Real message of the Bush amnesty

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- If George Bush's amnesty for between 8 million and 14 million illegal aliens is enacted, you can kiss the old America goodbye. Consider what the president is saying more…

Dean: A prophet ahead of his time?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- WASHINGTON, D.C. – Within four weeks, the Democratic nominee will probably be known, and this city believes it will almost surely be Howard Dean. The Iowa caucuses on more…

Coming thaw with Tehran?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Can the Great Satan find common ground with a charter member of the Axis of Evil, the Iran of the ayatollahs? Stranger things have happened in our own more…

George W. Bush: Man of the year

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- As Person of the Year, 2003, Time has chosen the American Soldier, a decision with which no patriot will quarrel. Whatever one believed about the necessity, wisdom or more…

Bushite betrayal of working America

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- On Christmas Eve, a story and column in the Washington Post caught the eye. For they tell much about the two Americas we are becoming under George Bush more…

The Bush Doctrine: Wins & losses

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "Trust but verify," was Reagan's motto in negotiating arms deals with Mikhail Gorbachev. And sound advice, too, on hearing that Col. Gadhafi has agreed to forswear nuclear and more…

The bone in Beijing's throat

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- During the early Cold War, Nikita Khrushchev referred to West Berlin, the free city of 2 million surrounded by the Red Army and East Germany, as "a bone more…

The trial of Saddam Hussein

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- He was dug out of a hole looking like some guy picked up off a grate in the dead of winter who ought to be taken to the more…

The Nixonian strategy of Al Gore

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Of Al Gore's stunning endorsement of Howard Dean, even before the Iowa Caucus, it may be said, Richard Nixon would have been impressed. For Gore is executing with more…

Here we go again

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- A close read of President Bush's November addresses at the National Endowment for Democracy in Washington and at the Whitehall Palace in London leads a traditionalist almost to more…