From the Debate Cauldron into the SCOTUS Fire

In this episode, Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Jack Fowler discuss the cauldron of the debate, recent SCOTUS opinions, the unsustainable lies of the Biden admin, “doctor” Jill, and unelected bureaucrats creating law.

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10 thoughts on “From the Debate Cauldron into the SCOTUS Fire”

  1. Richard Borgquist

    If you need a subject idea, you might consider historical leaders/rulers who have made really bad decisions and/or ones who became senile and what happened to their kingdoms.

  2. Great Episode.. Everything attempt to destroy Trump has blown up in their faces.
    Fauci is Evil distilled..
    .. Incredible memories also… 💔
    My Mom is 93 and I’m her caretaker.. 😌

  3. Thank you for continuing to present your thoughts on such important topics. Every single topic concurs with my thought process and your eloquent ability to articulate is envious.

  4. VDH is such a national treasure. I have all of his books and while I consider myself well read, I always have to look up words in the dictionary. A brilliant man with sense and love for his country.

  5. Just listened to the discussion about the debate and the Lies of the Left. However, I’m curious that I have seen no connection between what appeared to be a lie and what, in truth was probably a symptom of Mr. Biden’s cognitive decline – and that was his statement (perhaps not perfectly quoted here) …”he (i.e., Trump) left us an economy that was in freefall…””

    This was not a lie to me, even though it was untrue about Mr Biden’s current term. It could have been debatably true, if, in Mr Biden’s cognitive declined state – he was referencing his political rhetoric around the election of 2008 or 2012 with Obama, when he was stumping for VP. My father exhibited many of the same symptoms and appearances before he died…(2021)


    When I think of Jill Biden, I think of a different classical reference, Victor. She’s like Livia in “I, Claudius”, scheming to keep Tiberius in power, no matter the cost. She doesn’t cooperate with the other power cliques in the Party, except as far as it supports her machinations to keep Biden in power.

  7. On Chevron= the SCOTUS had a hugely important case wherein the EPA was challenged on its interpretation that CO2 was a pollutant. The Court deferred to the Gov’t and made it the law to our terrible detriment.

  8. Always enjoy your discussions. How is it not more likely that Jill and Hunter influence Joe to stay in the race to protect his family from the forthcoming legal troubles and the legal troubles still yet to be from what easily appears as bribery, tax evasion, etc. It seems more like a risk verses gain advantage having seen the DOJ collusion to allow the statute of limitations to expire to hidden deals and to non enforcement let alone the seemingly obvious expectation for Hunter to be pardoned. I look forward to your thoughts and thank you for your work.

  9. Stephen A DeLaunay

    I think we already need a 2nd amended revised edition of The Case for Trump to include the debate and its aftermath.

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