The Emerging Democratic Debacle

by Patrick J. Buchanan – September 1, 1998 The tide is going out on the Democratic Party, and it may be a long time coming back in. Though Republicans have done little to deserve it, a blowout party victory is shaping up for November. If gubernatorial candidate Dan Lungren can hold California, all 10 of […]

Who Robbed Russia — And Us?

by Patrick J. Buchanan – August 28, 1998 Last June, in a piece titled “Let Russia Default,” this writer noted the obvious. Awash in debts, running a huge deficit, Russia should be allowed to default; and not one more U.S. tax dollar should be put at risk by the IMF trying to hide Russia’s bankruptcy. […]

The End of the Clinton Presidency

by Patrick J. Buchanan – August 21, 1998 WASHINGTON — In ordering U.S. cruise missile strikes on the terrorist base in Afghanistan and the chemical weapons plant in Sudan, President Clinton acted decisively against the enemies of this country. These retaliatory — and pre-emptive — strikes were justified and merit the support of his countrymen. […]

Whose Country is It Anyway?

by Patrick J. Buchanan – August 18, 1998 In the national argument over the rules and regulations that should govern the U.S. economy, there was always one agreed-upon principle: We must decide based on what is best for Americans. Economic patriotism, however, is dying in America. If you do not believe it, consider the impending […]

The Meltdown of the Global Economy

by Patrick J. Buchanan – August 14, 1998 As the talking heads of the cable channels chatter on about what Bill Clinton should tell the grand jury — the truth is among the options being discussed — an event of epochal significance is taking place beyond our shores. The Global Economy is careening toward disaster, […]

Terrorism: The Price of Hegemony

by Patrick J. Buchanan – August 11, 1998 Those twin slaughters in Kenya and Tanzania were acts of unvarnished criminality and cruelty that call for swift retribution. Those who perpetrated these vile atrocities, and the regimes that aided them, deserve a truly ruthless retaliation. But far from being “senseless acts of violence,” in the oft-invoked […]