Perils of Pauline and Howard’s End?

by Patrick J. Buchanan – July 3, 1998 If a tree falls in a forest in Australia, out of earshot, does it make a sound? That old teaser is more than a party riddle today. For the tree falling in Australia is the conservative coalition of Prime Minister John Howard. And the ax chopping at […]

Patriotism in the Boardroom

by Patrick J. Buchanan – June 30, 1998 If they cannot pledge loyalty to America, why should Americans be loyal to them?… Not until two-thirds of the states ratified the Constitution did America become one nation under God. Yet some patriots still date the birth of the nation to Philadelphia, July 4, 1776. And as […]

Giant Sucking Sound: Part II

by Patrick J. Buchanan – June 26, 1998 The title of largest employer in the USA long ago passed to the McDonald’s and Wal-Marts. GM is now the largest employer – – in Mexico. And as the United Auto Workers strike spreads from Flint, Mich., it is easy to see where Motown’s future lies: south […]

THE GREAT BETRAYAL – CSPAN INTERVIEW

CSPAN Booknotes Interview – June 24, 1998 BRIAN LAMB, host: Pat Buchanan, author of “The Great Betrayal.” LAMB: Who are Uncle Bob and Aunt Honey? Mr. BUCHANAN (Author, “The Great Betrayal”): They’re my mother’s youngest sister and my uncle, and they live up in the Mon Valley of western Pennsylvania. He had a farm, and […]

Beijing Plays Hardball and Wins!

by Patrick J. Buchanan – June 23, 1998 America had best wake up. Last week’s trade numbers were the most ominous yet. Exports to Asia fell, as imports soared. This nation is now running a merchandise trade deficit clocked in April at nearly $260 billion a year, and accelerating… On the eve of Mr. Clinton’s […]

A Global Monster Takes Shape in Rome!

by Patrick J. Buchanan – June 19, 1998 A majority of U.N. members is today moving resolutely to give supranational institutions sovereign authority greater than that of nations. Through these institutions, and the extension of the one-nation, one-vote principle, the United Nations hopes to overturn the old order, where great powers decided the affairs of […]