Video: Victor Hanson on California’s white minority and why it doesn’t matter

Video: Victor Hanson on California’s white minority and why it doesn’t matter

Feb. 5, 2013

By Brian Calle

This is another segment in my recent interview with scholar and prolific author Victor Davis Hanson. He talks about legislation, pensions, schools, whites as a minority and immigration.

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  1. Dyspeptic
    Dyspeptic 5 February, 2013, 18:04

    “Victor Hanson on California’s white minority and why it doesn’t matter”

    Hanson is confused. He’s the one that doesn’t matter. How’s that you say? Well, this video has been posted all day and it gets it’s first comment at 6pm. On a related note, Brian Calle doesn’t matter and neither does the litter box liner of a newspaper he incompetently edits (The increasingly awful O.C. Register).

    The laundry list of reforms that Hanson outlines will never happen here. The people who run this state don’t give a rats behind what some NeoCon classics scholar at the Hoover Institute thinks about anything. And in the case of Hanson, their right for once.

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  2. The Modified Ted Steele Methodologies (tm)
    The Modified Ted Steele Methodologies (tm) 5 February, 2013, 18:40

    Victor Hanson is dreamy.

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  3. Donkey
    Donkey 5 February, 2013, 20:33

    Vic, sounded as if he had just finished smoking a bowl of weed! Who in the heck in California is going to do any of the proposels Vic just put forth, that’s right, no one!!!! Let this socialistic mess of a state fall flat and rebuild in its wake. 🙂

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  4. The Modified Ted Steele Methodologies (tm)
    The Modified Ted Steele Methodologies (tm) 5 February, 2013, 21:26

    Well said little Duncey!

    We’re doomed I tell you!

    Doomed!!!

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  5. Rex the Wonder Dog!
    Rex the Wonder Dog! 6 February, 2013, 15:57

    Well said little Duncey!

    We’re doomed I tell you!

    Doomed!!!
    ========
    San Bernardino, Calif., files for bankruptcy with over $1 billion in debts

    BAM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  6. Ted Steele, The Decider
    Ted Steele, The Decider 6 February, 2013, 16:43

    LOL San Berdoo
    Old news

    There will be a few more bk’s
    Calpers remains
    255 BILLION STRONG little buddies!

    “Bam” lol the sky is faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalllllling!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  7. Rex the Wonder Dog!
    Rex the Wonder Dog! 6 February, 2013, 23:43

    Calpers remains
    255 BILLION STRONG little buddies!
    ==
    $500 BILLION deficit WEAK is more like it fool.

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  8. Ted Steele, The Decider
    Ted Steele, The Decider 7 February, 2013, 13:28

    LOL– Poor Poodle! LOL—- we are doomed!!!!

    But at 11 b out each year and 10.5 b in that 255 billion’s going to last for a loooooooong tike little buddy!!!!!

    0 for 14 ™! — He’s om a loser’s roll!!!!

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  9. Rex the Wonder Dog!
    Rex the Wonder Dog! 7 February, 2013, 17:38

    500 BILLIONNNNN!! deficit, nuff said 🙂

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  10. Ted Steele, The Decider
    Ted Steele, The Decider 7 February, 2013, 18:24

    LOL

    Let’s see

    at the current and projected burn rate– Calpers will run out of money in 100 years!!!

    Hey Poodle– remember a few years back you predicted Calpers bk for 2014? LOL

    0 for 14 ™!

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  11. C.J.
    C.J. 8 February, 2013, 13:51

    What surprises me is the glee with which our government-media complex reports on the demise of European Americans.
    We’ll soon find out what the “progressives” have planned for America.

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