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Listeners Ask Questions: Part 1

Listen in as Victor Davis Hanson with cohost Jack Fowler address listeners’ questions on universities, airlines, and civil war. Share This

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‘Civil War’ Porn

‘Civil War’ Porn

Victor Davis Hanson American Greatness  As Joe Biden’s polls stagnate and the midterms approach, we are now serially treated to yet another progressive melodrama about the dangers of a supposed impending radical right-wing violent takeover. This time the alleged threat is a Neanderthal desire for a “civil war.” The FBI raid on Donald Trump’s Florida …

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Why Do Migrants Always Flock to the West?

by Victor Davis Hanson // National Review Online There is a tragic monotony to the latest massive human migration, this one involving Syrians fleeing their war-torn country. Whether the migrants are from Mexico, the Islamic world, or elsewhere, it is always the same: Migrants flock to the West. Share This

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Sherman at 150

by Victor Davis Hanson // Ricochet One hundred and fifty years ago this September 2, William Tecumseh Sherman took Atlanta after a brilliant campaign through the woods of northern Georgia. While Grant slogged it out against Lee in northern Virginia all through the late spring and summer of 1864—the names of those battles still send …

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Iran on the Brink

by Bruce S. Thornton Defining Ideas Just in the last few months, events have hastened to a crisis in Iran’s long confrontation with the West. Share This

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The President Who Never Was

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media A Teen-age President in Search of an Adult Identity Barack Obama keeps looking for a presidential identity not his own [1]. In 2008, he wished to be JFK—whom he often referenced as a youthful and charismatic figure supposedly similar to himself. Share This

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The American Way of War

by Victor Davis Hanson Defining Ideas William Shawcross, the British journalist, historian, and human rights advocate — once a fierce critic of the Nixon-Kissinger years, now a defender of the West’s struggle against radical Islam — has written the best book yet on the dilemmas Western governments face in dealing with Islamic terrorists.1 Share This

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