Author Archives: Patrick J. Buchanan
The Middle East is a mess of disintegrating states, far beyond America’s ability to heal.
The Journal tries to pin the fallout from wasteful wars and globalization’s dislocations on “Pitchfork Pat.”
Launching a new war against Damascus would undermine every U.S. interest in the region.
After nationalist sentiment swept the British polls, the coming Scot-free U.K. will only hasten the EU’s dissolution.
Ruinous trade deficits and unending unnecessary wars have crippled the U.S. while China rises.
The Freddie Gray prosecution divides left and right along the thin blue line, just in time for 2016.
When discussing Baltimore, liberals ignore the role the Great Society has played in its decline.
Even as 2016 candidates make promises to Iowa evangelicals, they court the support of a gambling magnate.
Supporting Saudi strikes against al-Qaeda’s enemies cannot be in the United States’s interest.
Republicans pay back their plutocratic donors by surrendering congressional prerogatives on free trade.
Russian hardliners are seizing on American actions to push for catastrophe.
The president practices the long American diplomatic tradition of ruthless pragmatism in the face of changing circumstances.
Traditionalists should take comfort in the counsel, “Put not your trust in princes.”
If the Iran nuclear agreement is as advertised, Republican cries for war would be a 2016 disaster.
A prestigious D.C. magnet school bows to the demands of diversity in their admissions.
The hallmark of our new society is intolerance of those who reject the revolution.
The Shia power in the Middle East opposes ISIS and al-Qaeda far more reliably than our Sunni allies.
Twenty years after the Cold War ended, State Department-funded NGOs interfere in elections worldwide.
In a world trying to entangle the U.S. in countless war guarantees, Ike shows how to manage alliances.← Older posts
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