Author Archives: Patrick J. Buchanan
There are too many tribes to please, which means no one will be happy when the day is done.
It’s extreme, reads like it was written by college students, yet the 2020 hopefuls are all in.
Two issues: abortion and socialism.
This is about more than one governor and one stupid and insensitive photograph.
But the question remains, are U.S. troops on foreign soil the best solution to our foreign policy challenges?
Did anyone think this through?
So how can they possibly lead it?
The peoples of the West have voted for change. What happens when the establishment blocks them?
Question for Trump: Was he aware of Bolton’s request for a menu of targets for potential U.S. strikes? Did he authorize it?
For the sake of the country, Nancy Pelosi must lose and the wall must get built.
It’s become a club where white males need not apply—so what does that mean for pols like Biden and Bernie in 2020?
Trump’s? The Washington Post’s? Or is he just in it for himself?
Should we be surprised Americans want out of Syria? Look how the hawks have failed.
The identity politics they’ve been playing all year is already pulling them apart, splinter by splinter.
At the very least, America will have its first serious debate on its Mideast wars since 2003.
Thanks in part to our own hubris, we now find ourselves beset by both Russia and China.
Transnational elites seem ever more distant from the countries they rule.
We claim it’s the best system available. Yet it’s made us look ridiculous while other nations step up and get serious.
Did the presidents who sat mourning at his funeral realize their part in the downslide of the country?
Elites want to ‘save the planet’ at any cost, but the frustrated middle class has had enough.← Older posts
from The American Conservative