The July 4th Surrender

by Patrick J. Buchanan – July 9, 2002 Call it the Independence Day capitulation or July Fourth surrender. Forty-eight hours after handing the U.N. an ultimatum – either U.S. troops get immunity from the International Criminal Court, or we veto the U.N. mission in Bosnia – President Bush backed down. The globalists called our bluff, […]

Bush and World Government

by Patrick J. Buchanan – July 3, 2002 When the U.N. Security Council rejected America’s demand for immunity for U.S. soldiers in the Bosnian peace force from arrest and prosecution by the International Criminal Court, the United States vetoed an extension of the force. Either our troops get immunity, or our troops get out. Good […]

Time For a Little Rebellion

by Patrick J. Buchanan – July 1, 2002 “I hold it, that a little rebellion, now and then, is a good thing, and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical.” So Jefferson wrote to fellow Virginian James Madison in the year Madison authored his country’s Constitution. It’s past time for “a […]