The Philosophies of Illegal Immigration

by Victor Davis Hanson

PJ Media

Dinosaur Thinking

Even to talk of illegal immigration earns slurs. Continue reading “The Philosophies of Illegal Immigration”

Historian and Contemporary Critic: Interview with VDH

by Randy Brich

Nuclear Street

Raw, uncut and uncensored Nuclear Street proudly presents Victor Davis Hanson, a historian who’s not only an expert on the past, but the present as well. Continue reading “Historian and Contemporary Critic: Interview with VDH”

On Teachers and Others

by Victor Davis Hanson

National Review Online

So far the angry teachers of Wisconsin have not yet won over the public. They have not convinced the majority that, in an age of staggering budget deficits, they — or, indeed, public employees in general — must as a veritable birthright enjoy salary, benefits, and pensions on average far more generous than those of their private-sector counterparts, who make up the majority of taxpayers. Continue reading “On Teachers and Others”

Bubbles, Bubbles Everywhere

by Victor Davis Hanson

Tribune Media Services

The 2008 financial crash originated with a housing bubble. Not long ago, the cheap-money policies of the Federal Reserve, the infusion of trillions of dollars in new foreign investment, and the misguided policies of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae all conspired to extend to millions of Americans lots of easy credit for houses whose inflated prices they could hardly afford. Continue reading “Bubbles, Bubbles Everywhere”

The Loud Passing of the Old Order

by Victor Davis Hanson

Tribune Media Services

American reality has been turned upside down in just 20 years. Continue reading “The Loud Passing of the Old Order”

Slouching Toward Geezerhood

by Bruce S. Thornton

This year the oldest Baby Boomer cohort turns 65, the first of 79 million people who promise to be the whiniest and most annoying crop of geezers in history. Not all of them, of course. Continue reading “Slouching Toward Geezerhood”