Get It Over With


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by Patrick J. Buchanan – Sepetmber 14, 1998 “If it were done when ‘t is done, then ‘t were well/It were done quickly.” So said Macbeth — about the assassination of the king. Sound advice now. For the impeachment of a president is the republic’s bloodless way of dethroning and beheading a monarch. But this […]

A Labor Day Lament


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by Patrick J. Buchanan – September 4, 1998 Since the Great Depression destroyed the Republican coalition forged by the Harding-Coolidge tax cuts and immigration reforms, only twice has the GOP put together a great governing majority — Richard Nixon’s 49-state sweep in 1972 and Ronald Reagan’s 49-state sweep in 1984. In the last two presidential […]

The Emerging Democratic Debacle


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by Patrick J. Buchanan – September 1, 1998 The tide is going out on the Democratic Party, and it may be a long time coming back in. Though Republicans have done little to deserve it, a blowout party victory is shaping up for November. If gubernatorial candidate Dan Lungren can hold California, all 10 of […]

Who Robbed Russia — And Us?


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by Patrick J. Buchanan – August 28, 1998 Last June, in a piece titled “Let Russia Default,” this writer noted the obvious. Awash in debts, running a huge deficit, Russia should be allowed to default; and not one more U.S. tax dollar should be put at risk by the IMF trying to hide Russia’s bankruptcy. […]

The End of the Clinton Presidency


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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?


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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


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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, […]