This time around, members of the left really believe that “by any means necessary” is no mere slogan.
Victor Davis Hanson is a classicist and historian at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, and the author of “The Second World Wars: How the First Global Conflict Was Fought and Won,” from Basic Books. You can reach him by e-mailing [email protected]. His columns appears Sundays in the Review-Journal.
During America’s first-ever national lockdown, thousands of unelected bureaucrats, as well as federal and state governments, assumed enormous powers not usually accorded to them.
The American people are slowly regaining their senses after the epidemic of mass hysteria that gripped the nation last year.
For the left, Israel’s current strength, confidence and success mean it cannot be seen as a victim, but only as a victimizer.
When an arrogant present dismisses the wisdom of the past, then an all too predictable future becomes terrifying.
Our wokists are similarly defending their thought-control efforts.
Today’s universities and colleges bear little if any resemblance to postwar higher education.
As Americans know from their own illustrious history, any nation’s well-being hinges on only a few factors. Its prosperity, freedom and overall stability depend on its constitutional and political stability. A secure currency and financial order are also essential, as is a strong military.
Biden would do well to remember old American diplomatic adages about speaking softly while carrying a big stick.
Wokeness is not really about fairness for minorities, the oppressed and the poor, past or present.
Americans privately fear these rules while publicly appearing to accept them.
China is in a race to achieve global hegemony. It seeks sympathetic world opinion — at least until it has achieved superior military and economic power.
The U.S. military has turned its wrath inward on Fox News host Tucker Carlson.
Events have radically turned political realities upside down in just six weeks.
Limbaugh was hated by the left because he was deadly effective in fighting them, and he was feared at times by the Republican establishment — because he could also be deadly effective in fighting it.