West’s Doors Closing?

by Patrick J. Buchanan – June 7, 1993 The great American Melting Pot is not melting, as once it did… If our prime minister believes that 50 years hence. ‘spinsters will still be cycling to Communion on Sunday morning:’ he had best think again. Rather, “the muezzin will be calling Allah’s faithful to the High […]

The Cultural War for the Soul of America

by Patrick J. Buchanan – September 14, 1992 “What do you mean by culture? That’s a word they used in Nazi Germany.” — Mario Cuomo on Face the Nation, Aug. 23, 1992 Mario is not the only one to have recoiled in fear and loathing. Media who have burbled all over Mario’s locutions in class […]

1992 Republican National Convention Speech

by Patrick J. Buchanan – August 17, 1992 Well, we took the long way home, but we finally got here. And I want to congratulate President Bush, and remove any doubt about where we stand: The primaries are over, the heart is strong again, and the Buchanan brigades are enlisted–all the way to a great […]

The Next Great Taxpayer Raid

by Patrick J. Buchanan – September 1991 In erecting America’s gargantuan welfare state, its architects and enthusiasts followed a familiar and perfected pattern. First, a gaping social wound would be discovered – poor black folks suddenly without quality food in some county in Mississippi. Via tv, the “crisis” was nationalized, and the nation shamed: “In […]

The Voice in the Desert

by Patrick J. Buchanan – June 1, 1990 This essay, by Pat Buchanan, appeared in Senator Barry Goldwater’s 1990 book “The Conscience of a Conservative” (Regnery) which was originally published in 1960. Here is an excerpt from the book jacket: Here, thirty years after its astoundingly popular first publication … the book that, in essence, […]