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Author Archives: Victor Davis Hanson / Syndicated Columnist

Where was Democrats’ defense of past actions?

The Duke of Wellington said of his close-run victory over Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo that the French “came on in the same old way, and we sent them back in the same old way.”

New October threats were self-created

In October of 1962, America worried whether an untried young president, John F. Kennedy, could keep us safe from nuclear-tipped missiles from nearby communist Cuba.

Racial bumper stickers a divisive ploy

Once upon a time, the liberal position was to reject the old discriminatory branding of people by the color of their skins rather than by the content of their characters.

Our contributions don’t stop at 75

Normally, no one would care that in a recent Atlantic essay – “Why I hope to die at 75″ – 57-year-old Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel argued that living to be 75 years old was long enough for anyone.

Ferguson reaction sadly familiar

Violence following the recent fatal shooting of an unarmed robbery suspect in Ferguson, Mo., has tra …

Taking easy paths led to bad roads

The Obama administration often denies any responsibility for the current global chaos or claims that it erupted spontaneously.

Border crisis exposes hypocrites

No one knows just how many tens of thousands of Central American nationals – most of them desperate, unescorted children and teens – are streaming across America’s southern border.

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