Conservatism, Education, and Small Towns

In this episode, Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Jack Fowler discuss the many conservative movements in the US, American athletes protesting the US, Stanford University‘s recent resignations, education does not need to decline, Hoover Institution’s direction, and Jason Aldean‘s song and perseverance.

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8 thoughts on “Conservatism, Education, and Small Towns”

  1. Slothfulness casts into a deep sleep,
    and an idle person will suffer hunger.
    Proverbs 19:15

    Do you see a man skillful in his work?
    He will stand before kings;
    he will not stand before obscure men.
    Proverbs 22:29

  2. Jack unfortunately exemplifies the failure of professional conservatism over the last two decades. Statements and papers, replete with the obligatory social functions and inter-group networking and mingling. For what? I made the mistake of supporting Dubya years ago, and got Iraq, Afghanistan, the Patriot Act, and Obama for my folly. The failure of Jack and his ilk to achieve some kind of relationship with the real right wing base is the reason for many of our failures. I did find it humorous, however, that Victor took a giant intellectual dump on the little proclamation Jack had signed, while seemingly not acknowledging Jack’s participation. Uplifting Gold, indeed.

  3. F**** rich ingrates! Beautifully depicted by Victor.
    Two beautiful words I learnt from Victor — grifter & ingrate.
    These folks need to go to church so the pastors can sermonize the hell outa them!

    I learnt the word, projection, from Tucker today. Finally understood!

    You Stole my 10 Oreo cookies (the truth)
    No, I only stole 3. (a child’s lie)
    You stole 10 Oreo cookies! (a leftist’s lie. mirror of the truth AKA projection)

  4. Uhhh … I thought this document was worthy of Victor’s assessment (needed it in fact), and I very much think it is worthy of critique and pointed criticism. WW, there’s a lot to be critical of Yours Truly, but to imply that I was promoting this statement is idiotic. Only a chooch would claim I would sign it, or that I had involvement — its not a bad thing, but has holes and has certain (I think) motivations that are political. It lacks God, which is nuts, and does not verbalize that conservatism and our principles have a determined enemy — the aggrandized Marxist state. What podcast were you listening to you? By the way, I have no ilk.

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