Author Archives: Patrick J. Buchanan
Republicans pay back their plutocratic donors by surrendering congressional prerogatives on free trade.
Russian hardliners are seizing on American actions to push for catastrophe.
The president practices the long American diplomatic tradition of ruthless pragmatism in the face of changing circumstances.
Traditionalists should take comfort in the counsel, “Put not your trust in princes.”
If the Iran nuclear agreement is as advertised, Republican cries for war would be a 2016 disaster.
A prestigious D.C. magnet school bows to the demands of diversity in their admissions.
The hallmark of our new society is intolerance of those who reject the revolution.
The Shia power in the Middle East opposes ISIS and al-Qaeda far more reliably than our Sunni allies.
Twenty years after the Cold War ended, State Department-funded NGOs interfere in elections worldwide.
In a world trying to entangle the U.S. in countless war guarantees, Ike shows how to manage alliances.
While Hillary stumbles out of the gate, Republicans put their least attractive face forward.
Nationalism and religion are once again providing the meaning that multiculturalism never could.
The entire Middle East is already going Tehran’s way.
The Justice Department’s report confirms the officer’s story, even while accusing Ferguson of racism.
The savagery of the Islamic State and its rivals in terror far outstrips their historically limited lethality.
ISIS wants America at war with the world, and the Republican Party is all too eager to comply.
From Giuliani to gay marriage, Republicans are quick to beat a retreat at the first sign of social issue controversy.
Republicans surrender their new majority’s power to Obama and globalization.← Older posts
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