With Nixon in ’68: The Year America Came Apart

With Nixon in ’68: The Year America Came Apart


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By Patrick J. Buchanan – The Wall Street Journal On the night of Jan. 31, 1968, as tens of thousands of Viet Cong guerrillas attacked the major cities of South Vietnam, in violation of a Lunar New Year truce, Richard Nixon was flying secretly to Boston. At 29, and Nixon’s longest-serving aide, I was with […]

Will the Deep State Break Trump?

Will the Deep State Break Trump?


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By Patrick J. Buchanan “It is becoming more obvious with each passing day that the men and the movement that broke Lyndon Johnson’s authority in 1968 are out to break Richard Nixon,” wrote David Broder on Oct. 8, 1969. “The likelihood is great that they will succeed again.” A columnist for The Washington Post, Broder […]

Time to Get Over the Russophobia

Time to Get Over the Russophobia


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By Patrick J. Buchanan Unless there is a late surge for Communist Party candidate Pavel Grudinin, who is running second with 7 percent, Vladimir Putin will be re-elected president of Russia for another six years on March 18. Then we must decide whether to continue on course into a second Cold War, or engage Russia, […]

The Impeach-Trump Conspiracy

The Impeach-Trump Conspiracy


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By Patrick J. Buchanan Pressed by Megyn Kelly on his ties to President Trump, an exasperated Vladimir Putin blurted out, “We had no relationship at all. … I never met him. … Have you all lost your senses over there?” Yes, Vlad, we have. Consider the questions that have convulsed this city since the Trump […]

Nixon and Trump, Then and Now

Nixon and Trump, Then and Now


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By Patrick J. Buchanan For two years, this writer has been consumed by two subjects. First, the presidency of Richard Nixon, in whose White House I served from its first day to its last, covered in my new book, “Nixon’s White House Wars: The Battles That Made and Broke a President and Divided America Forever.” […]

How Berkeley Birthed the Right


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By Patrick J. Buchanan In December 1964, a Silver Age of American liberalism, to rival the Golden Age of FDR and the New Deal, seemed to be upon us. Barry Goldwater had been crushed in a 44-state landslide and the GOP reduced to half the size of the Democratic Party, with but 140 seats in […]

Nixon, LBJ & the First Shots in the Judges’ War


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By Patrick J. Buchanan The Democrats’ drive to defeat Neil Gorsuch is the latest battle in a 50-year war for control of the Supreme Court — a war that began with a conspiracy against Richard Nixon by Chief Justice Earl Warren, Justice Abe Fortas and Lyndon Johnson. By June 1968, Nixon, having swept his primaries, […]