Author Archives: Patrick J. Buchanan
Today even dictators have to deliver—and Marxism-Leninism never will.
Socially conservative nationalist strong men take the reins of power as the world turns away from liberal values.
Even when conservatives win at the ballot box, liberalism obtains victories by other means.
The House passes an anti-Russian resolution steeped in falsehoods and superpower hypocrisy.
The reflexive rush to judgment after a tragic killing obscures the true facts of the case.
Moral paralysis seizes the politicians charged with keeping order.
The racial divide in some parts of America is as great as ever, and we may be slipping backwards.
The same warmongers crowing over Hagel’s departure are the ones who broke the world’s order.
The president leaps towards Caesarism as he shields illegal immigrants by executive action.
Hawks misread the election’s results as a mandate for world-wide intervention.
Fracking has put fossil fuel power politics back in U.S. hands.
Majority-minority districting gave black Democrats safe seats while empowering GOP conservatives.
The GOP should embrace economic patriotism, border security, and peace, not bipartisan harmony.
Republicans will benefit from incumbent punishment today, but what is America voting for?
From amnesty to Anbar, November will bring postponed political arguments to a boil.
The disjointed U.S. war against the Islamic State only gives it a perfect adversary to elevate its own standing.
Americans’ public confidence has evaporated along with the competency of their institutions.
Papal popularity should not come at the cost of accommodating doctrine to a decadent culture.
Ideological paralysis prevents U.S. officials from shutting down flights from Ebola-afflicted countries.← Older posts
from The American Conservative