Buchanan: The dead soul of Adam Lanza
Since the news first came in Friday from Newtown, we have argued about guns in America and mental illness, but heard little about the moral sickness of our society.
Buchanan: The fall of the house of labor
Michigan workers are not going to suffer. They have simply been given the freedom to join or not join a union, to pay or not pay dues.
Buchanan: The winter of conservative discontent
Conservatives need to rediscover what they wish to conserve and how, in a climate every bit as hostile as 1964.
A Republican Retreat — or Rout?
A GOP House elected to hold the line on taxes is offering new tax revenues and perhaps higher tax rates to fund the biggest Big Government in history. The GOP is close to reassuming its role as the tax collector for the welfare state.
The true disciple of Saul Alinsky
Why does Obama see himself in the catbird seat, though his demands are intolerable to the GOP and, absent a deal, he risks taking the country over the cliff Jan. 1?
Pat Buchanan: Americans are already seceding from one another
While no one takes the secession movement as seriously as men took secession in 1861, the sentiments behind it ought not to be minimized.
Who’s afraid of the fiscal cliff?
Republicans are being told that they either vote for something they believe to be wrong and ruinous — or get something worse. Pay the ransom, fellas, Obama is demanding …
Is Middle East Peace a Mirage?
With the truce in the week-long Gaza war, Barack Obama is being prompted by right and left to re-engage and renew U.S. efforts to solve the core question of Middle East peace.
Mitt wasn’t all wrong about ‘gifts’
What explains the GOP wipeout among so many in the American electorate?
Who fed Susan the Benghazi bullhockey?
Far from being a convincing defense of Amb. Susan Rice, Obama’s remarks Wednesday call into question the competence or the truthfulness of the White House itself.