Articles by Patrick J. Buchanan

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Will Mobocracy Triumph in Ukraine?
Patrick J. Buchanan – TRANSCEND Media Service, 10 Feb 2014

Despite our endless blather about democracy, we Americans seem to be able to put our devotion to democratic principles on the shelf, when they get in the way of our New World Order.

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Stay Out of the Syrian Maelstrom
Patrick J. Buchanan – TRANSCEND Media Service, 15 Oct 2012

Last year, U.S. planes scrambled to defend Benghazi against the “tanks, helicopters and fighter jets” of Col. Gadhafi. Now we are investigating the murders of our ambassador and three Americans in the city we saved. To bring down helicopters and fighter jets would require U.S. F-16s over Syria or putting surface-to-air missiles in rebel hands. Do we really want to be passing Stingers around a no man’s land where al-Qaida agents could buy up a few to bring down U.S. airliners?

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For What, All These Wars?
Patrick J. Buchanan - LewRockwell, 5 Mar 2012

Pat Buchanan makes the conservative antiwar case.

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Patrick J. Buchanan – The Post Chronicle, 24 Feb 2010

A month after Germany surrendered in May 1945, America’s eyes turned to the Far East, where the bloodiest battle of the Pacific war was joined on the island of Okinawa. Twelve thousand U.S. soldiers and Marines would die – twice as many dead in 82 days of fighting as have died in all the years […]

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Patrick J. Buchanan, 17 Mar 2009

During Nixon’s historic trip to China in 1972, his interpreter and I, free for a few hours, conscripted a driver to take us on a tour of Beijing. Somewhere in my files are photos from that day we toured the grim city of Chairman Mao in the time of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution. The […]

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