peretz (New Republic)
Andrea Petersen (Wall Street Journal)
Ellen Joan Pollock (Wall Street Journal)
Ramesh Poneru (National Review)
Samantha Power (Kennedy School)
David Pryce-Jones (National Review)
Therese Rafael (Wall Street Journal Europe)
Howell Raines (New York Times)
Vanessa Redgrave (actress)
David Rieff (Salon)
Peter W. Rodman (National Review)
Andy Rooney (60 Minutes)
William Roth (R-DE)
William Safire (New York Times)
William Saletan (Slate)
Bernie Sanders (I-VT)
Gerald Seib (Wall Street Journal)
Richard Shelby (R-AL)
Ike Skelton (D-MO)
Gordon H. Smith (R-OR.)
Olympia Snowe (R-ME)
Stephen Solarz (D-NY)
Susan Sontag (writer)
George Soros (Open Society Institute)
Arlen Specter (R-PA)
Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Jr. (New York Times)
William Howard Taft IV (lobbyist)
Ellen Tauscher (D-CA)
David Tell (Weekly Standard)
John Warner (R-VA)
J.C. Watts (R-OK)
Caspar Weinberger (Forbes Magazine)
Elie Wiesel (writer)
Leon Wieseltier (New Republic)
George Will (columnist)
R. James Woolsey (ex-bureaucrat)
So much for the dishonor roll. Onward to the honor roll, a ist of courageous
writers and thinkers who have thrown themselves into the battle to stop the
bombings and stop the war. They deserve our attention, admiration, and
thanks:

HONOR ROLL


Tariq Ali (The Independent)
Andrew Alexander (Daily Mail)
Michael R. Allen (Spintech Magazine)
Patricia Axelrod (MacArthur Foundation laureate)
Andrew J. Bacevich (Boston University)
S. Dale Baker (MSgt., Ret., USAF)
Doug Bandow (Copley Newspapers)
Corelli Barnett (Daily Mail)
Bob Barr (R-GA)
Emmy Barth (antiwar activist)
Klaus Becker (We the People of Nebraska)
Art Bell (Art Bell Radio Show)
Jim Bell (Jim Bell Radio Show)
Tony Benn (British Parliament)
Stephen E. Berg (Northern Illinois University)
David Bergland (Libertarian Party)
John S Bergmann (Vietnam Vet)
Tom Bethell (American Spectator)
Michael Bliss (University of Toronto)
Samuel L. Blumenfeld (Chalcedon Magazine)
Burton S. Blumert (LibertarianStudies.org)
Alan Bock (Orange County Register)
Neal Boortz (Neal Boortz Radio Show)
Mark Brady (peace activist)
Eric Harrison Brand (former Marine sniper)
Phil Brennan (Wednesday on the Web)
David M. Bresnahan (WorldNetDaily.com)
Harold O.J. Brown (Reformed Theological Seminary)
Thad Brown (peace activist)
Harry Browne (Harry Browne Radio Show)
David Brudnoy (David Brudnoy Radio Show)
Gene Burns (Gene Burns Radio Show)
Jason Butler (The Jason Report)
Pat Buchanan (American Cause)
Plato Cacheris (attorney)
Louise Barnett (University of Illinois)
Jim Campbell (conservative activist)
Tom Campbell (R-CA)
Chris Cannon (R-UT)
Howie Carr (Howie Carr Radio Show)
Gerald A. Carroll (columnist)
Ted Galen Carpenter (Cato Institute)
John Catsimatidis (Apple Computer)
Bob Charette (Stars-n-Stripes Wrestling)
Helen Chenoweth (R-ID)
Noam Chomsky (MIT)
Alan Clark (British Parliament)
Ramsey Clark (International Action Center)
Alexander Cockburn (The Nation)
Ada Coddington (conservative activist)
Charles W. Colson (Prison Fellowship Ministries)
Stephen Cox (University of California, San Diego)
Sandra Crosnoe (Associated Conservatives of Texas)
Rev. Mark Dankof (Westminster Theological Seminary)
John Dear (Fellowship of Reconciliation)
John V. Denson (Mises Institute)
Thomas DiLorenzo (Loyola College)
John D'Aloia, Jr. (St. Mary's Star)
Jack DeVault (author, The Waco Whitewash)
John Doggett (John Doggett Radio Show)
Bob Djurdjevic (TruthinMedia.org)
Jim Eason (Jim Eason Radio Show)
Rev. David Eberhard (Historic Trinity Lutheran Church)
John Elliott (Christian Renewal)
George D. Emerson (American Legion)
Lou Epton (Lou Epton Radio Show)
Barry Farber (Barry Farber Radio Show)


