Buchanan: Al-Qaida on the run? Really?
As we consider our country’s options in Mali, let us hear no about al-Qaida’s decline.
Buchanan: Is Obama shaping a new majority?
With demography moving against the GOP, with more and more Americans becoming dependent upon government, it will take leadership not yet visible to rescue the Republican Party.
Buchanan: Is Hagel out of the mainstream?
Like Hagel, who voted for the Iraq War, a majority of Americans have come to believe that 8-year war was a mistake. Even some neocons have expressed second thoughts.
Buchanan: Richard Nixon’s 100th birthday
Richard Nixon was the first president since Zachary Taylor to take the oath with both houses of Congress against him. The bureaucracy was deep-dyed Democratic.
Buchanan: America’s coming gun war
Just as East Berliners, before the Wall was built, voted with their feet, fleeing west, Americans are voting with their checkbooks, paying hundreds and thousands of dollars to buy the guns liberals loathe.
Buchanan: The Republicans — after Dunkirk
That Republicans suffered a rout, as the British did with the fall of France and evacuation at Dunkirk in 1940, is undeniable.
Buchanan: The Depardieu revolution
Can a man love his country and hate its government? Of course. Ask Alexander Solzhenitsyn. Ask the patriots of 1776.
Buchanan: Why the war party fears Hagel
In the fortnight since Chuck Hagel’s name was floated for secretary of defense, we have witnessed Washington at its worst.
Buchanan: Christmas in an anti-Christian age
“Christianity is in danger off being wiped out in its biblical heartlands,” says the British think tank Civitas.
Why God created the GOP
“God put the Republican Party on earth to cut taxes. If they don’t do that, they have no useful function.”