Green Energy

The Obama Doctrine

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online The Obama Doctrine is simple: Proclaim a utopian policy, and then pray that most of the people who hear it are Neanderthals who will ignore it. Having said one thing, doing quite another is not only thereby okay, but also absolutely essential. Keep that paradox in mind, and …

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A Man-Made Energy Crisis

by Victor Davis Hanson Tribune Media Services Gas is well over $4 a gallon in most places in California — and soaring elsewhere as well. But are such high energy prices good or bad? Share This

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President Hamlet

by Victor Davis Hanson Tribune Media Services More than 400 years ago, William Shakespeare wrote a riveting tragedy about a young, charismatic Danish prince who vowed to do the right thing in avenging his murdered father. That soon proved easier said than done. As a result, Hamlet couldn’t quite ever act in time — given …

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The New Sophists

by Victor Davis Hanson Tribune Media Services In classical Athens, public life became dominated by clever and smart-sounding sophists. These mellifluous “really wise guys” made money and gained influence by their rhetorical boasts to “prove” the most amazing “thinkery” that belied common sense. Share This

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Raging Against “Them”

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media It’s All Greek to Us In very un-Icelandic fashion, last week protestors in Athens tried to blow up a downtown courthouse. Share This

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