The Classicist: Let Us Have Done With You

Victor Davis Hanson // Art19 and Just the News

Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Jack Fowler discuss Newsom’s recall, Larry Elder’s odds, the cultural revolution and the elite, and “Ten Easy Ways to Unwind a Nation.” There is a short tribute to Donald Kagan who recently passed away at the end.

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14 thoughts on “The Classicist: Let Us Have Done With You”

  1. How do I get this thing to play? I’m a member and I can’t figure it out. Nothing shows up for me to hit play.

  2. I have subscribed but cannot access The Classicist most recent title- Let Us Have Done With You. Please can anyone help me. I need to hear or Read VDH.
    He is my guiding light.

  3. Charles Carroll

    I can’t bring up any of these podcasts on my computer. I see the title – “Classicist: Let’s have done with you” and the description:
    Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Jack Fowler discuss Newsom’s recall, Larry Elder’s odds, the cultural revolution and the elite, and “Ten Easy Ways to Unwind a Nation.” There is a short tribute to Donald Kagan who recently passed away at the end.
    but that is it. No right arrow or other tool to access or start the podcast.

  4. Does anyone look at the web site? Podcast feed totally broken. Have to be a pay pal user to subscribe. This article includes everything but a link to the podcast. VDH deserves better.

  5. Macdonald Peebles

    Hi…there is no link to the audio. Thank you for all that you and your team do for the US and freedom loving people everywhere!

  6. Your new website is too confusing. Since you moved here it is difficult to find the collector classicist or the traditionalist I follow the links and yet there is nothing there.

  7. For an IT guy. As an “Angry Reader” would say in the vein of Joe Biden — “Where the hell’s the video?” Just kidding! Neither my desktop nor phone presents the video and I am dying for it, thanks.

  8. This will go down as one of the best of VDH in my book. I will spread this far & wide. It is one of the best tools I have found to easy people into the realization that we are in the middle of a revolution. I am shocked at the number of people that are blithely ignorant of what is happening in our country. Some of this is willfull ignorance & some is preoccupation with their daily lives. I fear we must fully engage with our young to give them beliefs & passion, which they so strongly crave, or lose to those that would destroy us.

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