Predictably Misleading

by Victor Davis Hanson // NRO’s The Corner  The one requisite in a presidential speech is honesty. Without it, nothing else matters. The president’s speech last night was incoherent in its call to be ready at some future day to use force that he just recently insisted must be used immediately. Share This

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A Fundamental Absence of Seriousness

by Victor Davis Hanson // NRO’s The Corner   We are told hypocrisies are Obama’s problem: Republicans who are usually pro-war don’t support this war only because of Obama; Democrats who are usually anti-war can’t support this war for Obama without being shown up as sudden pro-war hypocrites. Share This

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Obama Indicts Obama

by Victor Davis Hanson // PJ Media One of the problems that Barack Obama has in mounting an attack against the Assad regime is that the gambit violates every argument Barack Obama used against the Bush administration to establish his own anti-war candidacy. Share This

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Our Contrary President

by Bruce S. Thornton // FrontPage Magazine Remember the “contrary” Sioux warrior from Little Big Man? He did everything backwards––said “hello” for “goodbye,” washed in sand instead of water. Our president is the foreign policy contrary. He has gotten backwards every maxim of proven wisdom for dealing with the rest of the world. Teddy Roosevelt counseled, “Speak …

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Obama’s Watergates

Denial, evasion, “Let me be perfectly clear”–is this 2013 or 1973? by Victor Davis Hanson // National Review Online The truth about Benghazi, the Associated Press/James Rosen monitoring, the IRS corruption, the NSA octopus, and Fast and Furious is still not exactly known. Almost a year after the attacks on our Benghazi facilities, we are only now learning …

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Obama Who?

by Victor Davis Hanson // PJ Media Critics of the president are convinced that Barack Obama will do lasting damage to the U.S. I doubt it. Share This

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Obama’s Bluster Pulpit

The president’s saber-rattling in the Middle East makes America look weak and puts the world in danger by Victor Davis Hanson Defining Ideas At the turn of the century, Teddy Roosevelt famously advised statesmen to “speak softly and carry a big stick.” Share This

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You Don’t Say . . .

by Victor Davis Hanson NRO’s The Corner Barack Obama in his weekly radio address accused opponents of comprehensive immigration reform of rank partisan politics: Share This

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