Author Archives: Patrick J. Buchanan

Ted Cruz and the Trump Takeover

The new GOP is not going to be party of open borders, free-trade globalism, or reflexive interventionism.

Is the Party Over for Bushism?

Even if Trump loses, there is no going back.

Stop Pretending the Court Is Impartial

Did anyone doubt that Justice Ginsburg was a committed progressive?

Cops, Blacks, and Hillary Clinton

The violence today is nothing like 1968—but still spells trouble for the Democratic nominee.

Is Hillary Morally Fit to Be President?

FBI Director James Comey left the question up to voters.

Why Trump Challenges Free Trade

The Donald is willing to question policies that privilege shareholders and consumers over average workers.

After Brexit, Nationalism and Trump Rising

An anti-establishment, populist wave is surging across Europe and the U.S.

Has Trump Found the Formula?

Foreign-policy blunders and personal corruption make Clinton vulnerable.

Our Impulsive Foreign Policy Establishment

Do Americans want to start a new war with Syria and Russia?

What ISIS Wants

With very few resources, terrorists continue to harm the West—and change the course of history.

Omar Mateen and the Clash of Civilizations

Is the West’s experiment in assimilating Muslim immigrants a failure?

Do We Fight China?

If China begins to reclaim and militarize Scarborough Shoal, says Philippines President …

Why Trump Must Not Apologize

He is cheered because he defies the commands of political correctness.

Trump Sins Against the Liberal Catechism

Must we pretend that judges are above politics?

Clinton Rejects ‘America First’

If Hillary means to engage on foreign policy, this is not a battle Trump should avoid.

Will There Always Be England?

Britons have a chance to reassume control of their national destiny—and their borders.

The Death of Working-Class America

Middle-aged whites are suffering an AIDS-level plight, but remain invisible to elites.

Why Fight China for Scarborough Shoal?

If we must take a stand against the People’s Republic, a trade war is preferable to military conflict.

Free Trade vs. the Republican Party

The Party of Lincoln historically stood for tariffs and economic nationalism.

Romney’s Third-Party Delusion

An independent conservative candidate would split the Republican vote, handing the presidency to Hillary.

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