The Coming November Wars

The Coming November Wars


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By Patrick J. Buchanan As it stands today, Republicans will add seats in the House and recapture the Senate on Tuesday. However, the near-certainty is that those elections will be swiftly eclipsed by issues of war, peace, immigration and race, all of which will be moved front and center this November. Consider. If repeated leaks […]

Behind the Sinking of the Lusitania

Behind the Sinking of the Lusitania


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By Patrick J. Buchanan About how America became involved in certain wars, many conspiracy theories have been advanced — and some have been proved correct. When James K. Polk got his declaration of war as Mexico had “shed American blood upon the American soil,” Rep. Abraham Lincoln demanded to know the exact spot where it […]

Liberal Elites Toppled Nixon

Liberal Elites Toppled Nixon


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By Patrick J. Buchanan – Opinion USA Today The left is today celebrating the 40th anniversary of the resignation of its most despised enemy in the 20th century. But though his fall is being hailed as a triumph of democracy, Richard Nixon was not brought down by any popular uprising. The breaking of his presidency […]

Remembering Nixon’s Catholic Coup: An Interview With Pat Buchanan

Remembering Nixon’s Catholic Coup: An Interview With Pat Buchanan


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By Sean Salai, S.J. – America Magazine Patrick J. Buchanan is a political commentator, author, syndicated columnist, politician, and broadcaster. He was a senior advisor to U.S. Presidents Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, and Ronald Reagan. He accompanied President Nixon to China in 1972. Later he sought the Republican presidential nomination in 1992 and 1996. In […]

Nixon — Before Watergate

Nixon — Before Watergate


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By Patrick J. Buchanan It has been a summer of remembrance. The centennial of the Great War that began with the Guns of August 1914. The 75th anniversary of the Danzig crisis that led to Hitler’s invasion of Poland on Sept. 1, 1939. The 70th anniversary of D-Day. In America, we celebrated the 50th anniversary […]

Pat Buchanan, Richard Nixon, and the Search for the Lost Republican Presidential Coalition

Pat Buchanan, Richard Nixon, and the Search for the Lost Republican Presidential Coalition


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By James B. Pinkerton at Breitbart “Buchanan tells the story well, and he bolsters his tale with copious evidence from those days—not just his first-hand memories as a major participant in the campaign, but also abundant news clips and archival campaign memos. The man is obviously a packrat, and for the sake of history, that’s […]

Nixon and Kennedy: The Myths and Reality


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By Patrick J. Buchanan Had there been no Dallas, there would been no Camelot. There would have been no John F. Kennedy as brilliant statesman cut off in his prime, had it not been for those riveting days from Dealey Plaza to Arlington and the lighting of the Eternal Flame. Along with the unsleeping labors […]

The Winter of Conservative Discontent

The Winter of Conservative Discontent


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By Patrick J. Buchanan As the white flag rises above Republican redoubts, offering a surrender on taxes, the mind goes back to what seemed a worse time for conservatives: December 1964. Barry Goldwater had suffered a defeat not seen since Alf Landon. Republicans held less than one-third of the House and Senate and only 17 […]