Darwin's Pyrrhic victory

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "Intelligent Design Derailed," exulted the headline. "By now, the Christian conservatives who once dominated the school board in Dover, Pa., ought to rue their recklessness in forcing biology more…

How stands the empire?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- How long ago was it that you last heard some pundit blather on about America being "the greatest empire since Rome"? Quite a while, I imagine. For if more…

How Bush turned it around

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Men who believe in something, even if wrong, will triumph over those who believe in nothing. That is the lesson of the Bush recovery of the past four more…

Darwinism on defense

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Among the most influential men of the 20th century were a pair of 19th-century scholars: Charles Darwin and Karl Marx. Recent years have not been kind to either. more…

Idealism vs. realism in Egypt

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- In 1933, a neo-fascist "Young Egypt" movement, modeled on the Nazi Party, was founded. Among its supporters were two young nationalist officers, Gamal Abdel Nasser and Anwar Sadat. more…

Who killed General Motors?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Willys built the jeeps that carried Ike's armies across Europe. Ford built the Sherman tanks. Packard made the engines for JFK's PT boat and for the P-40s of more…

A 'Tet' moment coming

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- All my life, said Voltaire, "I have never made but one prayer ... 'Oh Lord, make my enemies ridiculous.' And God granted it." George Bush must have been more…

No amnesty, no deal,
Mr. President

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- When the 17th Street levee broke and the floodwaters of Lake Pontchartrain inundated New Orleans, the immediate imperative was: Fix the levee. Before the cleanup could begin, before more…

Lying to ourselves

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- In his Inaugural Address in 1965, Lyndon Johnson, coming off one of the great landslides, spread out the plans for his Great Society. It was the heyday of more…

Putin and the neo-comintern

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- The Comintern, or Communist International, also known as the Third International, was the 1919 creation of Vladimir Lenin. Its declared purpose: Fight "by all available means, including armed more…