Now Korea Is Cleaning Our Clock


1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars Vote Average: 4.68 Stars!
Loading...Loading...

By Patrick J. Buchanan “The entry into force of the U.S.-Korea trade agreement on March 15, 2012, means countless new opportunities for U.S. exporters to sell more made-in-America goods, services and agricultural products to Korean customers — and to support more good jobs here at home.” Thus did the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative […]

Fiscal Hawks vs. Security Hawks


1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars Vote Average: 4.69 Stars!
Loading...Loading...

By Patrick J. Buchanan The Republican Party is a stool that stands on three legs: social conservatives, economic conservatives and foreign policy conservatives. Yet since Ronald Reagan departed and George W. Bush arrived, that coalition has been under a growing strain that may yet pull it apart and redefine what conservatism means in 21st century […]

Manufacturing’s Dismal Decade


1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars Vote Average: 4.60 Stars!
Loading...Loading...

By Patrick J. Buchanan Last year, Barack Obama committed his administration to doubling U.S. exports in half a decade. The good news: He is on the way. U.S. exports of goods and services grew in 2010 by 16.6 percent. Bad news: U.S. imports, starting from a higher base, surged by 19.7 percent. Result: The U.S. […]

Bush’s New ‘Axis of Evil’


1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars Vote Average: 4.84 Stars!
Loading...Loading...

By Patrick J. Buchanan George W. Bush must have been the despair of the history department of every school his daddy managed to get him into. Consider his latest excursion into the history of the republic, at Southern Methodist, where the Great Man’s papers are to be housed. “What’s interesting about our country, if you […]

How the Chinese Must See Us


1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars Vote Average: 4.54 Stars!
Loading...Loading...

By Patrick J. Buchanan “O would some power the gift to give us to see ourselves as others see us,” wrote the poet Robert Burns. As Hu Jintao wings his way home, America’s hectoring still ringing in his ears, he must be thinking that maybe we Americans should stop lecturing them and take a closer […]

Who Fed the Tiger?


1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars Vote Average: 4.70 Stars!
Loading...Loading...

By Patrick J. Buchanan Missiles fired from the Chinese mainland could destroy five of the six major U.S. air bases in the Far East. So states a new report of the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, adding: “Saturation missile strikes could destroy U.S. air defenses, runways, parked aircraft, and fuel and maintenance facilities. Complicating […]

Yankee Utopians in a Chinese Century


1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars Vote Average: 4.90 Stars!
Loading...Loading...

By Patrick J. Buchanan For those who can yet recall the backyard blast furnaces of Mao’s China in the 1950s and the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution to re-instill peasant values in the 1970s, the news was jarring. In 2011, said the Financial Times, China will surpass the United States as first manufacturing power, a title […]

Dismantling America


1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars Vote Average: 4.84 Stars!
Loading...Loading...

By Patrick J. Buchanan Though Bush 41 and Bush 43 often disagreed, one issue did unite them both with Bill Clinton: protectionism. Globalists all, they rejected any federal measure to protect America’s industrial base, economic independence or the wages of U.S. workers. Together they rammed through NAFTA, brought America under the World Trade Organization, abolished […]