Author Archives: Patrick J. Buchanan
For the American president, there is a bigger stake than just the southern border.
Whatever one may think of his diplomacy, Trump has, for now, lifted the specter of nuclear war from the Korean peninsula.
Why is Trump so exasperated? Because the G-7 summit shows how entrenched his opposition still is.
The New York chief stands accused of building “a barrier to Asian-Americans—especially our children.”
John Boehner is right — it’s Trump’s party now.
Roseanne’s firing raises the question—as does our seemingly constant preoccupation with race.
Maybe our ‘mission’ should be protecting the home front and staying out of useless wars of choice.
So far, a lot of bellicosity from Washington but little return for the bluster.
Francis once again seems to condone homosexuality, and the West further jettisons the civilization that made it great.
If he adopts a Bolton policy of “all or nothing,” he is likely to get nothing at all.
They’re on a winning streak. But how long will the world countenance the slaughter of Palestinians?
And with the Iran deal scrapped, they’re already marching us off to war.
The Israelis, Saudis and Beltway War Party want to kill the deal because they want a clash with Tehran. Don’t let them.
He should ignore whatever subpoenas come his way and give no quarter to those trying to destroy his presidency.
The annual fete is not only suffering from Beltway bubble syndrome but it’s no longer a class act.
His world of open borders and free trade is receding into history.
At a crossroads with North Korea and Iran, we face a question: how much longer can we remain this overextended?
The refugee crisis has only accelerated tensions between the multi-nationals and those who want to preserve their nation’s identity.
Elites who didn’t vote for him are now pushing him into a war he doesn’t want to fight.
The next two months will determine the fate of his presidency and the future of the Middle East.← Older posts
from The American Conservative