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Reckless Reparations Reckoning

The last time racial reparations made the major news was on the eve of September 11, 2001 attacks. The loss of 3,000 Americans, which for a time fueled a new national unity, quickly dispelled the absurdities of the reparation movement, and turned our attention toward more existential issues. Now the idea is back in vogue …

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Victor Davis Hanson Show

Landmines and Legacies

Listen to Victor Davis Hanson talk with cohost Sami Winc about the Biden files and Hunter scams, reparations in San Francisco, two new liberal arts universities, and MLK’s legacy. Share This

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Free Speech and Its Discontents

In this episode, Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Jack Fowler talk about an Academic Freedom Conference at Stanford, classical v. therapeutic education, racism in San Francisco and modern anti-Semitism. Share This

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The Streets of San Francisco

Join Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Sami Winc as they look at San Francisco’s culture and politics: from Nancy Pelosi to Sam Bankman-Fried to Musk’s exit, and rodent infestations, and Berkeley culture. Share This

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The Selfish Californian

Victor Davis Hanson American Greatness We hear plenty of reasons for the perfect storm that imploded California. One-party, progressive government, of course. Decades of unchecked illegal immigration, without doubt. Years of mass flight out of state of the productive middle classes, certainly. But perhaps the most important, but overlooked, reason has been the infusion of …

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Are Sanctuary Cities the New Confederates?

by Victor Davis Hanson // National Review Online There are now 340 sanctuary cities in the United States — and the list is growing. All of them choose to ignore federal immigration law by refusing to report detained undocumented immigrants to federal authorities under most circumstances. Share This

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