Author Archives: Patrick J. Buchanan
Americans’ public confidence has evaporated along with the competency of their institutions.
Papal popularity should not come at the cost of accommodating doctrine to a decadent culture.
Ideological paralysis prevents U.S. officials from shutting down flights from Ebola-afflicted countries.
America no longer has the stomach for the self-confidence that civilized the world.
The Supreme Court established and enforces a state religion of secular humanism.
As the Middle East tears itself apart, the United States has no true allies.
A global surge in authoritarianism is being tested on umbrella-filled streets.
The president has consistently taken sides in a local dispute before all the facts are in.
Americans deserve an accounting before the U.S. plunges into endless war.
Globalists who applauded NAFTA can’t criticize corporate inversions that expatriate profits.
Obama has no answer as he launches an open-ended unconstitutional war.
Independence movements are gaining traction across the globe.
The president’s strategy couldn’t convince U.S. allies, and shouldn’t persuade Americans.
Giving Estonia an American war guarantee abandons Cold War wisdom and puts our fate in Russia’s hands.
U.S. policy should be designed to do the maximum damage to ISIS and the least damage to us.
America’s entanglement in World War I was not the result of a tragic accident, but deliberate choices.
Clinton’s continued hawkish errors provide an opportunity to rethink our Syria strategy.
Our most maligned president was no racist.
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