Author Archives: Patrick J. Buchanan

Time to Break Up With the Philippines

Must we go to war over rocks in the South China Sea?

An Establishment in Panic

The Donald’s defiance comes as many of his supporters have lost faith in the system.

How the System Is ‘Rigged’

Voters have never given their consent for open borders and economic outsourcing.

Anti-Catholics and Elitist Bigotry

Even if Clinton wins, the establishment can no longer credibly speak for America.

The Donald Lives

By Sunday night, the media were as shocked and stunned as Hillary and Bill.

In Syria, Fight ISIS—Not Russia

We have lived with the Assads since Richard Nixon went to Damascus.

Why Trump’s Taxes Won’t Hurt Him

Voters care about the real issues, not trivial media attacks.

Trump’s Right on Trade Predators

America’s allies are cheating and robbing her blind.

Is Charlotte Our Future?

Violent protests are a recipe for endless conflict.

How Trump Wins the Debate

He must convince voters that he is not the malicious character portrayed by the media.

Donald Trump’s Death Struggle With the Press

Not for half a century has the idea of “one nation under God, indivisible,” seemed so distant.

We Have to Deal With Putin

How does it help to call him names?

Last Chance for the ‘Deplorables’

Trump supporters realize America is at a tipping point.

Is the Tide Going Out on Hillary?

Donald Trump’s message has begun to come through.

Phyllis Schlafly’s Last Word

To the moment of her death she was unafraid of controversy—and aimed to do for Trump what she did for the Goldwater movement.

The Trump Campaign’s Best Day

Flying to Mexico was a bold and decisive move.

Syria and the National Interest

ISIS and the al-Nusra Front are our primary enemies in Syria, not Assad or Russia.

Lots of Smoke Here, Hillary

The Clinton Foundation scandal is only just beginning.

The Perseverance of John McLaughlin

The priest turned television journalist was unfailingly loyal to friends.

It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over

Trump can still convince the country that he is the preferable candidate.

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