Stephen J. Sniegoski, Ph.D. is the author of The Transparent Cabal: The Neoconservative Agenda, War in the Middle East, and the National Interest of Israel (2008). (Read Karen Kwiatkowski's review.) He has had articles published in The World & I, Modern Age, Current Concerns, Zeit-Fragen, Telos, The Occidental Quarterly, Arab News, The Last Ditch, and elsewhere on subjects such as communism, political philosophy, World War II, and the American war on Iraq. His focus on the neoconservative involvement in American foreign policy antedates September 11,and his first major work on the subject, "The War on Iraq: Conceived in Israel" was published February 10, 2003, more than a month before the American attack.
Dr. Sniegoski's The Transparent Cabal drew a hostile review from supposedly "liberal" J-Streeter Michelle Goldberg, who predictably (and unsubtly) charged him with "subtle anti-Semitism." (Read Sniegoski's response here.)
Along with the issue of the neocon takeover of US foreign policy after 9/11, Dr. Sniegoski will discuss his article "The Case for Pearl Harbor Revisionism" and take issue with Webster Tarpley's views expressed on this show on Pearl Harbor Day.
Labels: iraq war, israel, neocons, neoconservatism, palestine, Pearl Harbor, stephen sniegoski, transparent cabal, webster tarpley, zionism