Does Balkanization Beckon Anew?


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by Patrick J. Buchanan When the Great War comes, said old Bismarck, it will come out of “some damn fool thing in the Balkans.” On June 28, 1914, Gavrilo Princip shot the archduke and heir to the Austrian throne, Franz Ferdinand, in Sarajevo, setting in motion the train of events that led to the first […]

The Jena 6 Scam


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by Patrick J. Buchanan “(S)ome Americans do not understand why the sight of a noose causes such a visceral reaction,” declared President Bush to the White House gathering for Black History Month. As the Washington Post rushed to remind us, President Bush was “responding to news coverage of such episodes as the ‘Jena Six.’” But […]

Huck’s Hour of Power


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by Patrick J. Buchanan During his speech to CPAC, among the best he has delivered, Mitt Romney suspended his campaign, so as not to imperil GOP prospects in the fall. Said Mitt, “If I fight on…all the way to the convention, I would forestall the launch of a national campaign and make it more likely […]

McCain’s Rapprochement With the Right?


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by Patrick J. Buchanan On Thursday, at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, Sen. John McCain stood before thousands of conservatives he has done his level best to anger and alienate for a decade – to ask for their support. And he made a not unconvincing case. What he said essentially was this. We […]

Invoking JFK and Reagan


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by Patrick J. Buchanan When John F. Kennedy ran for president in 1960, he talked of a new generation of Americans taking charge, of heading out bravely for a New Frontier. He did not call up the shades of FDR or Harry Truman, or go back 45 years to Woodrow Wilson. The same was true […]

The Great Betrayal


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by Patrick J. Buchanan The American Conservative Magazine Offering more “straight talk” on the Sunday before the Florida primary, John McCain made an arresting prediction: “It’s a tough war we’re in. It’s not going to be over right away. There’s going to be other wars. I’m sorry to tell you, there’s going to be other […]

Tapped Out Nation


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by Patrick J. Buchanan It was to be the year of change, of new ideas, a new politics. Yet, as of today, it appears the Republican Party will be led into the future by a Beltway favorite of the media and Washington insider who has spent the last quarter of a century on Capitol Hill. […]

Obama’s Hollow Victory


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by Patrick J. Buchanan Barack Obama routed Hillary Clinton 2 to 1 in the heaviest turnout in a Democratic primary in the history of South Carolina. Such a defeat would normally be a crushing and perhaps fatal blow to a rival’s campaign. Bill and Hillary laughed it off. Indeed, even before the voting had ended, […]