Author Archives: Patrick J. Buchanan

Ryancare: Winning by Losing?

While the Republicans have sustained a defeat, this is not the end of the world.

An Obama Plot Against Trump?

Devin Nunes just set the cat down among the pigeons.

Will Russiagate Backfire?

The hacking scandal may hurt the left the most.

Is McCain Hijacking Trump’s Foreign Policy?

America needs a new grand strategy, not one still mired in obsolete alliances.

Is Turkey Lost to the West?

Only time—and the outcome of upcoming European elections—will tell.

Is a Korean Missile Crisis Ahead?

Pyongyang has tested new presidents before.

The Beltway Conspiracy to Break Trump

Intelligence leaks within the U.S. are a more serious concern than Russian hacking.

It’s Trump’s Party Now

Tuesday’s speech established the president as the man in charge.

Is Russia an Enemy?

John McCain and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov present very different views of the question.

A New Federalism

Trump’s solution to the “bathroom debate” may point the way to a truce in the culture wars.

Is a Trump-Putin Detente Dead?

A second Cold War may not end so happily.

The Deep State Targets Trump

Like a good soldier, Michael Flynn took the bullet.

Is the Left Playing With Fire?

Democrats would do well to recall what happened the last time they rode the tiger of social revolution.

Trump vs. the Judiciary

The long history of presidents standing up to judges

Moral Supremacy and Mr. Putin

Trump was wise not to insult the Russian leader.

The Coming Clash With Iran

Do Trump and Flynn want another war in the Middle East?

The Travel Ban Firestorm

The establishment agenda—open borders, free trade, and globalization—will not go quietly.

What a Wall Says to the World

We will once again defend our borders.

Trump’s Jacksonian Moment

His inaugural address was a searing indictment of the ruling class.

New President, New World

Treaties and alliances dating from the Cold War are ceasing to be relevant and cannot long be sustained.

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