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HANSON: For left, PC trumps reason on 'settled' science

President Obama entered office promising to restore the sanctity of science. Instead, a fresh war against science, statistics and reason is being waged on behalf of politically correct politics. Published March 5, 2014

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HANSON: An Orwellian nation of Obamathink

The nightmare societies portrayed in the George Orwell novels "Nineteen Eighty-Four" and "Animal Farm" gave us the word "Orwellian." Published February 12, 2014

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HANSON: The cowardice of politically correct anti-Semitism

An obscure academic organization called the American Studies Association not long ago voted to endorse a resolution calling for a boycott of Israeli universities. The self-appointed moralists were purportedly outraged over the Israeli government's treatment of Palestinians. Published January 15, 2014

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HANSON: China's version of the old imperial Japan

In the 1920s, Japan began to translate its growing economic might — after a prior 50-year crash course in Western capitalism and industrialization — into formidable military power. Published January 8, 2014

FILE In this Oct. 1, 1999 file photo a Topol-M intercontinental ballistic missile is launched from the northern Plesetsk cosmodrome in Russia.  A Russian Cabinet member says Moscow has reserved the right to use nuclear weapons in response to a conventional strike. Wednesday's comments by Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin carried by Russian news agencies reflected Moscow's concern with prospective U.S. weapons. (AP Photo/Str)

HANSON: The menace of nuclear gangbangers

The hermit state of North Korea became a nuclear power in 2006-07, despite lots of foreign aid aimed at precluding just such proliferation — help usually not otherwise accorded to such an isolated dictatorship. Published December 11, 2013

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HANSON: History casts doubt on Iran nuclear pact

According to our recently proposed treaty with the Iranian government, Iran keeps much of its nuclear program while agreeing to slow its path to weapons-grade enrichment. The Iranians also get crippling economic sanctions lifted. Published December 4, 2013

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HANSON: America shrugs off its world leader role

The United States has ridden — and tamed — the wild global tiger since the end of World War II. The frantic ride has been dangerous to us, but a boon to humanity. At the same time, America's leadership role has been misrepresented and misunderstood abroad and at home, including by some of our country's own leaders. Accordingly, our current president, Barack Obama, has decided to climb down from the tiger, with the certain consequence that it will run wild again. Published November 13, 2013