Archive: Pat Buchanan

Is Macron the EU’s Last Best Hope?

Can the French nation survive the next French election?

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Is Democracy in a Death Spiral?

Democracy is increasingly seen as a means to an end, not an end in itself.

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Is Putin the ‘Preeminent Statesman’ of Our Times?

“Putin has become a symbol of national sovereignty in its battle with globalism.”

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The Obama Plot to Sabotage Trump

What did Barack Obama know, and when did he know it?

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Is Turkey Lost to the West?

Rising ethnonationalism across Europe may mean Turkey is out, and Russia is in.

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It’s Trump’s Party, Now

“The Republican establishment today bends the knee to Caesar.”

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Lavrov vs. McCain: Is Russia an Enemy?

“In the new struggle for the world, Russia and the U.S. are natural allies not natural enemies.”

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Is Secession a Solution to Cultural War?

Suddenly, California knows exactly how Marine Le Pen feels.

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Is the Left Playing with Fire Again?

“Other than despising Trump and his ‘deplorables,’ what great cause unites the left today?”

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Trump Must Break Judicial Power

Pat Buchanan advises Trump to follow Andrew Jackson’s example.

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The First Firestorm

What do the protests last weekend portend?

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What Trump’s Wall Says to the World

This is our country.

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Trump: America for the Americans!

Donald Trump is putting Americans first.

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New President, New World

The West is threatened by porous borders to our south, not Russians to our east.

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Reagan and Trump: American Nationalists

Both represent a voice for the people, not the elites.

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Is Liberal Democracy an Endangered Species?

“European peoples are largely fleeing from the future America preaches and promises.”

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Europe’s Future — Merkel or Le Pen?

Europe is at a crossroads that may decide its very existence.

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