Bullying Israel

Interview by Jamie Glazov Frontpage interviews Victor Davis Hanson, a classicist and historian at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution, on why the Jewish state is the only country with which the U.S. has worse relations since Obama took office. Share This

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At the Eye of the Storm in Baghdad

An interview with Col. Rick Gibbs. by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online On a recent visit to Iraq, I was advised to speak with an American colonel at ground zero in the effort to secure Baghdad. Share This

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War and the Fallacies of Our Critics

Interview by Bernard Chapin Bernard Chapin is a writer and school psychologist living in Chicago. His latest book concerns the implosion of a school he worked at and loved: Escape from Gangsta Island: A School’s Progressive Decline. Share This

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War on Campus?

Interview with Victor Davis Hanson John Leo, Editor of, hosts Victor Davis Hanson to discuss his most recent article from the summer issue of City Journal, “Why Study War?”. Hanson is the Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution and a City Journal Contributing Editor. Share This

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‘Something Is Terribly, Terribly Wrong’

On the “seeming insanity” of U.S. immigration and assimilation practices Interview by Marvin Olasky World Magazine Marvin Olasky interviewed Victor Davis Hanson for World Magazine. WORLD’S INTRODUCTION: If you can only read one book on the immigration issue, read Mexifornia (Encounter Books, 2003), which author Victor Davis Hanson accurately describes as “part melancholy remembrance of a world gone by, …

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Victor Davis Hanson “Live” with TAE

Hanson comments on topics from the Iraqi war to decline of the West The American Enterprise Professor Hanson was interviewed for TAE by Los Angeles journalist David Isaac. Share This

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