Iraq War

The Factory of Selective Moral Outrage

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online Democrats in Congress recently went all-out to try to pass the Dream Act, an amnesty for illegal-alien students willing to enroll — and stay — in college. Most of those who opposed it were derided as heartless at best, racist at worse. Share This

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The First-Person Presidency

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online Here are a few excerpts from President Obama’s speech on Sunday night about the killing of Osama bin Laden. Share This

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Bin Laden Fallout

by Victor Davis Hanson NRO’s The Corner I think there will be repercussions from the hit, and most of them will turn out to be good in terms of the War on Terror. Share This

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Libya Is Not Iraq

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online The Left is terribly embarrassed about the US intervention in Libya. We have preemptively attacked an Arab Muslim nation that posed little threat to the national-security interests of the United States. Share This

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President Obama’s Most Amazing Libyan Achievments

by Victor Davis Hanson Tribune Media Services By bombing Libya, President Obama has accomplished some things once thought absolutely impossible in America: Share This

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Caliphate, Jihad, Sharia: Now What?

by Raymond Ibrahim Hudson New York You can sit here and talk about jihad from here to doomsday, what will it do? Suppose you prove beyond any shadow of doubt that Islam is constitutionally violent, where do you go from there? Share This

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Obama’s 1979

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online Obama’s deer-in-the-headlights, finger-to-the-wind, “I can’t believe this is happening to me” initial reaction to the Mubarak implosion has eerie precedents. Share This

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Goodbye to All That: 2004-2007

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media Days of Rage In times to come, the period between the failed campaign of John Kerry and the Democratic control of the Congress, coupled with the beginning of the successful surge, should be known as “The Insane Years.” Share This

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Cario Ironies: Same Cast of American Characters, Different Play

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online The United States’ public position on Egypt is “flexible.” That in and of itself is not surprising, given the ambiguities surrounding the Cairo uprising. Share This

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