Author Archives: Patrick J. Buchanan
Hawks and media ascribe to our enemies in the Islamic State powers they do not remotely possess.
The president appeals to “universal values” that are fading before his very eyes.
Any country that wishes to help destroy the Islamic state should be welcomed as an ally.
GOP statesmen like Nixon, Reagan, and Bush I minimized conflict instead of spreading it.
The depopulated continent could lose its civilization to mass migration and open borders.
“Trumbo” tries to make the Hollywood Ten martyrs, but they were traitors who blacklisted themselves.
Without workers to support the retirement of baby boomers, austerity and economic stagnation await.
The U.S. would be wise to avoid armed conflict—not provoke the Asian power we created through free trade.
Francis has caused confusion among the faithful and opened the door to schism.
Since the end of the Cold War, the country has remained divided over how to engage with the world.
The GOP establishment is running out of time to knock the insurgent front-runner out.
As Washington extends American commitments overseas, Trump and Sanders rise in dissent.
If he becomes Speaker, the former young gun will go the same way as Eric Cantor and Kevin McCarthy.
From ISIS to Oregon, a sick society rewards the gruesomely violent with immortality in this world.
Hawks rush to challenge Russia to an unconstitutional conflict over the skies of Damascus
Putin asserts that nations have a right to be themselves.
Pope Francis and President Obama preach globalism, while Chinese, Russians, and Europeans put their own interests first.
“Political religion” is dangerous in all its forms—from atheist to Islamist.
America and the Catholic church both risk buckling under the pressures of liberal modernity.← Older posts
from The American Conservative