Author, historian, and political commentator Victor Davis Hanson takes to the National Review airwaves for discussions of national politics, history, and more. He is joined by NR's vice president Jack Fowler for this weekly podcast.
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Amazon disappears Ryan Anderson’s important 2018 book, 'When Harry Met Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment,' amigo Rush Limbaugh remembered, Joe Biden’s into-war stumbling, and the race card played quickly against Senate foes of a nasty lefty nominee.
Four Shakedowns and Several Grifts Ago . . .
Victor takes on the Lincoln Project’s muddied moralists, Andrew Cuomo’s gubernatorial lethality, Big Tech’s Trump-hate, the reemerged Parler and its fight to survive, the lies about Officer Brian Sicknick’s death, and their role in the Trump impeachment follies.
Animal Farm 2021
On this episode, Victor discusses his friend Thomas Sowell; the campaign to recall California governor Gavin Newson; the second Trump impeachment and its long-term consequences; and his essay on the Left’s agenda to help friends, punish enemies, and keep and expand power.
The Russia Card
Victor discusses the new issue of Strategika and its theme of U.S.-Russian relations, progressive illiberalism, and the first days of the Biden administration.
Time to Forget
Victor discusses the Left’s call for reprogramming, attacks on the the 1776 Commission report, the Biden administration’s executive order kyboshing girls’ sports, and recall-targeted governor Gavin Newsom’s newfound desire to loosen lockdowns.
Victor discusses President Biden’s first day, President Trump’s final ones, the Trump administration’s 1776 Commission’s just-released important report, calls to ban Fox and Newsmax from cable systems, stabbing Hector’s corpse, GOP wishful thinking, and much more.