May 2004

American Cannibalism

We are doing to ourselves what the enemy could not. by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online Have we any memory of a man in a suit and tie, nearly three years ago wading through the din and panic amid the morning rubble, assuring millions of stunned Americans that the national headquarters of their armed …

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The Wars For The West

by Victor Davis Hanson Private Papers Can we stop for a moment, take a deep breath, and remember the hysteria of the last three years—and then learn something from it? Share This

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Our Weird War of War

Our enemies know us only too well. by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online The wars since September 11 have once more revealed the superiority of Western arms. Afghanistan may be 7,000 miles away, cold, high, and full of clans, warlords, and assorted folk who have historically enjoyed killing foreign interlopers for blood sport, but …

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Abu Ghraib

by Victor Davis Hanson Wall Street Journal Pictures of American military police humiliating and, in some cases, allegedly torturing Iraqi prisoners in Saddam’s old Abu Ghraib prison near Baghdad now flash across the world. Share This

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