Author Archives: Patrick J. Buchanan
Rebellions are going to reappear until they succeed in overthrowing our failed establishment.
The next president will either be the last president of an old era, or the first president of a new era.
Trump aside, there is a deeper conflict within the GOP and conservative movement that may be irreconcilable.
Not since 1980 have we seen an electorate so willing to reject the status quo.
The forced globalization of the West discredited liberalism, and the populist-nationalist reaction has arrived.
The ayatollah realizes that his regime’s survival depends on avoiding conflict.
The Naval seizure brought back bad memories, but was not a reason for war.
As Hillary defends bad trade deals and foreign intervention, insurgent candidates continue rising.
Why the U.S. should reconsider war guarantees in Asia and elsewhere.
Guarantees made during the Cold War should not endanger America’s interests today.
2015 saw the GOP establishment lose the mandate of heaven—and racial divides return.
Multinationalism descended into fear and distrust as 2015 accelerated the West’s unraveling.
When faith inspires violence, can we pretend religious affiliation doesn’t matter?
2016 candidates are pushing back against blind hawkish bloodlust that could give us World War III.
Republican elites seeking to derail Donald “Because I don’t want to, Greta” Trump have forgotten the lessons of the Goldwater campaign.
In the feudal era there were the “three estates”—the clergy, the nobility, …
Americans don’t share the media’s complacent approval of unchecked globalization.
After Paris and San Bernardino, two countries seek security over liberalism.
Trump’s rebukes to the media thrill supporters, but expose a frayed common public life.
The world that made Turkey essential to NATO and the U.S. hasn’t existed for decades.← Older posts
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