Pat Buchanan Reveals the GOP ‘Comeback’ in Nixon

Pat Buchanan Reveals the GOP ‘Comeback’ in Nixon

By Christopher Ruddy at NewsMax.com “The Greatest Comeback should be required reading for RNC staff and everyone across the country trying to help the GOP win the Senate… Buchanan’s “Comeback” is a fun read not only for the opportunity to see Nixon in such a personal, behind-the-scenes way, but also for the lessons it offers […]

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

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 […]

Book Review: The Rebirth of Richard Nixon’s Political Career

Book Review: The Rebirth of Richard Nixon’s Political Career

By John R. Coyne Jr. – Special to The Washington Times In the 1960s, the country was running out of control — race riots, cities burning, assassinations, campus anarchy. The producers who did the nation’s work and paid its taxes saw their beliefs mocked, their children proselytized and radicalized on campuses where faculties sneered at […]

Ben Stein on Buchanan’s New Book, The Greatest Comeback

Ben Stein on Buchanan’s New Book, The Greatest Comeback

By Ben Stein – The American Spectator I spent a good chunk of the day reading Pat Buchanan’s amazingly fine new book, The Greatest Comeback, on his association with Richard Nixon from late 1965 until Nixon’s amazing victory in the ’68 election for President. The book is a masterpiece. Others, better at reviewing than I […]

Nixon’s the One

Nixon’s the One

Book Review by Scott McConnell – The American Conservative I’ve spent the day reading Pat Buchanan’s The Great Comeback—his history cum memoir of Richard Nixon’s capture of the 1968 Republican nomination, and then the presidency. Buchanan was a key part of this. Hired as a 27-year-old who had spent three years writing newspaper editorials for […]

A Warring Visionary

by Tom Piatak – Chronicles Magazine The Crusader: The Life and Tumultuous Times of Pat Buchanan British scholar Timothy Stanley has produced the first significant biography of Patrick J. Buchanan, describing his life from his boyhood in Washington, D.C., up to the present. Stanley’s book is written in a breezy, informal manner—Buchanan is referred to […]

Pat Buchanan: The Noble Relic

by John Derbyshire – Taki’s Magazine Has Pat Buchanan been fired from MSNBC, or hasn’t he? He hasn’t been seen on the channel since October, when his last book came out. (I reviewed it for Taki’s Mag here.) MSNBC president Phil Griffin said a month ago that Pat was being kept off the air because […]

Pat Buchanan on Ron Paul, the Internet and Ethnic Politics in the 21st Century

By The Daily Bell Daily Bell: Everyone knows who you are but let’s pretend they don’t. Give us some background on yourself and how you have come to your current success. Give us a sense of your intellectual development. Pat Buchanan: I went to journalism school right after college and went out to St. Louis […]

Suicide of a Super Power Ranks #4 on New York Times Best Seller List!

Pat’s new book has soared to the top of the charts! See complete list on the NY Times site….

The Mob vs. the Statesman

By Tom Piatak – Chronicles Magazine For two decades now, Pat Buchanan has been warning us of the dangers our country faces. When he first started sounding the alarm, at the end of the Cold War, those dangers were hard to perceive. Now, they are hard to ignore. Pointless wars in the Mideast have resulted […]