Artificial Intelligence and Human Error
In this episode, Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Jack Fowler talk about artificial intelligence, Don Lemon’s remarks about Nikki Haley not being “in her prime”, lying James Clapper still lying, and how the American Graffiti generation was bad but not shoot, kill, smash-and-grab. Share This
If You Really Wanted to Destroy the United States, Then . . .
Victor Davis Hanson American Greatness First, you would surrender our prior energy independence. Reduce new gas and oil leases on federal lands to the lowest levels of any president in history. Cut back production at precisely the time the world is emerging from a two-year lockdown with pent-up consumer demand. Make war on coal and …
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Why Is the World Becoming Such a Nasty Place?
by Victor Davis Hanson // PJMedia Border Disorders Central American parents send their unescorted children northward in hopes of remittances and eventual anchor amnesty for themselves. Our friend Mexico facilitates the exodus through its own sovereign territory (hoping that no one stops along the transit, and happy that the border is further shredded). Central American …
Saudi Police Arrest Flying, Naked, African ‘Sorceress’
One Nation, Under God?
The New Reactionaries
by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online Starting in the 1930s and continuing after the war, the Democrats offered a liberal critique of, or perhaps enhancement to, the Republican vision of rugged individualism. A modern American state now had the capital and the moral ambition to smooth the rougher edges of capitalism by insisting on …
Before the Culture Fades
by Bruce S. Thornton City Journal A review of The Fortunes of Permanence: Culture and Anarchy in an Age of Amnesia by Roger Kimball (St. Augustine’s Press, 2012) Roger Kimball has long been one of America’s most learned commentators on intellectual history, contemporary politics, fine art, and architecture. Share This
Our Not So Best and Not So Brightest
Romney and the Palestinian Culture of Destruction
by Bruce Thornton Frontpage Magazine Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is under attack for speaking an important truth about the Arab-Israeli conflict. At a fundraiser in Jerusalem on Monday, Romney made the obvious, even banal, point about the economic disparity between nations. Share This