Crises: From Ukraine to the University

The Ukraine crisis tests NATO, Wokism devastates culture, and universities are destroying a generation: all this and more with Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Jack Fowler.

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9 thoughts on “Crises: From Ukraine to the University”

  1. Your banter sessions at the end of the show are starting to grow on me.
    You were talking about the relative utility of drywall hangers compared to *-studies majors (historical footnote – back in the day we called such majors “underwater basket weaving”) and as I thought about it, being useful in a world short of useful people might be more of a liability than we think.

    Imagine being a doctor in a country effectively run by competing criminal gangs. Presumably the local don knows about you and might even provide protection, probably as a favor out of self-interest.

    Now, because you are an asset to that particular nogoodnik, you are a target to the others. Maybe you’re lucky and you can remain neutral and provide care to anyone, but is that something you can count upon?

  2. The Chairman.of the Joint Chiefs deserves to be thrown in prison for his imbecile statements on “:white rage”, his treasonous acts are despicable.

    1. Jerry Jay Carroll

      He is a political general who rose under Obama. Brown-nosing is a form of career advancement in the Army. He has a chest-full of medals compared to the single one General Eisenhower wore.

    2. Wallace Arters

      Mark Milley’s absurd virtue signaling let us all know that he is ready to lay down his life for America,but not his career.Likewise enterprising young officers are discovering testosterone suppressing drugs and a change in pronouns as a fast track to promotion.God save our country!

  3. For the time will come when people will not tolerate sound doctrine but, following their own desires and insatiable curiosity, will accumulate teachers and will stop listening to the truth and will be diverted to myths.

  4. Here in New Haven, Connecticut, tteachers are being arrested trying to break up fights between violent out of control students (K-8). The attack on education continues down to the lowest levels of school

  5. Thanks. Do you have an opinion regarding the new University of Austin? I’m hopeful for my grandchildren. My first degree, BA, was conferred by the University of Texas at Austin, ’63. We were called, “Tea-sippers,” by our rival Texas A&M at College Station, who we called dirt farmers. A&M is a better choice for today. I’m encouraged by the publicity for the new Univ. of Austin. Do you have any thoughts

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