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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Victor Davis Hanson
Victor Davis Hanson's "The cruel cynicism of Mexican emigration" (Commentary, July 22) puzzlingly argues that Mexicans do not come to America for economic causes. Citing lower unemployment and higher growth rates, Mr. Hanson paints a false picture of the Mexican economy.
The other day another pundit came to my side. I have been watching this steady trickle of sages joining the cause ever since the spring of 2012 when I pronounced, at book-length, complete with footnotes, "The Death of Liberalism."
Victor Davis Hanson has concluded that the strategic landscape of the post-Cold War world looks less like the 19th and 20th centuries than the age of classical warfare, when actors that resembled today's nation-states regularly dealt with non-state actors ranging from giant tribal alliances to small-scale insurgencies.
Victor Davis Hanson wrote a wonderful Op-Ed pillorying a number of this administration's Cabinet secretaries, calling into question the competence of Timothy F. Geithner, Kenneth L. Salazar, Steven Chu, Eric H. Holder Jr. and Hilda L. Solis ("Cabinet gone wild," May 3).
Victor Davis Hanson wrote in National Review that the campaign is trying to convince independent white voters that voting for Mitt Romney will mean "becoming socially unacceptable; it will be tantamount to embracing a Neanderthal sort of mindset that opposes Obama not on his disastrous economic policies but simply because of his race."