Victor Davis Hanson Show

Young and Latino Voters: Democrats Worry

Victor Davis Hanson talks with cohost Sami Winc about the youth vote, affirmative action before the Supreme Court, Latino vote in Florida, and resistance to woke companies.

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3 thoughts on “Young and Latino Voters: Democrats Worry”

  1. Mark Whiteley Cares

    Insightful as always. I remember in 2012 when Democrat strategists starting talking about not needing the white working class. I was dumbfounded that not only would they actually believe it but say it out loud.

  2. Dr. Hanson,
    You are right about the college / university admissions situation and the Honors Program too. I taught in the Honors Program at Fresno City College for 17 years and I was the Chair of the Honors faculty advisor committee for over 12 years. What we did back then was the Honors Program director and Honors faculty picked from the Honors applicant pool. We based it on merit (GPA, SAT, etc.) and ignored most other criteria. The administration didn’t bother us, though I suspect these days they might.
    I enjoy your show.
    Best regards,
    Dr. Clay Rooks

  3. Thank you for talking about the classic films of American and British cinema. They just don’t make them like they used to anymore.

    From Here to Eternity has always been one of my favorites, probably because of the great cast and storyline.

    I got married recently on 21st August. My wife and I spent our honeymoon on the island of Kauai, which, if you have not been there, is simply paradise. For laughs we tried to recreate that famous romantic beach scene between Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr.

    My step grandfather was an officer in the Royal Artillery and served in Burma during World War Two. He said it was “the forgotten campaign.” He liked the Bridge on the River Kwai. The opening scene when David Niven informs Col. Situ that using POWs as slave labor was contrary to the Geneva Convention and, ergo, just not bloody cricket showed Niven’s naivety of the Bushi warrior code. William Holden finally tells Niven that Situ is deadly serious when he orders a machine gun to be readied: “Believe me, he means it!” Niven courageously stands up for his men and then endures the hell of solitary confinement.

    Can’t imagine Joe Biden ever earning that sort of respect, especially as he’s begging the Saudis to pump more oil.

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