Ancient Rome

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Roman Historians and Modern Universities

Join the weekend edition. Victor Davis Hanson with cohost Sami Winc examines some remaining news–Sonoma State ask president to step aside, do universities do enough to dismantle DEI, and keeping intelligence from Israel–and VDH gives his take on historians of the late Roman Empire, Marcellinus and Procopius. Share This

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Early Christian Thinkers and Signs of the Changing Times

Join this weekend episode to hear about Boethius and St. Augustine in the fallen Roman empire. Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Sami Winc also talk about M.I.T.’s ban on diversity statements in hiring, 13 federal judges parry with Columbia, polls turn South for the Left, a criminal conspiracy among trial lawyers and the administration, and …

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Cynicism: the Roman Novel and Modern Politicking

In this weekend episode, Victor Davis Hanson talks about the Roman novel with cohost Sami Winc. They finish up news of the week with a new whistleblower from Boeing, Biden lies and fostering Iran’s power, and Germany the “Sick Man of Europe.” Share This

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Roman Historians and Easter Tradition

In this weekend episode, Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Sami Winc look at a few news stories, talk about historians of the Roman era, and the Christian and pagan traditions of Easter. Share This

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Roman Plays and Illegal Acts

Listen in this weekend as Victor Davis Hanson with cohost Sami Winc discuss the impact illegal immigration has on social services, the Supreme Court blocking the Biden admin effort to keep Texas border open, the hearings on Afghanistan, and the playwrights of ancient Rome. Share This

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Invasion, Migration? Some Thoughts

In this weekend episode, Victor Davis Hanson talks with cohost Sami Winc about the barbarian invasions that helped topple the Roman Empire. This is book ended by thoughts on Don Lemon’s misogyny, Chicago’s mayoral race, our own border and the drag-queen craze. Share This

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Civil War and Civility

In this weekend edition, take a walk through the Roman Civil Wars with Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Sami Winc, a topic bookended by white America dropping out and universities beyond the Stanford model. Share This

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Are We the Byzantines?

Victor Davis Hanson American Greatness When Constantinople finally fell to the Ottomans on Tuesday, May 29, 1453, the Byzantine Empire and its capital had survived for 1,000 years beyond the fall of the Western Empire at Rome. Always outnumbered in a sea of enemies, the Byzantines’ survival had depended on its realist diplomacy of dividing its enemies, …

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Capitol Videos and Punic Wars

For the weekend edition, Victor Davis Hanson talks with cohost Sami Winc on the Mexican border kidnapping, WalMart closing stores due to historic theft in Portland, and Tucker Carlson’s video montage on Jan. 6. VDH continues his series on war with analysis of the Punic Wars. Share This

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