The Isolation of America

With Russia’s Yevgeny Primakov, the ex-KGB chief, emerging as the “honest broker” between the United States and Iraq, it must be clear now, even at the White House, that U.S. Middle East policy is in a shambles. Saddam Hussein is breaking out of his isolation; the Russians are back in …

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The Lost Allure of Global Free Trade

LONDON — President Clinton’s decision to pull his fast-track trade bill from the House floor early Monday morning rather than face a humiliating defeat marks a turning point in U.S. history. For the first time since World War II, the nation’s financial, political and intellectual elites have been repudiated on …

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Yes, Janet, There is a Smoking Gun

In Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Purloined Letter,” the document is found where no one thought to look, “full in the view of every visitor,” right before their eyes. As Janet Reno’s agents burrow bravely through the history of the Pendleton Act to see if White House phone solicitations are illegal, …

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Is America Still a Country?

How did they get in? That question quickly came to mind on reading that two illegal aliens had been arrested in New York hours before they allegedly were going to blow themselves up, along with a few dozen unsuspecting commuters, at a subway station. As for Ghazi Ibrahim Abu Maizar, …

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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 …

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1996 Victory Speech – Manchester N.H.

by Patrick J. Buchanan – February 20, 1996 “Four years ago, four years ago I stood in this very room when we made history and we have made history again tonight my friends here in New Hampshire. [Applause] This is the second time my heart is filled with gratitude tonight, …

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1996 Announcement Speech

Speech at Manchester Institute of Arts and Sciences It is good to be back home again. As you know, Shelley and I spent 10 wonderful weeks here in the winter of 1992, and we will never forget your generosity and your support when we came up here to New Hampshire, …

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A Contract With the Unborn

Patrick J. Buchanan delivered the following speech January 21, 1995, at the Concord Auditorium, on behalf of New Hampshire Right to Life. The speech immediately followed the New Hampshire March for Life. The Washington Post and New York Times and CBS did not much note one of the greatest things …

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