From Several Not So Angry Readers:
Dear Professor Hanson,
For years I eagerly awaited your various posts and television interviews. Your gift of clarity and conciseness is rare. I admire your writing.
I was and remain disappointed in you as regards lack of outrage over the stolen election of 2020. Most of what we are suffering as a country and across the globe are a direct consequence of that well-coordinated and successful crime. You are far too intelligent not to be fully aware. For the sake of our country and culture, please stop pretending and put your gift to work righting the wrong before it’s too late.
Dear Paul Donahue,
Thank you for your sincere criticism.
However, I think you may have mischaracterized my position on the 2020 election. I too was worried about interference in the conduct of the balloting, but not about claims, for example, of Sidney Powell or Lin Wood or others about alleged Dominion computers mis-tabulating voting results or actual Election Day malfeasance of a magnitude to alter the Electoral College results.
Instead, on numerous occasions I have pointed readers and listeners to a revealing and triumphalist essay in Time Magazine by Molly Ball. She in detail boasts how the Left created a “conspiracy” and “cabal” (her words not mine) to warp the 2020 election in a multidimensional effort of suppressing news accounts deemed “misinformation,” modulating the street protests, organizing corporate America, and changing some key state voting laws under the guise of Covid, etc.
In other words, the election was problematic even before Election Day due to multifaceted forces that conspired to transform balloting in many states from a traditional 60-70 percent in-person, Election-Day vote to a 2020 60-70 percent non-Election Day ballot—while early and mail-in-balloting traditional rejection rates plummeted.
The result was far less scrutiny of suspect non-Election Day balloting at precisely the time when they were cast in record numbers—and all to the detriment of conservative candidates.
Dear Mr Hanson
Thank you for all you do! I love and appreciate your podcasts, articles and books!
Can I ask you a quick question?
When the protesters say ‘Free Palestine’ I have no idea what they mean. I’d understand if it said, ‘Free Palestine from Hamas’!
What do they want to ‘Free Palestine’ from?
All the best,
Dear Norm Levy,
The pro-Hamas useful idiots who shout “Free Palestine” take the slogan to mean the destruction of Israel and its replacement by a “free” Palestine encompassing what is now the West Bank, Israel, and Gaza.
They assume that all three of these states would be combined into one Palestinian “nation”—albeit with exemption given to the current 21 percent Arab population of Israel that would not be wiped out or “forced” to leave in the manner accorded Jews.
The original Hamas charter makes its agenda for the destruction both of Jews and of the state of Israel more or less clear.
All the best,
Thank you for being the light of sanity in this crazy world. I’ve been a big fan for some time but recently found your Podcast via Megyn Kelly.
In this current culture of the loonies running the asylum, you’ve been such a valuable countermeasure to their insanity.
Our family consists of three boys (17,14,and 10) who we try to instill our values. I can say that even they see the wrongs of the left’s ideology. I truly believe there is still hope because of kids like mine.
Keep up the great work.
Dear Stuart Joy,
I share your belief in the redemptive value of the next generation who are eager for an education and values antithetical to those of the current Left and on campus.
Americans, during the Biden catastrophe, and especially after October 7, finally have seen the other face of the one-eyed jack Left. And the moral bankruptcy they glimpse explains to them the current erosion—rampant crime, homelessness, open borders, energy stagnation, high inflation and interest rates—of the United States and what needs to be done to save it.
Let us hope that traditionalists and conservatives can unite and at last stop the madness.