Revolutionary

The president and his elements. by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online The State of the Union address was understated, but it was still quite a revolutionary sort of speech (“free people will set the course of history”). Share This

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“Evil Over Good”

The wages of dead-end logic. by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online We are on the eve of a controversial war in the Middle East. Share This

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Another Wartime SOTU

Some elements for presidential addressing by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online Everyone advises the president to spell out in detail the case for war with Iraq. Share This

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‘Bomb Texas’

The psychological roots of anti-Americanism. by Victor Davis Hanson WSJ Opinion Journal With this past autumn’s discussion in Washington over what to do about Iraq there arrived also the season of protests. Share This

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The Lessons of Wellington

by Victor Davis Hanson New Criterion Perhaps with the exception of Churchill, England has produced no more a remarkable man of action than the Duke of Wellington, who put an end to the Napoleonic Wars at Waterloo–nearly six million dead and twenty-three years after France’s mad genius first declared war against Austria in 1792. Share …

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“I Love Iraq, Bomb Texas”.

by Victor Davis Hanson American Jewish Committee With this autumn’s discussion in Washington over what to do about Iraq there arrived also the season of protests. Share This

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A Funny Sort of Empire

Are Americans really so imperial? by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online It is popular now to talk of the American “empire.” In Europe particularly there are comparisons of Mr. Bush to Caesar — and worse — and invocations all sorts of pretentious poli-sci jargon like “hegemon,” “imperium,” and “subject states,” along with neologisms like …

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Baghgrad?

Removing Saddam from Baghdad. by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online Like Hitler, Saddam Hussein has shown flashes of strategic caginess — in summer 1990 gobbling up Kuwait and threatening Saudi Arabia before perplexed diplomats realized what he was really up to. Share This

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Perils of ‘The German Way’

What do these recent outbursts mean? by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Magazine The problem with the recent German criticism of President Bush was not Chancellor Schroeder’s willingness to voice unease with the purported American “adventure” in Iraq. Share This

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A Funny Morality

North Korea as a metaphor of the times by Victor Davis Hanson The Claremont Institute The disclosures of North Korean duplicity in acquiring nuclear weapons were disturbing for a variety of reasons, involving more than our national security. Share This

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