Mind of the New Majority

Mind of the New Majority

By Michael Brendan Dougherty – The American Conservative Magazine Pat Buchanan is more than a conservative—he’s Nixon meets Spengler. Patrick J. Buchanan stood beside a window in Chicago’s Conrad Hilton hotel during the 1968 Democratic convention and looked over the panorama of dissent raging below. At about two in the morning, the phone rang—it was […]

Buchanan Against the Conservatives

by Laurence M. Vance – LewRockwell.com It’s not just the liberals who are against Pat Buchanan. When it comes to the issue of foreign policy, the conservatives are against him as well. Most all of them. With the exception of Ron Paul, the current and former Republican presidential candidates are against him – Mitt Romney, […]

Why Pat Buchanan Belongs on TV

By Juan Williams – Fox News “Are you a racist, Pat?” That is a simple, direct question. Last week I put it to Pat Buchanan, the conservative commentator and writer, in an exclusive interview for Fox News Latino. I asked Buchanan that question because MSNBC took him off the air recently. The network’s president said […]

Pat Buchanan on Ron Paul, the Internet and Ethnic Politics in the 21st Century

by Anthony Wile – The Daily Bell…. The Daily Bell is pleased to publish this interview with Patrick Buchanan. Introduction: Patrick Buchanan has been a senior advisor to three Presidents, a two-time candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, and was the presidential nominee of the Reform Party in 2000. From 1966 through 1974, Patrick Buchanan […]

Missing Pat Buchanan

by Stanley Fish – The New York Times “I miss him already,” the MSNBC commentator Chris Matthews said Friday. The “him” Matthews is already missing is Patrick J. Buchanan, and in this year of a national campaign I miss him too, and have been missing him since early fall, when he disappeared from MSNBC because […]

A Warring Visionary

by Tom Piatak – Chronicles Magazine The Crusader: The Life and Tumultuous Times of Pat Buchanan British scholar Timothy Stanley has produced the first significant biography of Patrick J. Buchanan, describing his life from his boyhood in Washington, D.C., up to the present. Stanley’s book is written in a breezy, informal manner—Buchanan is referred to […]