Obama’s Exit Strategy

By Patrick J. Buchanan If actions speak louder than words, President Obama is cutting America free of George Bush’s wars and coming home.

Hamlet as War President

By Patrick J. Buchanan Led by a conflicted president of a divided party and nation, America is deepening her involvement in a war in its ninth year with no end in sight.

Is America at War?

By Patrick J. Buchanan Are we at war — or not? For if we are at war, why is Khalid Sheikh Mohammed headed for trial in federal court in the Southern District of New York? Why is he entitled to a presumption of innocence and all of the constitutional protections of a U.S. citizen? Is […]

The Two Faces of Maj. Hasan

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.

For Whom the Bell Tolls

By Patrick J. Buchanan For the Blue Dogs, Tuesday was a fire bell in the night. Virginia Republicans led by Robert McDonnell crushed the most conservative Democrat nominee in decades, rolling up a victory that rivaled Ronald Reagan’s rout of Walter Mondale.

The American Way of Abandonment

By Patrick J. Buchanan When America is about to throw an ally to the wolves, we follow an established ritual. We discover that the man we supported was never really morally fit to be a friend or partner of the United States.