Author Archives: Patrick J. Buchanan
U.S. and NATO military forces line the Russian border, yet Washington is surprised when Putin reacts.
Trump’s foreign-policy speech drew from an older, better Republican tradition.
Secular idols cannot breathe life into a culture so long nourished by true faith.
Great men are rarely good men, and Old Hickory’s consequence cannot be denied.
Frustrating the protest of the people with faithless delegates would destroy the Republican party.
I am “not isolationist, but I am ‘America First,’” Donald Trump told …
Before handing out more blank checks, consider whether existing war guarantees are in the national interest.
Both major-party insurgents are finding their electoral victories blunted by insider defections.
A grand coalition for Trump is still possible, but party leaders seem determined to subvert the popular will.
Even if the GOP steals back the nomination in Cleveland, economic nationalism is here to stay.
Trump and Cruz must insist on rules that prevent a Beltway insider from becoming the GOP nominee.
The GOP frontrunner embraces Eisenhower’s policy towards Europe and challenges outdated NATO commitments.
Is the ideology of tolerance blinding Western countries to a continually escalating threat?
The ‘Never Trump’ camp might be able to swing the election to Hillary, but they will continue to drift into irrelevance.
Washington is in a panic. But rebellion is often followed by renewal.
Amid the Left’s organized disruption of Trump’s rallies, his rivals offer nothing but moral mush.
Tax-exempt foundations and think tanks should not interfere with the nomination process.
If Trump loses Florida or Ohio, the GOP’s ruling class may yet put down the revolt.
Why are conservatives parroting the talking points of the Beltway establishment’s paper of record?
If the GOP is remaking itself, defections should not be unexpected—nor unwelcome.← Older posts
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