Publisher’s Weekly Puts Pat’s Book at #3 in Non-Fiction!

Patrick J. Buchanan’s Suicide of a Superpower hit the National Best Seller List. See listing at the Chicago Tribune.

Suicide of a Superstate

The end of the old America is tragic—but it also bears hope of renewal. By Jack Hunter – American Conservative Magazine Anyone who has met Patrick J. Buchanan in person can tell you he is generally upbeat and jovial, yet his books are rather grim: State of Emergency; The Death of the West; Day of […]

Sailer On Buchanan’s Suicide of a Superpower: Bareknuckle Brawler and Wisest, Most Objective Man In American Public Affairs

By Steve Sailer – VDARE.com Suicide of a Superpower: Will America Survive to 2025? Patrick J. Buchanan’s eleventh book, documents with vivid details and acute quotes how, among other globalist mistakes, state-sponsored demographic-replacement via mass immigration is undermining the social cohesion and trust that is absolutely required if Americans are to govern themselves in a […]

The Last Conservative, Pat Buchanan

by By Jeffrey T. Kuhner – The Washington Times Is America in its twilight years? Patrick J. Buchanan argues it is. Americans, especially conservatives, should heed his warnings. The very future of our republic is at stake. Mr. Buchanan has written the political book of the year – and maybe of our time. In “Suicide […]

Will America Survive to 2050?

By Patrick J. Buchanan “In 376 a large band of Gothic refugees arrived at the Empire’s Danube frontier, asking for asylum. In a complete break with established Roman policy, they were allowed in, unsubdued. They revolted, and within two years had defeated and killed the emperor Valens – the one who had received them – […]

Joe Sobran: Buchanan on Immigration

by Joseph Sobran – www.sobran.com Note: This advanced copy of the column, “Washington Watch” by Joe Sobran will appear in the August 31st edition of THE WANDERER National Catholic Weekly, 201 Ohio Street, St. Paul, MN 55107 http://www.thewandererpress.com It is posted on buchanan.org with permission from the author. Rarely has a book rocked me as […]