Now Let Us All Praise Warren G. Harding

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by Patrick J. Buchanan – July 9, 1997 On this year’s centennial of the inauguration of William McKinley, Ohio University professor Alfred E. Eckes, a trade official under Ronald Reagan, addressed Ohio’s Historical Society. Subject: our 25th president, assassinated by an anarchist in Buffalo in 1901. McKinley’s was a truly …

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NATO Expansion: A Dangerous Folly

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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 …

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How Stands the Republic?

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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 …

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Speech at 1996 Texas GOP Convention

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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 & …

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An American Economy for Americans

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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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