Category Archives: America’s Future

Do Hillary’s Fair-Pay Talking Points Apply to Her Own Family?

by Victor Davis Hanson // National Review Online

Moral Schizophrenics

On campus, on the campaign trail.

by Victor Davis Hanson // National Review Online

The Modern University Is Failing Students in Every Respect

From cost to employment prospects, the state of American higher education is dismal for students.

by Victor Davis Hanson // National Review Online

Hillary or Bust!

She’s weighed down with negatives, but do the Democrats have a choice?

by Victor Davis Hanson // National Review Online

How Many Straws on Hillary’s Back?

She is the star of the Democratic party — and for Democrats that’s a big problem.

by Victor Davis Hanson // National Review Online

Finding the Great Republican Hope

The GOP can’t win in 2016 by thinking inside the box.

by Victor Davis Hanson // National Review Online

Class, Race, And Illegal Immigration

Photo via Hoover.org

Photo via Hoover.org

by Victor Davis Hanson // Peregrine

The driving forces behind three decades of de facto non-enforcement of federal immigration law were largely the interests of elites across the political spectrum.

Employers in agriculture, construction, the hospitality industry, landscaping, and food processing wanted access to cheap, industrious foreign national laborers. So do the well-off households of the American Southwest, whose current aristocratic reliance on immigrant nannies, housekeepers, gardeners, and handymen rivals something out of Downton Abbey. Such facts were why Cesar Chavez and the United Farm Workers were known once to have patrolled the border to keep out illegal aliens and thus not depress wages of American workers and thereby ruin their own efforts at unionization. Large employers like open borders; entry-level and poor American workers obviously do not.

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The Party of Snobbish Elites

A gentrified cocoon of progressive privilege has cost Democrats the middle class.

by Victor Davis Hanson // National Review Online

The Timid Generation

Try to imagine Franklin Roosevelt or Ronald Reagan caving in to North Korea.

by Victor Davis Hanson // National Review Online

When the Law Is a Drag

by Victor Davis Hanson // PJ Media

Photo via PJMedia

Photo via PJMedia

In the Ferguson disaster [1], the law was the greatest casualty. Civilization cannot long work if youths strong-arm shop owners and take what they want. Or walk down the middle of highways high on illicit drugs. Or attack police officers and seek to grab their weapons. Or fail to obey an officer’s command to halt. Or deliberately give false testimonies to authorities. Or riot, burn, and loot. Or, in the more abstract sense, simply ignore the legal findings of a grand jury; or, in critical legal theory fashion, seek to dismiss the authority of the law because it is not deemed useful to some preconceived theory of social justice. Do that and society crumbles.

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