Author Archives: Patrick J. Buchanan
He isn’t a Beltway conservative because that isn’t what the moment calls for.
More evidence that a ‘hubristic cadre at the apex of the FBI’ decided the Republic must be saved from Trump.
So what about ‘democracy not dying in darkness’?
Discord with Turkey, drudgery in Afghanistan, and Washington is obsessing over…Robert Mueller.
With the Russia collusion investigation crumbling around them, Trump’s investigators have only one trick left.
Some countries have declared that the former is best as long as they can preserve “the unique character of the nation.”
Are we really prepared for a shooting war in a country where we have few interests?
We have a long history of being selective over migration—and our future may depend on doing it again.
What vital U.S. interest is there that justifies accepting this ongoing risk to our homeland?
No, managing Iran’s internal disorders is not a role for the Security Council.
Iran’s theocratic regime can’t provide for its population. We need not go to war for it to lose its grip.
The president’s been great on taxes, regulations, the courts—but perils lie ahead if he pursues the neoconservative agenda.
Contra the Beltway media, there’s plenty of evidence suggesting the fix is in.
The problem for Democrats is that Reaganomics worked, and this new tax reform may too.
Trump’s UN ambassador spent an otherwise good week drumming up support for war.
Why should he? This Mueller investigation is starting to stink.
We can’t police the world where Russia and China have greater interests than we do.
Mikheil Saakashvili went from darling of the West to man on the edge—literally—in Ukraine this week.
The media is jubilant over his FBI cooperation. They shouldn’t pop the champagne yet.
We give in, he keeps nukes. We attack, thousands die.← Older posts Newer posts →
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