Joseph Farah (WorldNetDaily.com)
Don Feder (Boston Herald)
Penny Ferguson (California Republican Assembly)
Doug Fiedor (Heads Up)
Robert Fisk (The Independent)
Thomas Fleming (Chronicles Magazine)
Bishop Joseph A. Fiorenza (Diocese of Houston)
Kerry Fox (News-Minute.com)
Samuel Francis (Foundation Endowment)
Sean Gabb (Free Life Commentaries)
Nicholas Gage (writer)
Richard M. Gamble (Palm Beach Atlantic College)
Eric Garris (Antiwar.com)
David Gold (David Gold Radio Show)
Judd Gregg (R-NH)
William Norman Grigg (New American Magazine)
Paul Gottfried (Elizabethtown College)
Kevin Michael Grace (BC Report)
Bob Grant (Bob Grant Radio Show)
Costa Gravas (film director)
Steven Greenhut (Orange County Register)
Bishop Thomas Gumbleton (Archdiocese of Detroit)
David H. Hackworth (Defending America)
Ken Hamblin (Ken Hamblin Radio Show)
Chuck Harder (For the People)
Robert Hayden (University of Pittsburgh)
Tom Hayden (California Senate)
Lord Healey (British House of Lords)
Nat Hentoff (civil liberties activist)
Edward S. Herman (Temple University)
Robert Higgs (Independent Review)
James Hill (James Hill's Weekly)
Michael Hill (League of the South)
Nicholas von Hoffman (New York Observer)
Ariana Huffington (Center for the Study of Popular Culture)
Sam Husseini (Institute for Public Accuracy)
Jim Inhofe (R-OK)
Christina Jeffrey (Kennesaw State University)
Terence Jeffrey (Human Events)
Simon Jenkins (The Times of London)
Pope John Paul II
Sam Johnson (R-TX)
Sandra Johnson (libertarian activist)
Diana Johnstone (Z Magazine)
Barrett Kalellis (Detroit News)


