Is the Sleeping Conservative Dragon Finally Waking Up?

Victor Davis Hanson American Greatness Conservatives and traditionalists are often exasperated at the ongoing woke cultural revolution in their midst. How can America be turned upside down, as it is, when there is little public support for the things happening around us? They don’t see much backing for the current wide-open borders and unchecked illegal …

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Young and Latino Voters: Democrats Worry

 Victor Davis Hanson talks with cohost Sami Winc about the youth vote, affirmative action before the Supreme Court, Latino vote in Florida, and resistance to woke companies. Share This

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Ideology Trumps Character in South Carolina

by Victor Davis Hanson NRO’s The Corner Liberals are probably astounded that voters in South Carolina would prefer a candidate who misled and lied to them to conduct an affair over another whose personal life was, in comparison, spotless. Share This

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Krugman’s California Dreaming

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online It is rare, even in the case of Paul Krugman, to read a column in which almost everything that is stated is either wrong or deliberately misleading. But his recent take on California’s renaissance is pure fantasy. Share This

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Iraq a Convenient Scapegoat

by Victor Davis Hanson Tribune Media Services Bring up Iraq — and expect to end up in an argument. Conservatives are no different from liberals in rehashing the unpopular war, which has become a sort of whipping boy for all our subsequent problems. Share This

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Messengers, Messages, and Voters: Part 2

by Bruce Thornton FrontPage   At their retreat in Williamsburg a few weeks ago House Republicans continued the post-mortem of November’s debacle. A big topic was how to better market the Republican brand. A Domino’s Pizza executive gave “a well-received talk about selling a damaged brand to a modern audience,” asNational Review Online reported. Share This

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Conservative Populism

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online The conservative failure in 2012 was not an inability to appeal to hyphenated groups on the basis of ethnic, gender, and age identification. Instead, there was a general cluelessness about how to reach the middle and working classes of all races and ethnicities by explaining how conservative principles …

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