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The Super Bowl Farmers

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media Chrysler’s Super Bowl Ram Truck commercial praising the American farmer was an unexpected big hit and is still being replayed around the country on talk radio. Rich Lowry[1] and Peggy Noonan[2] both contrasted the authenticity of that commercial fantasy with the falsity of the real event. Share This

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Are You ‘Them!’?

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media Until the appearance of Barack Obama on the national scene, I knew of “them” only from an old sci-fi movie in which huge ants (“Them!”) ate people. Share This

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So Why Read Anymore?

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media Is Reading Good Books Over? There is great “truth and beauty” in Homer’s Iliad [1], but I would not try to make his sale on such platitudes. Share This

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Obama’s Imaginarium

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media The presidency of Barack Obama is full of funny things that need not follow any sort of logic. Share This

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Occupy What?

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media Playing With Fire Occupy Wall Street follows three years of sloppy presidential name-calling — “millionaires and billionaires,” slurs about Las Vegas and the Super Bowl, profit-mad, limb-lopping doctors, introspection that now is not the time for profits [1] and at some point we should cease making money, spread the wealth, punish …

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Obama’s Target List

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online What with exhaustion, overexposure, and the temptation to comment on just about anything in the news, presidential candidates and presidents alike naturally often slip up. Share This

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Obama’s Blame Game

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online We are told there are lots of reasons why borrowing $5 trillion in less than three years and federalizing healthcare have not yet restored prosperity. Share This

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Signs of the Times

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media Trimalchio’s Bowl Sometime during the reign of the emperor Nero, the novelist and imperial confidant Petronius wrote a novel about life among the Roman nouveau richein the Bay of Naples. Share This

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