A Writer’s Process and NATO’s Origins

In this episode, Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Jack Fowler entertain listeners’ questions on VDH’s writing practices and mentors, words of wisdom. Then he examines the origins and changes to NATO.

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3 thoughts on “A Writer's Process and NATO's Origins”

  1. your daily schedule sounds exhausting, I have several bible verses that dictate my schedule; one is Proverbs 23, ..”Be wise enough not to wear yourself out trying to get rich (successful). Your money can be gone in a flash, as if it had grown wings and flown away like an eagle…”

  2. Your avoidance of the word “I” reminds me of the practice that was prescribed by none other than ALEISTER CROWLEY as an exercise in vigilance. Each time the neophyte inadvertently used the word “I”, he slashed himself with a razor. Crowley’s comment was: “His fidelity is good; his vigilance bad. Not nearly good enough to pass.” In to eyes of people like Dennis Prager & myself, you, sir, are indeed the Master Thereon of History & Wisdom.

    1. Uictor’s Will to Power is strong, but his polemical turn, voluminous output, and solid, conventional morality make a better candidate for the A.E. Waite of History and Wisdom. Prager can be Charles Williams.


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