Launching Buchanan.org

Welcome back, Brigaders and friends, to Buchanan.org. Linda Muller, the lady who introduced me to the web back in 1995, and ran the Buchanan Brigade website in two presidential campaigns, has restarted Buchanan.org for a new campaign. Only this one is not to launch a presidential candidacy, but my book, out today: State of Emergency: […]

Judgment Day Coming – For the Neocons

“What are the elements of Bushite neoconservatism? First, an interventionist foreign policy, using U.S. power to impose democracy and “end tyranny on this earth.” Afghanistan, Iraq and Lebanon are the laboratories and proving ground. Second, “Big Government Conservatism,” as seen in the deficits, the dearth of vetoes, soaring social spending in wartime, the bulking up […]

Pius XII and John Paul II

by Patrick J. Buchanan Now that the mourning for John Paul II has ended and he has been laid to rest in St. Peter’s, it is time to consider the state of the church he led for 27 years. For, despite his extraordinary life, his holiness and his critical role in bringing an end to […]

The Fraud at the FleetCenter

by Patrick J. Buchanan – August 2, 2004 By morning of the day John Kerry accepted his nomination, it was clear the Kerry Party at the FleetCenter was perpetrating a fraud on the delegates and on the nation. And many in the Big Media were going along. Consider. Among the more than 4,000 delegates, two […]

The Fraud at the FleetCenter

by Patrick J. Buchanan – August 2, 2004 By morning of the day John Kerry accepted his nomination, it was clear the Kerry Party at the FleetCenter was perpetrating a fraud on the delegates and on the nation. And many in the Big Media were going along. Consider. Among the more than 4,000 delegates, two […]

Has the Counterrevolution Begun?

by Patrick J. Buchanan – July 28, 2004 Has Congress, after 50 years of seeing its power seized by the Supreme Court, begun at long last to recapture its lost constitutional rights? Don’t laugh. It may just be about to happen. A day before Congress left town for a six-week vacation, the House passed the […]