Author Archives: Patrick J. Buchanan
A migrant caravan is headed for America’s southern border. Will Trump keep his promises or cave?
Often national interest has come before human rights, but Trump should take this opportunity to cut the Kingdom loose.
Continued U.S. support for the Saudi war in Yemen—as well as our arms sales—-should now be in question.
At last conservatives have reclaimed the Supreme Court for constitutionalism.
Trump is president because he “gets it” about the Beltway elites and what they are doing to Kavanaugh today.
On the Kavanaugh nomination, Democrats are fighting for keeps while the GOP aches for comity.
The assault on Brett Kavanaugh is a preview of what Democrats have planned for the president.
If so, Trump might be meeting face to face with one of his nemeses on Thursday.
It’s moving on, flushed with nationalism, fully aware that America’s commitments are unsustainable.
This isn’t about justice; it’s about preserving the left’s Court-imposed social revolution.
Suddenly the president is signaling that he could start a war with Assad and Russia.
They want Trump gone, just as they set out to take down another president.
On one side, we have hundreds of thousands dead and trillions lost. On the other, we have…what exactly?
The chickens have come home to roost in Vatican City.
John McCain’s legacy is Iraq, Syria, and Yemen. Without him, who will make the arguments for more war?
Maybe not, but if they take the House this fall their left flank may just demand it.
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”?← Older posts
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