Author Archives: Patrick J. Buchanan
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.
Putin prepares to keep ISIS from power, while U.S. hawks rush to pave its way.
Middle America’s residual respect for the Supreme Court’s decisions is running out.
Europe is going to run out of altruism long before it runs out of refugees.
As crime rises, does Obama stand with cops or the protesters?
Republicans’ foreign-policy credibility will ride on whether they can accept and enforce a deal the world considers done.
Why rising rates of violent crime and viral media guarantee more conflicts between black and blue.
The rules of the post-Cold War new world order are collapsing before ascendant national sentiments.
Finding an emergency alternate too soon could provoke Clinton’s fans. Too late, and Bernie wins by default.
The migrating millions threaten to swamp Western countries ill-prepared to receive them.
An establishment that has never apologized for Iraq has no credibility decrying a protest outsider.
Popular revolts against the establishment candidates of both parties betray deep alienation.
President Obama can take a lesson from Ike in forcefully defending American prerogatives.
New books reveal the lies hidden in Woodward and Bernstein’s Watergate reporting.
When allies go their own way, so should we.← Older posts
from The American Conservative