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The Civic Cost of Illegal Immigration

The Civic Cost of Illegal Immigration

By Victor Davis Hanson, March 28, 2017 In the abstract, open-borders advocates argue that in a globalized culture, borders are becoming reactionary and artificial constructs. They should not interrupt more natural ebbs and flows of migrant populations. More concretely, an array of vested interests sees advantage in dismantling the border: employers in hospitality, construction, food […]

Law Takes a Holiday

Law Takes a Holiday

By Victor Davis Hanson//March 24, 2017    And anarchy follows.   In the 1934 romantic movie Death Takes a Holiday, Death assumes human form for three days, and the world turns chaotic.   The same thing happens when the law goes on a vacation. Rules are unenforced or politicized. Citizens quickly lose faith in the […]

Is the American Elite Really Elite?

Is the American Elite Really Elite?

. by Victor Davis Hanson/ March 8, 2017   The public no longer believes that privilege and influence should be predicated on titles, brands, and buzz. Establishment furor over the six-week-old Trump administration is growing. Outraged New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman recently compared Trump’s victory to disasters in American history that killed and wounded thousands such […]

‘False Documents’

‘False Documents’

 By Victor Davis Hanson//American Greatness     The Wall Street Journal wrote an unfortunate and misleading op-ed today on the new protocols on illegal immigration issued by the Department of Homeland Security — epitomized by the Journal’s weird sentence, “Mr. Kelly’s order is so sweeping that it could capture law-abiding immigrants whose only crime is […]

Failing Grades

Failing Grades

By Michael Greer I knew our universities had become laboratories of leftist thought, but as it turns out things are much worse. I still believed the students were getting an education: even while they were being indoctrinated. But apparently, except perhaps, for hard sciences, that isn’t the case anymore. Did you know that most universities […]