November 2008

Upside Down World

by Victor Davis Hanson It doesn’t compute Everyone knows that by and large the black and Hispanic communities are not in block voting sympathetic to gay marriage much less overt homosexuality. Living at ground zero of the illegal immigration influx, I see such attitudes voiced openly and unashamedly. Share This

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Win One For the Messiah!

Excuse me if I remain unmoved by the misguided religious fervor. by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online Just one punch of the ballot is all it took. Now suddenly almost every one, here and abroad, is supposed to appreciate the newfound morality of the American people, change their own prior wicked ways, and do …

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Make Haste Slowly, President Obama?

by Victor Davis Hanson Tribune Media Services Festina lente. Make haste slowly. That was the motto of the revolutionary minded young Augustus who soon grasped that he needed to build upon Rome’s past, rather than dismantle it. Share This

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The Day After

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media Reconciliation I wish President-elect Obama well, and hope that even his critics can concede that he waged a successful and often brilliant (if not shrewdly stealthy) campaign. Share This

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Be Careful What You Wish For

by Victor Davis Hanson NRO’s The Corner A New Face For weeks we’ve been told that the Iraqis were playing tough and demanding time-lines for American withdrawal, the subtext being that mean George Bush was once again conniving for permanent imperial bases. Share This

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America Compared to What?

by Victor Davis Hanson Tribune Media Services After the September financial meltdown, many abroad, and some at home, immediately — and with undisguised glee — blamed America’s problems on cowboy excess and forecast the end of American global influence. Share This

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A Blank Slate

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media Attention, Little Knowledge Obama himself at various times in his memoirs — never have presidential autobiographies sold so many copies, and yet have been so little read by the press — talked about people seeing in him what they wished. Share This

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The End of Journalism

In 2008, journalism died and advocacy media took its place. by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online There have always been media biases and prejudices. Everyone knew that Walter Cronkite, from his gilded throne at CBS news, helped to alter the course of the Vietnam War, when, in the post-Tet depression, he prematurely declared the …

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