Author Archives: Patrick J. Buchanan
How can an “exceptional nation” be so polarized by trivial matters?
China may prove to be a more indomitable foe than Russia.
If he starts war in Lebanon or in the Gulf, he is on his own.
Ed Gillespie was Virginia’s version of Jeb Bush.
U.S. leaders continue to bluster and make threats they don’t back up.
Battle over ‘Peace Cross’ the latest in Identity Wars.
The manufactured “collusion” hysteria is why so many want to drain the swamp.
Flake, Corker & McCain are beatified by the Beltway elite. What does that say?
If he crosses, he joins Bush II in the history books.
To traditionalist Europeans, our heaven looks like their hell.
Donald Trump was not elected to fight the Middle East’s conflicts—or so some of us thought.
But unlike Trump, he turned it to his advantage and won over the country.
He relishes defending the values of the people who put him where he is.
How did he come to be a man who treated fellow humans as vermin?
We may be too divided to stick together for more than a news cycle.
Senate nominee puts God’s law even above the U.S. Constitution.
But respecting the flag shouldn’t be a controversy.
If we do not end this interventionist addiction, it will end our republic.
People blinded by ideology, unable to see the true enemies of civilization, end up losing it.
He best remember what happened when other GOP presidents broke promises.← Older posts
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