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Patrick J. Buchanan: Can America do it all?

Posted 10/20/2020 in National Columns

In fiscal year 2020, which ended on Sept. 30, the U.S. government set some impressive new records. The deficit came in at $3.1 trillion, twice the previous record of $1.4 trillion in 2009, which was set during the Great Recession, and three times the 2019 deficit of about $1 trillion.


Patrick J. Buchanan: Is war with China becoming inevitable?

Posted 10/13/2020 in National Columns

"The Indians are seeing 60,000 Chinese soldiers on their northern border," Secretary of State Michael Pompeo ominously warned on Friday.


Patrick J. Buchanan: Ten days that shook the presidency

Posted 10/6/2020 in National Columns

What a difference a week can make.


Patrick J. Buchanan: It's late, but there's still time

Posted 10/2/2020 in National Columns

In their first debate, the president of the United States, challenged by the former vice president, performed poorly -- even by his own estimation.


Leonard Pitts Jr.: There is a fire in the house of democracy

Posted 9/30/2020 in National Columns

Just last week, the headlines were inescapable.


Patrick J. Buchanan: Will Justice Amy star in 'The Five'?

Posted 9/30/2020 in National Columns

By nominating Federal Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, Donald Trump kept his word, and more than that.


Patrick J. Buchanan: All the chips are on the table now

Posted 9/25/2020 in National Columns

"As everyone knows, I made it clear that my first choice for the Supreme Court will make history as the first African American woman justice."


Patrick J. Buchanan: Last best chance to capture Supreme Court

Posted 9/22/2020 in National Columns

President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell are on the cusp of making history.


Patrick J. Buchanan: Are the forever wars really ending?

Posted 9/15/2020 in National Columns

"There is no... sound reason for the United States to continue sacrificing precious lives and treasure in a conflict not directly connected to our safety or other vital national interests." So said William Ruger about Afghanistan, our longest war.


Patrick J. Buchanan: A focused Trump can still pull it out

Posted 9/11/2020 in National Columns

If Donald Trump loses the election, history will attribute his defeat to a pandemic that killed 200,000 Americans during his reelection campaign, and a historic depression deliberately induced to put the economy in a coma as the nation suffered through that pandemic.


Patrick J. Buchanan: Where will all these war games lead?

Posted 9/1/2020 in National Columns

In northeast Syria last week, a U.S. military vehicle collided with a Russian armored vehicle, injuring four American soldiers.


Patrick J. Buchanan: A most consequential presidency

Posted 8/25/2020 in National Columns

As Donald Trump is about to be nominated for a second term, how his presidency has already altered the orientation of his party is on display.


Patrick J. Buchanan: The progressive racism of the Ivy League

Posted 8/18/2020 in National Columns

If the definition of racism is deliberate discrimination based on race, color or national origin, Yale University appears to be a textbook case of "systemic racism."


Patrick J. Buchanan: Is Biden-Harris on Tom Dewey's path?

Posted 8/17/2020 in National Columns

Accused of being a serial harasser in 2019, Joe Biden did what comes naturally. He apologized for perceived past misbehavior, and, to appease his accusers, pledged to choose a woman for a Biden ticket.


Patrick J. Buchanan: The real world reasserts itself

Posted 8/11/2020 in National Columns

Since the death of George Floyd beneath the knee of a cop in Minneapolis on Memorial Day, the nation has been instructed by its cultural elites that this is the daily reality that a racist America has too long ignored.


Patrick J. Buchanan: Biden's game plan -- take no risks and run out the clock

Posted 8/7/2020 in National Columns

When Vice President Calvin Coolidge ascended to the presidency on the death of Warren Harding in 1923, a wag remarked that Silent Cal's career had exhibited unmistakable signs of celestial intervention.


Patrick J. Buchanan: The Biden Rule: 'No men need apply!'

Posted 7/31/2020 in National Columns

There is a real possibility that, this coming week, Joe Biden will be selecting the 47th president of the United States.


Patrick Buchanan: Stress test of a straining superpower

Posted 7/27/2020 in National Columns

How great a burden can even an unrivaled superpower carry before it buckles and breaks? We may be about to find out.


Patrick J. Buchanan: Is America up for a naval war with China?

Posted 7/20/2020 in National Columns

Is the U.S., preoccupied with a pandemic and a depression that medical crisis created, prepared for a collision with China over Beijing's claims to the rocks, reefs and resources of the South China Sea?


Patrick J. Buchanan: Can Trump pull a Truman?

Posted 7/16/2020 in National Columns

On July 22, 1988, after the Democratic National Convention in Atlanta, the party nominee, Gov. Michael Dukakis, enjoyed a 17-point lead over Vice President George W. Bush.



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