Author Archives: Patrick J. Buchanan
He should ignore whatever subpoenas come his way and give no quarter to those trying to destroy his presidency.
The annual fete is not only suffering from Beltway bubble syndrome but it’s no longer a class act.
His world of open borders and free trade is receding into history.
At a crossroads with North Korea and Iran, we face a question: how much longer can we remain this overextended?
The refugee crisis has only accelerated tensions between the multi-nationals and those who want to preserve their nation’s identity.
Elites who didn’t vote for him are now pushing him into a war he doesn’t want to fight.
The next two months will determine the fate of his presidency and the future of the Middle East.
The hawks are goading him–will it be war, or mockery for bluffing?
Will we remain and risk a greater war? The president’s instincts say no but his advisors say yes.
Securing borders? Needless foreign intervention? It could go either way right now.
Francis’s words once again sow confusion and widen the rift within the Church.
The last man standing between the U.S. and war may be a four-star general affectionately known as “Mad Dog.”
There’s a reason Trump is behaving like he’s the prospective target of a coup d’etat.
Remember the Gulf of Tonkin, WMD’s in Iraq, before leaping to conclusions about UK poisoning.
Electorally, this year could mean catastrophe for elected Republicans.
The new resistance to the globalist agenda is now everywhere manifest.
Russia is nowhere near the threat that the USSR was. Yet our elites won’t stop whining about Putin.
A steel tariff terrifies Sen. Graham—A new Korean war does not?
With China, we fed the tiger, and created a monster.
After lying dormant for decades, it’s reasserting itself as a political force. And our elites have no vision to counter it.← Older posts Newer posts →
from The American Conservative