The Left Failing Or The People Disenchanted

Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Jack Fowler examine our elites and elite culture, the Left’s options for 2024, Pelosi’s US-China diplomacy, and why we expect little Left defense of Salman Rushdie.

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19 thoughts on “The Left Failing Or The People Disenchanted”

  1. Looks like most of the VDH are videos on his show. I can read four times faster than I can listen. I would like to see more printed materials as well.

    1. Marilyn Erickson

      Agree: I much prefer to read what someone has to say, rather than watch and listen to a video. My ears aren’t that great anymore, plus the speakers on this desktop are a bit muffled.

  2. I know Jack has blocked further questions but has anyone ever studied the people who voted for Trump in 2020 but for someone else (or no one at all) in 2016?

  3. I agree with Mr. Mayer. I don’t have an hour to spare. I like to skim over parts and concentrate on what I choose.

  4. Gareth D. Noren

    Maybe some would prefer reading about it rather than listening to Chic Anderson’s Legendary Call of Secretariat’s Record Run at the 1973 Belmont Stakes for the Triple Crown. Nahh. Cheers, GDN

  5. noreng@yahoo.com

    Maybe some would prefer reading about it rather than listening to Chic Anderson’s Legendary Call of Secretariat’s Record Run at the 1973 Belmont Stakes for the Triple Crown. Nahh. Cheers, GDN

  6. Marge Desiderio

    Prefer the spoken word, vision is such that it is difficult to read long articles, also enjoy the
    bi-play between hosts makes me feel they are in the room with me.

    1. Richard Kuenstler

      I can listen while I do other things. I have a hard time reading while I’m driving or are in the treadmill. Lol

  7. thebaron@enter.net

    I like listening to the podcasts. I listen to the radio, and this is exactly the same thing. I listen while doing other things, or during they day, while I work.
    The only problem I have is that I listen here, through the VDH website, not through Apple or other streaming sources. So comments I make aren’t likely to get noticed; apparently they look at the comments made there, not here.

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