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 […]

Hands Off Honduras!


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By Patrick J. Buchanan Last Saturday, Honduran soldiers marched into the presidential palace, bundled up President Manuel Zelaya and put him on a plane for Costa Rica. The ouster had been ordered by the Supreme Court and approved by the Congress, as Zelaya was attempting an illegal referendum to change the Honduran constitution so he […]

Making a Monkey Out of Darwin


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By Patrick J. Buchanan “You have no notion of the intrigue that goes on in this blessed world of science,” wrote Thomas Huxley. “Science is, I fear, no purer than any other region of human activity; though it should be.” As “Darwin’s bulldog,” Huxley would himself engage in intrigue, deceit and intellectual property theft to […]

California, Here We Come!


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By Patrick J. Buchanan PALM SPRINGS, Calif. — In just a few weeks time, California hits the wall. And Americans should take a good, long look at the fiscal and social wreck of the Golden Land, because California is at a place to which all of America is heading. In May, when five fund-raising proposals […]

Ten Days That Shook Tehran


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By Patrick J. Buchanan Given its monopoly of guns, bet on the Iranian regime. But, in the long run, the ayatollahs have to see the handwriting on the wall. Let us assume what they insist upon — that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad won the June 12 election; that, even if fraud occurred, it did not decide the […]

Tiananmen Moments


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By Patrick J. Buchanan On Dec. 14, 1825, following the death of Alexander I — who had seen off Napoleon — his brother, the grand duke, who had just taken the oath as Czar Nicholas I, was confronted by mutinous troops and rebels in Senate Square before the Winter Palace. For hours, the czar stood […]