Iran, Abortion and Trumping the Deep State

Listen to Victor Davis Hanson with cohost Jack Fowler as they discuss the billions made available to Iran by Biden administration, SBF to be sentenced and his progressive prototype, Kamala the abortion tsar, the FBI’s war on citizens, can an elected Trump break the deep state, college athletics and culture, and protecting women athletes.

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9 thoughts on “Iran, Abortion and Trumping the Deep State”


    Your comments about the Bankman-Frieds, Zuckerberg, and the other “altruists” reminded of G. K. Chesterton’s comment on the self-interested and “moral busybodies”.

    “It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron’s cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience.”

    Of course, I don’t think Sam Bankman-Fried was so much altruistic as he was looking for an excuse for being a robber baron.

  2. I’m an issues voter Conservative Catholic Composer Educator. Let’s not message improperly untruthfully, it’s in reality 1. I no longer use the N word, whole different story. Nor should I say the A word. It’s actually Murder In Mama
    2. It’s not what they deceitfully message, please join me in only referring to them, get real it’s PREMEDITATED PARENTHOOD

  3. Jack. Your comment Bizarre about Harris, was indeed quite hilarious. The best humor lies in truth. (pun intended)

  4. Dear vdh
    You are so spot on. On many of your podcasts you talk of rural white young men and women denied higher education due to dei policies and how this adversely affects them. However, I would like to add that the country as a whole also suffers by not developing these minds to benefit society as a whole. Love listening to you.

    For you, Jack. I’m a migrant from Riverdale, Bronx, NY living now in the free state of Florida.

  5. When I was in my early twenties I got my girlfriend pregnant. I agreed to have the child with her, but she chose to abort it. At the time I fully supported her decision as it was the soft option for me, and, frankly, I was just plain ignorant of basic human biology. We both thought that a fetus was just “a clump of cells” and were sympathetic to the idea of a woman’s right to choose. Abortion to us was nothing more than a casual procedure morally equivalent to a tooth extraction. We also reasoned that as abortion was legal it must be, ergo, free of any moral hazard. Living in a liberal city, attending a liberal college, and having liberal families and friends meant we were surrounded by the pro choice point of view.

    I have since come to deeply regret my cowardly decision because (a) the science is irrefutable: A fetus has its own DNA and is clearly a unique human being. And (b) we are all children of God.

  6. Speaking of Iran I came across this very strange, very eye opening find on YouTube from 2 top UC Davis professors made 7 years ago titled “Ancient Bloodlines, Contemporary Power”. They documentevidence on the now rapidly advancing world control plans of certain organized groups created from ancient Persian bloodlines. They name names. Fascinating and horrid.

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