Dead Man Plotting


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by Patrick J. Buchanan – March 31, 2003 Eight days into the war, 27 Americans had died in combat, some from friendly fire. Yet, already, journalists were talking about America being caught in a quagmire like Vietnam. We pay a price for not teaching history to our children. In Vietnam, we averaged 150 dead a […]

The Poisoning of American Politics


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by Patrick J. Buchanan – March 17, 2003 “Moran Said Jews Are Pushing War,” ran the headline on page one. “Apology denies Anti-Semitism” ran the subhead on the story. Even a glance at that Washington Post, and one knew Jim Moran, bad boy Irish congressman from Alexandria – who has had more than his share […]

First and Last War of the Bush Doctrine?


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by Patrick J. Buchanan – March 12, 2003 As that latter-day Wilsonian Bill Clinton launched his war on a Serbia that did not attack us, George W. Bush intends to launch a war on an Iraq that has never threatened or attacked the United States. Clinton bombed Serbia for 78 days for refusing his ultimatum […]

The Case For Torture


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by Patrick J. Buchanan – March 10, 2003 Can torture – the infliction of intolerable, even excruciating, pain to extract information from war criminals – ever be justified? Civilized society has answered in the negative. No, never. And torture is everywhere outlawed. Regimes that resort to it deny it, lest they be judged barbarous. Routine […]

Why the French Behave As They Do


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by Patrick J. Buchanan – March 5, 2003 Having rescued France in two world wars, Americans are puzzled. Why are they organizing the Security Council against us? Why are they sabotaging the president’s plan to bring democracy to Iraq, as we restored democracy to France? Why are they doing this? What the French are up […]

After Baghdad Where Do We Go?


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by Patrick J. Buchanan – March 3, 2003 Prophecy is difficult, especially with respect to the future, said Mark Twain. And after the president’s speech to the annual dinner here of the American Enterprise Institute – Politburo of the War Party – the question remains unanswered: What course does the United States intend to pursue, […]

The Passing Away of Mother Russia


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by Patrick J. Buchanan – February 26, 2003 In many Catholic colleges of yesterday, students had to take 24 course hours of philosophy as a condition of graduation. At the core of the philosophy curriculum was Natural Law, and at the heart of Natural Law was the idea that men, through reason, could come to […]

With Friends Like These…


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by Patrick J. Buchanan – February 24, 2003 “‘Tis our true policy to steer clear of permanent alliances with any portion of the foreign world,” wrote Washington to his countrymen in his Farewell Address. Aware that it was the alliance with France in 1778 that saved our Revolution, Washington did not oppose all alliances, just […]