Author Archives: Patrick J. Buchanan
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?
If China begins to reclaim and militarize Scarborough Shoal, says Philippines President …
He is cheered because he defies the commands of political correctness.
Must we pretend that judges are above politics?
If Hillary means to engage on foreign policy, this is not a battle Trump should avoid.
Britons have a chance to reassume control of their national destiny—and their borders.
Middle-aged whites are suffering an AIDS-level plight, but remain invisible to elites.
If we must take a stand against the People’s Republic, a trade war is preferable to military conflict.
The Party of Lincoln historically stood for tariffs and economic nationalism.
An independent conservative candidate would split the Republican vote, handing the presidency to Hillary.
As in the past, establishment figures must accept that their ideas don’t resonate with voters.
The Speaker risks becoming as obsolete as Nelson Rockefeller in the new Republican Party.
And Trump has a more important ally than the last GOP president in his effort to unite the party—Mrs. Clinton.
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.← Older posts
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