September 2010

Rethinking George Bush?

by Victor Davis Hanson Tribune Media Services Former President George W. Bush left office with the lowest approval ratings since Richard Nixon. In reaction, for nearly two years President Barack Obama won easy applause by prefacing almost every speech on his economic policies with a “Bush did it” put-down. Share This

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Enough Already with Reverend Jones

by Victor Davis Hanson NRO’s The Corner Everyone is trying to outdo one another in righteous condemnation of the Reverend Terry Jones and his micro-flock, to assure the world that 50 people out of 300 million does not a majority make. Share This

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Obama’s Washington Animal Farm

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online Since the moment he announced his presidential candidacy, Barack Obama has waged a tireless, now four-year-long spread-the-wealth campaign against the more affluent. Share This

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When Socialism Creeps In…

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media America against the World in Ways We Never Imagined Survey the world’s statist systems of every stripe, from soft to hard. One sees either failure and misery or stasis and lethargy. Share This

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October Suprises

by Victor Davis Hanson Tribune Media Services The Democrats will probably suffer historic losses in both the House and Senate in less than 60 days. The 11th-hour campaigning of the now-unpopular Barack Obama on behalf of endangered congressional candidates will not change much. In fact, most embattled Democratic candidates don’t want the president to even …

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‘Like a Dog’: The Origins of Barack Obama’s Petulance

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media I Would Be Miffed Too If I Were Obama Obama in just twenty months has developed a reputation for being petulant, unusually sensitive to the normal run-of-the-mill criticism. His latest pushback was his strangest so far: “And they’re not always happy with me. They talk about me like a …

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