Is ISIS Coming to Damascus?

Is ISIS Coming to Damascus?


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By Patrick J. Buchanan Who rises if Assad falls? That question, which has bedeviled U.S. experts on the Middle East, may need updating to read: Who rises when Assad falls? For the war is going badly for Bashar Assad, whose family has ruled Syria since Richard Nixon was president. Assad’s situation seems more imperiled than […]

Biblical Values — or Vegas Values?

Biblical Values — or Vegas Values?


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By Patrick J. Buchanan Almost all of the declared and undeclared Republican candidates for 2016 could be found this weekend at one of two events, or both. The first was organized by the Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition, and held in Point of Grace Church in Waukee. Dominated by Evangelical Christians, who were 60 percent […]

Rev. Wright’s Star Pupil

Rev. Wright’s Star Pupil


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By Patrick J. Buchanan “A steady patriot of the world alone, “The friend of every country — but his own.” George Canning’s couplet about the Englishmen who professed love for all the world except their own native land comes to mind on reading Obama’s remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast. After listing the horrors of […]

The Abolition of Christmas

The Abolition of Christmas


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By Patrick J. Buchanan WebNote: Pat Buchanan wrote this column back in December 2001. It is one of my favorites and is posted today as as we observe this Christmas season of 2014. By Patrick J. Buchanan – December 21, 2001 When I was a boy, Kensington was a village half an hour north of […]

Whose Side Is God on Now?

Whose Side Is God on Now?


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By Patrick J. Buchanan In his Kremlin defense of Russia’s annexation of Crimea, Vladimir Putin, even before he began listing the battles where Russian blood had been shed on Crimean soil, spoke of an older deeper bond. Crimea, said Putin, “is the location of ancient Khersones, where Prince Vladimir was baptized. His spiritual feat of […]

Is Putin One of Us?

Is Putin One of Us?


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By Patrick J. Buchanan Is Vladimir Putin a paleoconservative? In the culture war for mankind’s future, is he one of us? While such a question may be blasphemous in Western circles, consider the content of the Russian president’s state of the nation address. With America clearly in mind, Putin declared, “In many countries today, moral […]

Papal Neutrality in the Culture War?

Papal Neutrality in the Culture War?


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By Patrick J. Buchanan “Pope Francis doesn’t want cultural warriors; he doesn’t want ideologues,” said Bishop Blase Cupich of Spokane, Wash.: “The nuncio said the Holy Father wants bishops with pastoral sensitivity, shepherds who know the smell of the sheep.” Bishop Cupich was conveying instructions the papal nuncio had delivered from Rome to guide U.S. […]

Lindsey’s Plan for War on Iran

Lindsey’s Plan for War on Iran


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By Patrick J. Buchanan This summer produced a triumph of American patriotism. A grassroots coalition arose to demand Congress veto any war on Syria. Congress got the message and was ready to vote no to war, when President Obama seized upon Vladimir Putin’s offer to work together to disarm Syria of chemical weapons. The war […]