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Foreign Thoughts

by Victor Davis Hanson

NRO’s The Corner

Editor’s Note: These passages are drawn from recent articles on The Corner.

Mexifornia, Quite Literally!

“I love this country, it has given me everything that I have, and I’m proud to be part of it,” said Victor Sanchez, a 37-year-old Monrovia resident wearing a Mexico jersey. “But yet, I didn’t have a choice to come here, I was born in Mexico, and that is where my heart will always be.” Read more →

Alligators, Moats and Other Such Nonsense

by Victor Davis Hanson

Tribune Media Services

President Obama gave what was billed as an important speech on immigration last week near the border in El Paso, Texas. Unfortunately, it was one of the most demagogic moments in recent presidential history. Read more →

Amnesty Revisited

by Victor Davis Hanson

National Review Online

I was disappointed by the president’s tone more than the specifics of his proposals. Once again, he proves true to character: politicizing the issue, citing straw men, and then accusing those with whom he disagrees of political demagoguery. Read more →

The Destiny of Cities

by Victor Davis Hanson

City Journal (Autumn 2010)

As the world steadily grows more urbanized, with 50 percent of its population no longer rural, it is more important than ever to ask how cities either perish or manage to survive. Read more →

What to Expect From Mexico in 2011

by Victor Davis Hanson

Ricochet.com

We will see more of the same in 2011 in Mexico. The drug cartel killing spree raises a number of less discussed considerations. Read more →

The Manhattan Project of Illegal Immigration

by Victor Davis Hanson

National Review Online

Why do millions of Mexican nationals see America as racist, exploitative — and worth everything to get to and stay in? Read more →

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