Punish Our Enemies

A Divisive Attorney General

by Victor Davis Hanson // NRO’s The Corner  Attorney General Eric Holder must be suffering from a sort of amnesia. He is upset at supposed divisiveness and rudeness directed at him when testifying before Congress, and suggests not too subtly that he and President Obama have been accorded inordinately harsh treatment (fill in the blanks why). …

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Following the Trail Nixon Blazed

Obama shows the same Orwellian disregard for the Constitution. by Victor Davis Hanson // National Review Online  What would a president do if he were furious over criticism, or felt that his noble aims justified most means of attaining them? Answer that by comparing the behavior of Richard Nixon to that of an increasingly similar Barack …

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Nemesis, After All

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media A Plodding Goddess Like a broken record, for the last five years I have invoked the Greek concept of Nemesis, or divine retribution for unchecked hubris, to explain what was in store for the Obama administration. Share This

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If Only Our Foreign Enemies Were Republicans

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media I cannot recall, in the last five years, Barack Obama ever identifying the Iranians, Hezbollah, or the late Hugo Chavez as among our “enemies,” in the fashion that he once urged Latino leaders to punish conservatives at the polls: Share This

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What’s Off the Table in 2012?

by Victor Davis Hanson Tribune Media Services What should we not expect during next summer’s presidential campaign, given what was put off limits in 2008 and later? Share This

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Spare Us the Sermons, Mr. President

by Victor Davis Hanson Tribune Media Services During the recent debt crisis, President Obama talked about the need for bipartisan compromise and, as in the past, urged civility. Share This

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Amnesty Revisited

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online I was disappointed by the president’s tone more than the specifics of his proposals. Once again, he proves true to character: politicizing the issue, citing straw men, and then accusing those with whom he disagrees of political demagoguery. Share This

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