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Victor Davis Hanson Show

Veteran’s Day and the Yom Kippur War

In this weekend episode, Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Sami Winc pay tribute to our veterans, discuss recent incidents in the Middle East, and VDH talks on the Yom Kippur War. Share This

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A Therapeutic Middle East Versus A Tragic One

Victor Davis Hanson American Greatness Classical diplomacy warns leaders to be neither obsequious and appeasing abroad, nor gratuitously boastful and hard-headed. The usual advice is don’t-tread-on-me resoluteness, or what Teddy Roosevelt characterized as “speak softly and carry a big stick.” The alternatives – whether “speak loudly and carry a twig,” “speak softly and carry a …

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The War in Gaza Brings Out Anti-Semitism

In this episode Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Jack Fowler discuss Biden’s recent speech, China’s battleships in the Persian Gulf, anti-Semitism from universities to the federal government, immigrant sympathies for a romanticized motherland, and donating to our post-modern universities. Share This

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Hamas and Amoral Clarity

Victor Davis Hanson American Greatness One unexpected blowback from the medieval Hamas’s barbaric murdering of hundreds of Israeli civilians is the revelation of current global amorality. More than 20 Harvard university identity politics groups pledged their support to the Hamas murderers—to the utter silence for days of Harvard President Claudine Gay. Americans knew higher education …

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What About It, VDH?

In this weekend episode, Victor Davis Hanson takes on questions from his readers: he explains his optimism in US, takes a look at China today, assesses the decline of the ancient Athenian empire, gives a short on the Suez Crisis of 1955-56, and analyzes the long view of progressive control in US politics. Share This

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The New, New Antisemitism

The old antisemitism was more a right-wing than a left-wing phenomenon—perhaps best personified by the now-withered Ku Klux Klan. A new antisemitism followed from the campus leftism of the 1960s. It arose from and was masked by a general hatred of Israel, following the Jewish state’s incredible victory in the 1967 Six-Day War. That lopsided …

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