The End of the Clinton Presidency

by Patrick J. Buchanan – August 21, 1998 WASHINGTON — In ordering U.S. cruise missile strikes on the terrorist base in Afghanistan and the chemical weapons plant in Sudan, President Clinton acted decisively against the enemies of this country. These retaliatory — and pre-emptive — strikes were justified and merit the support of his countrymen. […]

Whose Country is It Anyway?

by Patrick J. Buchanan – August 18, 1998 In the national argument over the rules and regulations that should govern the U.S. economy, there was always one agreed-upon principle: We must decide based on what is best for Americans. Economic patriotism, however, is dying in America. If you do not believe it, consider the impending […]

The Meltdown of the Global Economy

by Patrick J. Buchanan – August 14, 1998 As the talking heads of the cable channels chatter on about what Bill Clinton should tell the grand jury — the truth is among the options being discussed — an event of epochal significance is taking place beyond our shores. The Global Economy is careening toward disaster, […]

Terrorism: The Price of Hegemony

by Patrick J. Buchanan – August 11, 1998 Those twin slaughters in Kenya and Tanzania were acts of unvarnished criminality and cruelty that call for swift retribution. Those who perpetrated these vile atrocities, and the regimes that aided them, deserve a truly ruthless retaliation. But far from being “senseless acts of violence,” in the oft-invoked […]

Hate Crimes of a Cultural Elite

by Patrick J. Buchanan – August 7, 1998 This fall, the Manhattan Theatre Club will host the latest play of three-time Tony Award-winner Terrence McNally. The central figure in McNally’s “Corpus Christi” is a Jesus character named Joshua who is crucified as “king of the queers.” By The New York Times’ account, “Joshua has a […]

A Resurgent U.S. Nationalism

by Patrick J. Buchanan – August 4, 1998 Before Congress adjourns, yet another test of strength is coming between the disciples of globalism and the forces of a resurgent U.S. patriotism. The issue is “fast track,” a bill to strip Congress of all authority to amend trade treaties. Under fast track, once the Clintonites negotiate […]

No Way Out

by Patrick J. Buchanan – July 31, 1998 In August of the sixth year of his presidency, Richard Nixon resigned. In August of the sixth year of his presidency, Bill Clinton must contemplate the same end. For if what Monica is telling Ken Starr is true — that she and the president had a sexual […]

Have the Globalists Over-Reached?

by Patrick J. Buchanan – July 28, 1998 “As American objections to the treaty’s text were trounced in one overwhelming vote after another, delegates … stood and cheered.” Thus does The Washington Post describe the reaction, as the final votes were taken in Rome to establish a permanent global court for prosecuting war criminals. The […]

How Adam Smith Would Handle China

by Patrick J. Buchanan – July 24, 1998 As America was annexing the Philippines in 1898, preparing to send a U.S. army to crush Filipino resistance to the new American empire, William Graham Sumner gave a speech titled, “The Conquest of the United States by Spain.” “(W)e are submitting to be conquered by her on […]

A Presidency in Ruin

by Patrick J. Buchanan – July 21, 1998 Of all the myths out of which the Republic was born … none was more hopeful than the crowning myth of the Presidency — that the people, in their shared wisdom, would be able to choose the best man to lead them. From this came a derivative […]