Is Saddam Another Hitler?

by Patrick J. Buchanan – October 21, 2002 “As two … sitting senators who served in World War II, we see the next Hitler in Saddam Hussein.” So write Ted Stevens and John Warner in a Washington Times column titled, “Hitler’s Disciple in Baghdad.” And they recall for us the history of the run-up to […]

The Closet Imperialists Come Out

by Patrick J. Buchanan – October 14, 2002 A war on Iraq would be “an imperialist war,” writes Paul W. Schroeder in the Oct. 21 issue of The American Conservative: “We intend to use armed force against Iraq … to acquire the power to decide who shall rule Iraq, what kind of government it will […]

Who Holds the Patriotism Card?

by Patrick J. Buchanan – October 10, 2002 Whatever the wisdom of having a president beat the drums for war, America’s preoccupation with war on Iraq alone prevents a wipeout of the Republican Party in November. War is good politics. While Sept. 11 was a terrible day for America, that day has defined this Bush […]

On to Baghdad — And Beyond

by Patrick J. Buchanan – October 7, 2002 When Richard Gephardt left the White House with the president’s blessing on a Gephardt-Bush resolution empowering the commander in chief to attack Iraq at a time of his own choosing, congressional resistance instantly crumbled. The debate is over, the issue settled. If Saddam does not open up […]

The Self-Immolation of the Infantile Left

by Patrick J. Buchanan – October 2, 2002 Threatening to shut down the city, the People’s Strike of the Anti-Capitalist Convergence Alliance stormed into this capital city last week – and went directly to jail without passing Go. Perhaps a fifth of the promised 20,000 demonstrators turned up, and by Friday afternoon 649 were in […]

The Dog Days of Capitalism

by Patrick J. Buchanan – September 30, 2002 As Americans debate the wisdom – or folly – of war on Iraq, someone had best look in on the global economy. For it has taken on a sickly pallor. Five years after the IMF bailouts of the 1990s, some of the rescued regimes are swooning again. […]