On the Escalator to War with Iran


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by Patrick J. Buchanan These are the birth pangs of a new Middle East, said Condi Rice last summer, as Israel pounded Lebanon. Unfortunately, the new Middle East may make us all pray for the return of the old. Hamas is today engaged in savage street fighting with Fatah for control of Gaza. If Hamas […]

The Regime Against the Nation


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by Patrick J. Buchanan Last week, in one of the great uprisings of modern politics, Middle America rose up and body-slammed the national establishment. The Bush-Kennedy-McCain amnesty for 12 million to 20 million illegal aliens, and for the businesses that have hired them – a bill backed by La Raza and the U.S. Chamber of […]

See Rudy and John Run


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by Patrick J. Buchanan In July 1861, the Union Army marched out of the capital to meet the Confederates forming up at Manassas. Washingtonians packed picnic lunches and followed to enjoy the rebel rout. By nightfall, the Union Army was straggling back to the city. Stunned and panicked spectators had already returned to report the […]

Who Lost Russia?


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by Patrick j. Buchanan By 1988, Ronald Reagan, who had famously branded the Soviet Union “an evil empire,” was striding through Red Square arm-in-arm with Mikhail Gorbachev. Russians were pounding both men on the back. They had just signed the greatest arms reduction agreement in history – eliminating all Soviet SS-20s targeted on Europe, in […]

GOP Base: Time to Lock and Load


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by Patrick J. Buchanan “I hold it that a little rebellion now and then is a good thing, and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical.” So said Jefferson. It would appear to be time again for a little rebellion in the Grand Old Party – this time against George II. […]

Does ‘The Decider’ Decide on War?


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by Patrick J. Buchanan Has Congress given George Bush a green light to attack Iran? For he is surely behaving as though it is his call alone. And evidence is mounting that we are on a collision course for war. * Iran has detained several Iranian-Americans, seemingly in retaliation for our continuing to hold five […]

Why Congress Caved to Bush


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by Patrick J. Buchanan The anti-war Democrats are crying betrayal – and justifiably so. For a Democratic Congress is now voting to fully fund the war in Iraq, as demanded by President Bush, and without any timetable for a U.S. troop withdrawal. Bush got his $100 billion, then magnanimously agreed to let Democrats keep the […]