Author Archives: Patrick J. Buchanan
He must convince voters that he is not the malicious character portrayed by the media.
Not for half a century has the idea of “one nation under God, indivisible,” seemed so distant.
How does it help to call him names?
Trump supporters realize America is at a tipping point.
Donald Trump’s message has begun to come through.
To the moment of her death she was unafraid of controversy—and aimed to do for Trump what she did for the Goldwater movement.
Flying to Mexico was a bold and decisive move.
ISIS and the al-Nusra Front are our primary enemies in Syria, not Assad or Russia.
The Clinton Foundation scandal is only just beginning.
The priest turned television journalist was unfailingly loyal to friends.
Trump can still convince the country that he is the preferable candidate.
Debt, endless wars, and uncontrolled migration may destroy the republic.
Will Middle America ever overcome the power of the Beltway establishment?
After elites led two decades of foreign-policy blunders, they now dismiss America First patriots as dangerous.
Despite attacks from within the Republican Party, he still faces better odds than Goldwater.
The silent majority doesn’t want more wars of choice.
The clash of visions reveal a divided country.
It wouldn’t be the first given for publishing stolen secrets.
The new GOP is not going to be party of open borders, free-trade globalism, or reflexive interventionism.
Even if Trump loses, there is no going back.← Older posts
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