Is Hillary Inevitable?

Is Hillary Inevitable?


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By Patrick J. Buchanan Looking back over the last century there were two great coalition builders in presidential politics: FDR and Richard Nixon. Franklin Roosevelt broke the Lincoln lock on the presidency that had given Republicans the White House in 56 of the previous 72 years. From 1932 to 1964, FDR’s party would win seven […]

Will Obamacare Be the Death of Liberalism?


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By Patrick J Buchanan By 1968, Walter Lippmann, the dean of liberal columnists, had concluded that liberalism had reached the end of its tether. In that liberal epoch, the 1960s, the Democratic Party had marched us into an endless war that was tearing America apart. Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society had produced four “long, hot summers” […]

The Sadistic Strategy of Obama & Reid

The Sadistic Strategy of Obama & Reid


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By Patrick J. Buchanan In the showdown over the shutdown of the U.S. government, the Obamaites tipped their hand yesterday as what their strategy is. Taking a page out of Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals,” the plan is to maximize the people’s pain — to maximize the political damage to the enemy, the Republican Party. […]

Fix Bayonets!

Fix Bayonets!


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By Patrick J. Buchanan After his narrow defeat by Gerald Ford at the Kansas City convention in 1976, Ronald Reagan was seen as a has-been. Came the Carter-Torrijos treaties of 1977, however, which gave away the Panama Canal, and the old cowboy strapped on his guns: “We bought it. We paid for it. It’s ours. […]

Why the Reagan Democrats Departed

Why the Reagan Democrats Departed


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By Patrick J. Buchanan On Nov. 3, 1969, Richard Nixon, his presidency about to be broken by massive antiwar demonstrations, called on “the great silent majority” to stand by him for peace with honor in Vietnam. They did. Within days Nixon’s approval surged to 68 percent. The ferocious Republican partisan of the 1950s had won […]

The Old Republic and Obama’s America

The Old Republic and Obama’s America


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By Patrick J. Buchanan “Second Term Begins With a Sweeping Agenda for Equality,” ran the eight-column banner in which The Washington Post captured the essence of Obama’s second inaugural. There he declared: “What binds this nation together … what makes us exceptional — what makes us American — is our allegiance to an idea, articulated […]

The Republicans — After Dunkirk

The Republicans — After Dunkirk


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By Patrick J. Buchanan At the Potsdam conference with Harry Truman and Josef Stalin, Winston Churchill learned that the voters of the nation he had led for five years through World War II had just voted to throw him out of office. “It may well be a blessing in disguise,” said his wife Clementine. “At […]

In Concord, Pat Buchanan Says America’s Strength Comes from Unity, Not Diversity

In Concord, Pat Buchanan Says America’s Strength Comes from Unity, Not Diversity


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By Ben Leubsdorf – The Concord Monitor America’s strength comes from its unity, not its diversity, conservative commentator and former presidential candidate Pat Buchanan said last night at Concord’s Capitol Center for the Arts. “There’s two arguments. . . . The liberals, they say our diversity, our new diversity, is our strength. The more diverse […]