Wolfie’s Bank


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by Patrick J. Buchanan Barracks language edited out, Tommy Franks once referred to the Pentagon’s No. 3, Doug Feith, as “the dumbest guy on the planet.” It now appears Gen. Franks’ honorific better applies to Feith’s boss, the Pentagon No. 2, Paul Wolfowitz. For a man once hailed as the brightest of the neocons, Wolfie […]

The Imus Lynch Party


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by Patrick J. Buchanan In the end, it was not about Imus. It was about us. Are we really a better country because, after he was publicly whipped for 10 days as the worst kind of racist, with whom no decent person could associate, he was thrown off the air? Cards on the table. This […]

What Lack of Courage Cost


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by Patrick J. Buchanan As Chairman Carl Levin of Senate Armed Services conceded Sunday, Congress is not going to de-fund the war in Iraq, even if Bush vetoes every Democratic timetable for withdrawal. The war will go on – backed by a Democratic Congress. If Majority Leader Reid is not bluffing about his threat to […]

PJB – 1994: Of Truth and Tolerance… at Easter


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This is one of my favorite PJB columns. He wrote it in 1994, but it could have been written this morning! May Christ bless all of you and your families this Easter! ——— Of Truth and Tolerance… at Easter by Patrick J. Buchanan – April 3, 1994 “Truly, this was the Son of God.” So […]

Magnanimous Mahmoud


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by Patrick J. Buchanan The Easter pardon by Iran’s Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of the 15 British sailors and Marines, seized by Iranian Revolutionary Guards in waters off the Iraqi coast, two weeks ago, ends the crisis. And as the beaming smile of President Ahmadinejad, as he graciously accepted apologies from the sailors and Marines, testifies, there […]

Protectionism, Patriotism Make a Comeback


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by Patrick J. Buchanan “I was really shocked when I read the Financial Times this morning that one of the candidates was pleading for more national champions and more protectionist action,” huffed Neelie Kroes, competition commissioner of the European Union. “It is outdated to talk about national champions. It is outdated to talk about protectionism.” […]

The Mid-Life Crisis of the EU


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by Patrick J. Buchanan The 50th birthday of the European Union, born in Rome in March 1957 as the European Economic Community or Common Market – of Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, Holland and Luxembourg – was a pallid affair. Understandably so. For though the EU has expanded to embrace 27 nations and boasts an economy […]