Victor Davis Hanson knows history like a high school girl knows texting: intimately. In his second appearance on The R.J. Moeller Show—Professor Hanson talks about the important election issues in 2012, the perpetually rising tensions with Iran, and the need young people should feel to read classic works of literature, philosophy and history. For those of you who don’t know Victor Davis Hanson or his work, he is a military historian, professor of classics and the Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution. Hanson is the author of dozens of books, the most recent of which is The Father of Us All: War and History, Ancient and Modern. You can find his weekly syndicated columns at National Review Online, and follow the good professor on Twitter at @VDHanson. After bidding adieu to VDH, R.J. chats with journalist Michael LeGault, author of the recently-released book, The Next American Revolution. LeGault is a former Washington Times columnist and currently is an editor with The Financial Post. He is an award-winning writer based out of Ann Arbor, Mich., and you can find all things LeGault-related at his personal website, michaellegault.com. R.J. and Michael discuss his journey to becoming a professional writer and then run through some of the key arguments he makes in his new book. Stream this entertaining episode below, or come find us on iTunes where you can subscribe for free!