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Victor Davis Hanson Show

Equal Justice Now and Then

After some thoughts on the Vineyard and war in Ukraine, Victor Davis Hanson response to cohost Sami Winc’s inquiry into the history of justice and current unequal justice and anarchy. Share This

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History and the Bible

In the first of many pre-recorded podcasts while Victor is away in Israel, co-host Jack Fowler reads off listener questions on religion and farming. Victor also gives details of his itinerary while he travels in Israel. Share This

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An Interview with Classicist and Military Historian Barry Strauss

Victor Davis Hanson and Barry Strauss discuss his recent book, The War That Made the Roman Empire, and his friendship and experiences with Victor as classicists and military historians. Don’t miss them on the Roman Empire, reshaping the West, and his fascinating thesis. Share This

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The Turning Tide

Victor Davis Hanson talks with cohost Sami Winc about the state and study of history, Putin’s nuclear poker, the border failure, Ron DeSantis’ many fights, and Judge Mizelle’s mask mandate overturn. Share This

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D-Day at 70 

Remembering the most brilliantly conducted invasion in military history by Victor Davis Hanson // National Review Online General Eisenhower speaks with paratroopers prior to the invasion. (Photo via Library of Congress) Seventy years ago this June 6, the Americans, British, and Canadians stormed the beaches of Normandy in the largest amphibious invasion of Europe since …

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Israel’s Worst Enemy: Lies and Myths

by Bruce S. Thornton // FrontPage Magazine  The Washington Post reports that some members of Secretary of State John Kerry’s senior staff think it’s time to say “enough” of Kerry’s futile and delusional attempts to broker peace between the Israelis and Arabs and implement the “two- state solution.” That’s a revelation one would think the chief diplomat of …

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Why Aren’t We No. 1?

by Victor Davis Hanson // PJ Media  There is a pastime among liberal pundits — the latest is Nicholas Kristof — to quote a new center left global ranking (with unbiased titles such as “The Social Progress Imperative”) and then to decry that the United States is behind its major industrial competitors in things like “Internet Access” and …

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Obama’s Enlightened Foolery

He views Putin, the 21st century, and himself as in a fun-house mirror. by Victor Davis Hanson // National Review Online  President Obama talks about Vladimir Putin as if he were a Pennsylvania “clinger” who operates on outdated principles, who is driven by fear, and whom unfortunately the post-Enlightenment mind of even Barack Obama cannot always …

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Why ‘Moderate Islam’ is an Oxymoron

by Raymond Ibrahim // CBN News  At a time when terrorism committed in the name of Islam is rampant, we are continuously being assured—especially by three major institutions that play a dominant role in forming the Western mindset, namely, mainstream media, academia, and government—that the sort of Islam embraced by “radicals,” “jihadis,” and so forth, has …

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Western Arrogance and Decline

by Bruce S. Thornton // FrontPage Magazine  For three centuries the West built up enormous economic, cultural, and military capital that dwarfs and dominates that of the rest of the world. Other countries may hate and resent Europe and the United States, but they still have to imitate, adapt, or steal the technology, financial systems, and …

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