The Real War

By Patrick J. Buchanan Had he not proven incompetent to detonate his lap bomb, Umar Farouk Abdulmullatab would have carried off an air massacre to rival Lockerbie. We would all have ended Christmas day watching TV footage of 300 mangled bodies being picked up around Detroit.

Of Christmas, War and Peace

By Patrick J. Buchanan “And this shall be a sign unto you: You shall find the infant wrapped in swaddling clothes, and laid in a manger. “And suddenly there was with the Angel a multitude of the heavenly army, praising God, and saying: Glory to God in the highest and on earth, peace to men […]

Obama’s Exit Strategy

By Patrick J. Buchanan If actions speak louder than words, President Obama is cutting America free of George Bush’s wars and coming home.

Hamlet as War President

By Patrick J. Buchanan Led by a conflicted president of a divided party and nation, America is deepening her involvement in a war in its ninth year with no end in sight.

Our Pushover President

By Patrick J. Buchanan “This state visit is … a terrible mistake,” said Rep. Eliot Engel, chairman of the House Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere.

James K. Polk: Forgotten Great

By Patrick J. Buchanan As America debates whether to send tens of thousands more troops to Afghanistan, in the ninth year of a war for ends we cannot discern, a riveting new history recalls times when Americans fought for vital national interests.

The Two Faces of Maj. Hasan

By Patrick J. Buchanan Nidal Malik Hasan was two men. One was the proud Army major who wore battle fatigues to mosque; the other, the proud Arab who wore Muslim garb in civilian life.