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Victor Davis Hanson Show

We Need a Blueprint for the Future

Join Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Jack Fowler as they talk about Mike Pence and the January-6th Committee, Jack Del Rio, Biden’s personal battles, and LGBTQ policies. Share This

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The Fatherless, Drag Queens, and Vaccines

VDH and cohost Jack Fowler explain the policies and ideas behind the curtain of Left leadership: the fatherless, drag queens, vaccines, California’s drought, and failed district attorneys. The exception is Myra Flores of Texas who is now showing that citizens’ eyes are starting to open on the Left’s policies. Share This

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Everything and Nothing or the Progressive Mind

Listen to Victor Davis Hanson talk about current events with cohost Jack Fowler: pride month and the military, AOC’s new victim status, the border, California’s water, and Trumpology. Share This

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New York Times Biased Coverage on Muslim Persectution

by Raymond Ibrahim // RaymondIbrahim.com  The New York Times has finally found a victim of Islamic aggression in Nigeria worth reporting on: homosexuals.   In a big spread complete with pictures appearing last week, the NYT’s Adam Nossiter wrote “Wielding Whip and a Hard New Law, Nigeria Tries to ‘Sanitize’ Itself of Gays.” Share This

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An Ironic Press Conference

by Victor Davis Hanson NRO’s The Corner The president did not really answer questions as much as lecture the nation at his press conference Tuesday about how everyone and everything are politicized except his own policies — as the same old themes and tropes always seem to reappear. Share This

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Postmodern Prudes

by Victor Davis Hanson Tribune Media Services More than 500 people were murdered in Chicago last year. Share This

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Confessions of a Counter-Revolutionary

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media “Counter-revolutionary” is an apt term for these days: President Obama has promised to make a fundamental transformation, a veritable revolution in American society and culture. Share This

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What Romney Needs to Do

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online About half the country disapproves of the job the president is doing. Most Americans think he has not handled the economy well. Yet a majority also believe that the tough times are still George W. Bush’s legacy, and, further, that Mitt Romney would not necessarily do any better …

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Supreme Court Hypocrisies

by Victor Davis Hanson Tribune Media Services Until last week, Chief Justice John Roberts was vilified as the leader of a conservative judicial cabal poised to destroy the Obama presidency by overturning the federal takeover of healthcare. But with his unexpected affirmation, Roberts suddenly was lauded as the new Earl Warren — an “evolving” conservative …

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Obama’s ‘They’-Did-It Campaign

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online The next five months should be interesting — given that Barack Obama is now experiencing something entirely unique in his heretofore stellar career: widespread criticism of his performance and increasing weariness with his boilerplate and his teleprompted eloquence. Share This

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