Author Archives: Patrick J. Buchanan
The neocons and hawks in Trump’s circle stand alone these days, but their influence in the White House is still strong.
John Bolton might be gone but his ghost is still haunting the White House.
If thwarting his boss at every turn was his goal, Bolton leaves the White House a successful man.
There’s a reason he leads the polls, but the upcoming three-hour debate will either crush or crystalize his position.
It brought all of its empires toppling down and resulted in its conquest.
His enemies are furious that he suspended Parliament. But around the world voters are looking for men of action.
Bibi Netanyahu is expanding the conflict against Iran and trying to drag the U.S. in.
Throughout history, the U.S. has expanded through revolution, purchase, invasions, annexations, war, theft and expulsions.
The Taliban sits in the catbird seat despite all of the blood and treasure we spent to destroy it.
The president gambles big on stopping the commercial looting and opening China’s markets to America.
Are we willing to make the necessary sacrifices to force China to abide by the rules of reciprocal trade?
The former VP’s past embrace of segregationist politicians will come back to haunt him in the primary.
Their blaming Trump for last weekend’s shootings is a political attack unprecedented in its savagery.
The old-school Democrat took a beating Thursday, with the two most socialist candidates waiting in the wings for the KO.
By attacking Baltimore’s decay, the president reminds us how Republicans used to win.
The GOP message on Wednesday: Proceed with hearings to impeach and there will be blood on the floor.
America has become an us versus them country, and Trump’s supporters aren’t about to surrender.
We’ve just seen the direst rupture in U.S.-Turkey relations in seven decades. And it gets worse.
Trump is driving a wedge right through the Democratic Party, between its moderate and militant wings.
We should hope not. But the resignation of Britain’s ambassador to Washington suggests otherwise.← Older posts
from The American Conservative