Susan Rice

Lies Subvert Demovracy

Obama and his team have subverted the government they pledged to serve. by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online Truth is the lifeblood of democracy. Without honesty, the foundations of consensual government crumble. Share This

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The President Won–Sort Of

The administration spent the last six months of the campaign in cover-up mode. by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online On September 11, 2012, Barack Obama was 1 point ahead of Mitt Romney in the ABC and Washington Post polls. Share This

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Obama’s Second-Term Embarrassments

“Hope and change” is looking like the 1973 Nixon White House. by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online In Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign, he ran to the left of Hillary Clinton as a moral reformer. Share This

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There Is No There There?

by Victor Davis Hanson NRO’s The Corner Senator Harry Reid may be right that we should wait for the full sordid details before demanding resignations from an increasingly politicized and now apparently confessional IRS (yet the proof of the pudding is that groups such as Media Matters, Think Progress,, and Organizing for America don’t seem to be …

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Race Matters, Actually

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online Lots of public officials and Washington, DC, insiders do not want UN Ambassador Susan Rice to be nominated as secretary of state. Most of these critics think she irrevocably lost credibility by going on five Sunday-morning television shows on September 16 to deny any connection between radical Islamic …

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Sophocles in Benghazi

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media What separated the great Athenian tragedian Sophocles from dozens of his contemporaries — now mere names attached to fragments and quotations — were his unmatched characters, an Ajax, Antigone, or Oedipus whose proverbially fatal flaws ultimately led to their own self-destruction. Share This

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A Bright and Shining Libyan Lie

by Victor Davis Hanson Tribune Media Services Almost everything we have been told about Libya over the last two years is untrue. Share This

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The Stakes in Tonight’s Foreign Policy Debate

by Bruce Thornton FrontPage Magazine Foreign policy, the topic of tonight’s debate, was suddenly thrust into the voters’ consciousness by the murder of 4 Americans, including our ambassador, in Benghazi on the anniversary of 9/11. Intensifying the fallout of this event has been the Obama administration’s incoherent, clumsy, duplicitous, and rapidly unraveling attempt to blame …

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The Ever-Stranger Case of a Murdered US Ambassador

by Victor Davis Hanson NRO’s The Corner In the past — in Sudan, Afghanistan, Lebanon, etc. — the murder of an American ambassador sparked immediate debates over security lapses, but in the Libyan case the media seems to be doing its best not to investigate the circumstances around the murders. Share This

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