Join Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Jack Fowler as they talk about Chuck Schumer, de-weaponizing federal agencies, wealth-hating California and turning it conservative, and the truth about segregated campuses and other left policies.

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5 thoughts on “The Locomotive of Truth Coming At Us”

  1. Thanks for another illuminating podcast. An hour listening to your thoughts and wisdom is never time wasted.

    Looking forward to hearing Heather MacDonald next week. I have just finished listening to the audio version of her new book. I would highly recommend it to everyone. It is a powerful book.

    My wife is an art historian and leans left. But she was aghast when I told her about the white docents who had been fired en masse by the Art Institute of Chicago after the George Floyd incident.

    I’m hopeful that the more people learn about the totalitarian nature of the Woke movement, thanks to people such as Heather MacDonald and yourself, the more enlightened they will become.

    “I think we’re all runnin’ thinkin’ we can hide,
    I think we’re runnin’ tryin’ to get away.
    But sooner or later we gonna realize,
    We gonna meet up with the truth face to face”

    Neville Brothers

  2. Richard Borgquist

    Our family had trouble with the Dept. of Agriculture calling temporary ponds as wetlands. One of their staff even called Bermuda grass endangered – most farmers consider Bermuda grass a weed. This was shortly after 1981 in Northern CA.


    Great podcast as always Mr. Hanson. You rightfully mentioned how CA is planning an “exit” tax per se. Please allow me to submit CA has been after real estate transactions for decades. We left that CA (Oakhurst) in ’93. We rented out that home for a year then sold it to a tech guy looking for property to invest in. Anyway, a very well trained real estate attorney buddy gave me a heads up. He shared if you are going to have your net proceeds mailed or transfered to an out of state location, CA can and likely will embargo those funds for sometime between 90 and 180 days. This was done ostensibly so the state could verify the seller(s) did not have any outstanding taxes or child support etc. A lot of people were bailing on CA in those years and some were friends. One family we knew lost out on a home purchase out of state due to their funds being embargoed way past what they were told they would be. Me? I still had relatives in that town and I used one guys local address as the spot to mail the proceeds. Yes, CA has a very long history of hating the producing class, or said otherwise,, the net tax payers vs. the net tax users.

  4. Another great podcast. Love hearing your views. One question, could you define populism. Everything I’ve read just mentions populist in history ( Hitler, Lenin, Castro and Trump) but no real definition a clarification would help

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