The Two Faces of Maj. Hasan


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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.

It Can’t Happen Here


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by Patrick J. Buchanan So grave was the crisis in western China that President Hu Jintao canceled a meeting with President Obama, broke off from the G8 summit and flew home. By official count, 158 are dead, 1,080 injured and a thousand arrested in ethnic violence between Han Chinese and the Muslim, Turkic-speaking Uighurs of […]

Dumbing-Down the U.S. Navy


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by Patrick J. Buchanan “Naval Academy Professor Challenges Rising Diversity,” ran the headline in the Washington Post. The impression left was that some sorehead was griping because black and Hispanic kids were finally being admitted. The Post’s opening paragraphs reinforced the impression. “Of the 1,230 plebes who took the oath of office at the Naval […]

Globalism vs. Ethnonationalism


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By Patrick J. Buchanan Standing before the Siegessaule, the Victory Column that commemorates Prussia’s triumphs over Denmark, Austria and France in the wars that birthed the Second Reich, Barack Obama declared himself a “citizen of the world” and spoke of “a world that stands as one.” Globalists rejoiced. And the election of this son of […]