Recently, I've been reading Mullins' compendium work to his Federal Reserve book, The World Order, which cites the newspaper many, many times. While perusing through the pages of the New York Times, I found this article on Irving Kristol, the trotskyite communist who radicalized the Republican Party by introducing the poisonous doctrine of neoconservatism which is nothing new and isn't conservative just as the Federal Reserve isn't federal and has no reserves.
He brought to the Republican Party his rabid dedication to communism with his friend Norman Podhoretz, who both, along with the help of other backstage power-brokers, tranformed the Republican Party into the Trotskyite Wing of the Communist Party.
Ron Paul wrote quite extensively about the neocon agenda in his article Neo-CONNED.
Be aware when reading the article. The NYT and Weekly Standard do try to make Kristol look like an anti-communist anti-socialist. Not true.