PJ Media columnist Victor Davis Hanson is best known for his writing on politics and history, as well as his work at Stanford’s Hoover Institution. But Hanson also operates a family farm in central California originally built by his great-great grandparents.
He recently took PJTV’s Roger L. Simon for a rare tour of his home to show how the country has changed since the heyday of his family farm. The “On the Farm” interview covers a variety of issues from today’s Orwellian identity politics to the looming collapse of the European Union. The full interview will be released on Monday, December 5th, but only for PJTV members.
Here is an excerpt from the wide ranging interview. In this clip Victor and Roger discuss the problems of immigration, multiculturalism and amnesty:
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