John Kasich (R-OH)
Kathy Kelly (Voices in the Wilderness)
Martin Kelley (NonViolence.org)
Michael Kelly (National Journal)
Jack Kemp (Empower America)
George Kenney (In These Times)
Alan Keyes (Alan Keyes Radio Show)
Michael T. Klare (Hampshire College)
Christian E. Kopff (University of Colorado)
Michael E. Kreca (Enter Stage Right)
Dennis J. Kucinich (D-OH)
Deborah Lagarde (OmegaZine)
John Laughland (The Times, London)
Christopher Layne (MacArthur Peace Fellow)
Barbara Lee (D-CA)
Robert W. Lee (New American Magazine)
Andrew Lewis (Ayn Rand Institute)
David MacReynolds (War Resisters League)
Eamonn McCann (Belfast Telegraph)
Scott McConnell (New York Press)
Cynthia McKinney (D-GA)
Jack McManus (John Birch Society)
William Marina (Florida Atlantic University)
Bill Masters (Sheriff, San Miguel County, Colorado)
Veran Matic (Radio B-92)
Dan Meredith (Dixie Rising Radio)
Geoff Metcalf (Geoff Metcalf Radio Show)
Laura Mildon (Mad Dog News)
Harold L. "Butch" Miller (American Legion)
Zoran Milutinovic (Wesleyan University)
Paul Miniato (Canadian libertarian activist)
Carol Moore (peace activist)
Jay Moore (Jay's Leftist Internet Resources)
Ray Moore (Reform Party)
Melanie Morgan (Lee Rogers Radio Show)
Nancy Morris (conservative activist)
Mary Mostert (OriginalSources.com)
Mancow Muller (Mancow Muller Radio Show)
John Nehring (writer)
Lars Erik Nelson (New York Daily News)
Rev. Richard John Neuhaus (First Things)
Kara Newell (American Friends Service Committee)
Robby Noel (American Freedom Network)
Gary North (Institute for Christian Economics)
Oliver North (Oliver North Radio Show)
Bob Novak (Chicago Sun Times)
David Orchard (Proggressive Conservative Party, Canada)
Vince Page (columnist)
Camile Paglia (Salon Magazine)
Geov Parrish (EattheState.org)
Matthew Parris (The Spectator of London)
Ron Paul (R-TX)
Svetozar Pejovic (Texas A&M)
Timothy L. Perez (University of Maryland)
William Peterson (Mises Institute)
Howard Phillips (Conservative Caucus)
Harold Pinter (playwright)
Rev. Phil Pockras (Belle Center Reformed Presbyterian Church)
Stephen Presser (Northwestern University)
Craig Preus (Paleo Egroup)
Jim Quinn (Quinn in the Morning Radio Show)
Ralph Raico (Buffalo State College)
Justin Raimondo (peace activist)
Charley Reese (Orlando Sentinel)
Lord Rees-Mogg (British House of Lords)
Pat Robertson (CBN)
David E. Rockett (Agrarian Foundation)
Thomas Roeser (Chicago Sun-Times)
Lee Rodgers (Lee Rogers Radio Show)
A.M. Rosenthal (New York Times)
Jeffrey Rubin (Conservative Book Club)
Brian Rudy (libertarian activist)
Edward Said (Columbia University)
Alex Salmond (Scottish National Party)
Jim Saxton (R-NJ)
Brad Spangler (libertarian activist)
George Szamuely (Top Drawer/NY Press)
Debra J. Saunders (San Francisco Chronicle)
Michael Savage (Michael Savage Radio Show)
Phyllis Schlafly (Eagle Forum)
Helmut Schmidt (former German chancellor)
Benjamin Schwarz (Atlantic Monthly)
Mark Scott (Mark Scott Radio Show)
John Seiler (Orange County Register)
Jay Severin (MS-NBC)
Ariel Sharon (Israeli Knesset)
Joel McNally (Shepherd Express)
Gary M. Shoemaker (LibertyJournal.com)
Barbara Simpson (Barbara Simpson Radio Show)
Nancy Small (Pax Christi U.S.A.)
Bob Smith (R-NH)
Julianne Smith (British American Security Information Council)
Ron Smith (Ron Smith Radio Show)
Sam Smith (Progressive Review)
Tony Snow (Detroit News)
Joe Sobran (The Wanderer)
Norman Solomon (Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting)
Thomas Sowell (Hoover Institution)
Sam Steiger (Sam Steiger Television Show)
Norman Stone (University of Istanbul)
Michael Stoudenmire (peace activist)
Jacob Sullum (Reason Magazine)
Vin Suprynowicz (Las Vegas Review Journal)
Taki (The Spectator)
Elizabeth Taylor (actress)
Clifford Thies (Republican Liberty Caucus)
G. C. Thomas (Marquette University)
Doug Thompson (CapitolHillBlue.com)
Jerome Tuccille (The Mining Co.)
Ted Turner (CNN)
Srdja Trifkovic (Lord Byron Foundation for Balkan Studies)

R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., (American Spectator)
Jon Basil Utley (AgainstBombing.com)
Tom Walls (peace activist)
Jude Wanniski (Polyconomics.com)
Keith Waterhouse (playwright)
Auberon Waugh (Sunday Telegraph)
Paul Weyrich (Free Congress Foundation)
Timothy J. Wheeler (conservative activist)
Chris Whitten (Henry Hazlitt Foundation)
Carl Wiglesworth (Carl Wiglesworth Radio Show)
Rev. J. Steven Wilkins (Auburn Ave. Presbyterian Church)
Walter Williams (George Mason University)
Garry Wills (Johns Hopkins University)
A.N. Wilson (Independent on Sunday)
Douglas Wilson (Credenda)
Jerry Zeifman (columnist)
Vittorio Zucconi (La Repubblica)
Stephen Zunes (University of San Francisco)

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