Author Archives: Patrick J. Buchanan
The priest turned television journalist was unfailingly loyal to friends.
Trump can still convince the country that he is the preferable candidate.
Debt, endless wars, and uncontrolled migration may destroy the republic.
Will Middle America ever overcome the power of the Beltway establishment?
After elites led two decades of foreign-policy blunders, they now dismiss America First patriots as dangerous.
Despite attacks from within the Republican Party, he still faces better odds than Goldwater.
The silent majority doesn’t want more wars of choice.
The clash of visions reveal a divided country.
It wouldn’t be the first given for publishing stolen secrets.
The new GOP is not going to be party of open borders, free-trade globalism, or reflexive interventionism.
Even if Trump loses, there is no going back.
Did anyone doubt that Justice Ginsburg was a committed progressive?
The violence today is nothing like 1968—but still spells trouble for the Democratic nominee.
FBI Director James Comey left the question up to voters.
The Donald is willing to question policies that privilege shareholders and consumers over average workers.
An anti-establishment, populist wave is surging across Europe and the U.S.
Foreign-policy blunders and personal corruption make Clinton vulnerable.
Do Americans want to start a new war with Syria and Russia?
With very few resources, terrorists continue to harm the West—and change the course of history.
Is the West’s experiment in assimilating Muslim immigrants a failure?← Older posts
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