NATO Expansion: A Dangerous Folly

by Patrick J. Buchanan – July 8, 1997 “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” is counsel Bill Clinton should have followed before making his frivolous decision to expand NATO into Eastern Europe. For it is clear that NATO expansion is already dividing, and may eventually destroy, the great Western alliance. Handing out war guarantees […]

How Stands the Republic?

by Patrick J. Buchanan – July 2, 1997 As another anniversary of the Declaration of Independence is upon us, it is fair to ask: What would the men of ’76 think of us? While they would surely be awed by America’s size, wealth and power, I suspect they would be unimpressed with our leaders and […]

Who Voted for Clinton’s Revolution?

by Patrick J. Buchanan – July 1, 1997 A week ago, Bill Clinton invited a dozen African American columnists to the White House to brief them on his racial goals. “We want to become a multiracial, multiethnic society,” the president confided. “This will arguably be the third great revolution …. to prove that we literally […]

Speech at 1996 Texas GOP Convention

by Patrick J. Buchanan – June 22, 1996 [During floor proceedings on Saturday, pro-life state delegates were successful in winning 86 of the States 123 delegates going on to the GOP national convention. Pat Buchanan is addressing the approximately 16,000 attending.] [Applause] Good to see you! [Shows thumbs up & laughs] Good to see you! […]

Why Should China Get Trading Privileges?

by Patrick J. Buchanan – May 6, 1996 This fight, said Sen. Bob Dole after New Hampshire, “is for the heart and soul of the Republican Party.” Fair enough. But soon we shall see whether the GOP still has a soul. President Clinton intends to renew “most favored nation” trading privileges (MFN) to China, granting […]

An American Economy for Americans

by Patrick J. Buchanan – April 12, 1996 This year the U.S. merchandise trade deficit is running at $200 billion. By Trade Representative Mickey Kantor’s own figures – $1 billion in exports equals 20,000 jobs -our appetite for foreign goods will cost fellow Americans four million jobs. One wonders what it takes to shake our […]