Author Archives: Patrick J. Buchanan
It is time to strip the swamp creatures of their special privileges.
John Brennan versus Trump only shows what an irreconcilably divided nation we’ve become.
How many quarrels, conflicts and wars, and with how many adversaries, can even the mighty United States sustain?
Who determines what are “basic rights” or “universal values”?
Why, then, is President Donald Trump toying with such an idea?
It’s the essential question of our time—and some may decide that secession is the only way to answer it.
The economy has often soared under Republicans who protected domestic industry.
Time to contrast the USSR of Stalin, Khrushchev and Brezhnev with the Russia of Vlad.
He threatens everything they stand for, which is why the cries of treason are flying.
Within a week, Trump has repudiated the records and agendas of the neocons, their liberal interventionist allies, and the war party think tanks.
The president went into the NATO summit wielding frustration and making demands. Who will blink first?
With the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, Earl Warren’s judicial dictatorship could be on its way out.
The Republican Party of Bush I and II, of Bob Dole and John McCain, is history. And for good reason.
Whether or not to nix the agency is the issue of 2018.
The new demography of the Democratic Party brought about the defeat of Joe Crowley. Who’s next?
A cautionary note to progressives: extremism is how the left lost the future to Nixon and Reagan.
For the American president, there is a bigger stake than just the southern border.
Whatever one may think of his diplomacy, Trump has, for now, lifted the specter of nuclear war from the Korean peninsula.
Why is Trump so exasperated? Because the G-7 summit shows how entrenched his opposition still is.
The New York chief stands accused of building “a barrier to Asian-Americans—especially our children.”← Older posts
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