The Mess They Made

by Patrick J. Buchanan – April 13, 1999 THE WASHINGTON POST Three weeks into Bill Clinton’s Balkan adventure and America risks a debacle. The human rights crisis in Kosovo has exploded into a catastrophe. Slobodan Milosevic is being rallied around like some Serbian Churchill. Montenegro and Macedonia are destabilized; Russia is being swept by anti-American […]

A Time For Truth About China

by Patrick J. Buchanan – April 5, 1999 Address to the Commonwealth Club San Francisco, California My subject today is U.S.-China relations on the eve of the visit of Mr. Zhu Rongji to the United States. In the decade that has elapsed since the last visit of a Chinese premier, much has transpired that is […]

Levi-Strauss Lays Off 5,900 U.S. Workers

by Patrick J. Buchanan – March 9, 1999 USA Today To the women and African-Americans who hold most of the jobs in textiles and apparel, news that Levi Strauss is laying off 5,900 U.S. workers is a premonition of what awaits them. Their death sentence has been rendered, and there is to be no appeal. […]

Presidential Announcement Speech

by Patrick J. Buchanan – March 2, 1999 New Hampshire Friends, it is wonderful to come home to this state that holds so many cherished memories for Shelley and me. I have come here to make to the good people of New Hampshire a solemn promise: God willing, from today to the nation’s first primary, […]

Growing Peril to U.S. Sovereignty

by Patrick J. Buchanan – February 26, 1999 Up at the United Nations, the carpenters of the New World Order are busy constructing the world’s first permanent war crimes tribunal. Modeled on the Nuremberg court that convicted the Nazis, the new tribunal claims jurisdiction over all nations, including the United States. Last July, America rejected […]

Any Way Out of the Global Crisis?

by Patrick J. Buchanan – February 23, 1999 Now, it’s official. The United States is the last great economy firing on all eight cylinders in a global collapse. America is the last domino. In 1997, Thailand, Indonesia and South Korea had to be bailed out with $115 billion in International Monetary Fund loans. Last year, […]