New World Order Conservative Club

By Patrick J. Buchanan House Majority Whip Tom DeLay has built such a reputation for hitting up Washington lobbyists for contributions he is known as “the Hammer.” In Sept. 21’s Washington Times, the Hammer came down on me. On “fast track” for NAFTA expansion, says Tom, I sound “Marxist” — “more like John Sweeney than […]

Political Rat Poison – NAFTA Expansion

By Patrick J. Buchanan When Bill Clinton called a special session of Congress in 1994 to win approval of his giant General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) treaty, one feature in particular of that trade deal stuck in the craw of conservatives. Clinton had yielded U.S. sovereignty to a world court of trade, the […]

An American Economy for Americans

by Patrick J. Buchanan – April 12, 1996 This year the U.S. merchandise trade deficit is running at $200 billion. By Trade Representative Mickey Kantor’s own figures – $1 billion in exports equals 20,000 jobs -our appetite for foreign goods will cost fellow Americans four million jobs. One wonders what it takes to shake our […]

The City and the Crusade

By Patrick J. Buchanan Commencement Address for Christendom College Thank you for that gracious reception. I confess it is not the kind to which I am accustomed on most college campuses. But it is truly an honor to be here, at Christendom. Both to congratulate the graduating seniors, and to pay tribute to this college […]

Pat Buchanan on Ross Perot’s Radio Show – May 7, 1995

Transcript from: Listening to America, Host – Ross Perot MR. PEROT: Good evening, this is Ross. Thank you for being with us tonight. Since the beginning of the year, we have been visiting with some of the most respected leaders in Congress from both the Republican and Democratic parties. Tonight, we’re going to change our […]

Congress Saves Wall Street’s Bacon

By Patrick J. Buchanan Would Congress bail out D.C. if the city faced fiscal collapse? Rep. Dick Armey was asked in late December. Armey’s tough reply “Shucks, no. I’m still sore about New York City and Chrysler.” No bailout for D.C. No bailout for Orange County. That was the policy line of our brawny new […]

1996 Announcement Speech

By Patrick J. Buchanan Speech at Manchester Institute of Arts and Sciences It is good to be back home again. As you know, Shelley and I spent 10 wonderful weeks here in the winter of 1992, and we will never forget your generosity and your support when we came up here to New Hampshire, and […]

Let the People Rule

By Patrick J. Buchanan This term limits movement has a whiff of revolution about it. We want to overthrow America’s ruling class… As the House and Senate mull over which version of “term limits” to write into a constitutional amendment, Republicans should realize this issue is now about more, much more, than term limits. It […]