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Victor Davis Hanson Show

Cheering Trump, Bouncing Planes, and Practicing Modern Medicine

In this episode, Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Jack Fowler talk about Trump’s hearty welcome by NY construction workers, the F-word in the media, a Lufthansa bounce as sign of the times, gas prices, the medical industry’s paradox of DEI decline meets AI potential, and deterrence is more than money to Ukraine. Share This

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Anti-Israel Protesters Seize College Campuses

Join the Friday news roundup with Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Sami Winc analyze the pro-Palestinian protesters, Ukraine aid and House speaker Mike Johnson, the Trump trials, attacks on teachers, and Kim Jong-un thinks Korea can’t unify. Share This

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From Congress to the Campus and the Spoils of US Aid

Listen in as Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Jack Fowler talk about Ukraine aid vs. border security, the lack of consequences for the Chinese-Biden payments, Columbia University crazies, eyes wide-open in black communities, and Zelensky taking US aid as spoils of war. Share This

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The Left’s Methods Bespeak Timidity and Mediocrity

Join Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Jack Fowler to examine Blinken’s rhetoric against Israel, Ukraine’s “Spring Offensive” 2023 in retrospect, immigrants flown to Florida and Texas, the myth of rural white rage, and asking Justice Sotomayor to retire. Share This

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Americans Differ on Ukraine and Gaza

Victor Davis Hanson American Greatness When Russia invaded Ukraine, Americans overwhelmingly supported Ukraine—as they did with Israel after October 7. No wonder: Ukraine was surprise attacked by Russia, and Israel was by Hamas. It seemed an easy binary of good versus evil: both the attacked Ukraine and Israel are pro-Western. Both their attackers, anti-Western Russia …

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The Ukrainian Verdun

Victor Davis Hanson American Greatness Ukraine has ossified into something like the modern version of the horrific Battle of Verdun, fought 108 years ago on the 1916 Western Front of World War I. That meat grinder cost France and Germany some 700,000 dead and wounded. The nightmare ended ten months later, after the heroic French …

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Depositions, Elections, and Military Questions

Join Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Sami Winc in the Friday news round up: Hunter’s deposition, Michigan elections, predicting the 2024 election, Smirnov’s arrest, Eric Adam’s reservation about sanctuary city status, Kirby says no troops on Ukrainian ground, and Prime Minister Netanyahu interviewed. Share This

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