Too Many Wars. Too Many Enemies.

January 30, 2018 Staff 0

NATO is staring down “the worst crisis in its history,” says Pat Buchanan, and the U.S. decision on whether to stand with the Kurds against Turkish aggression or abandon the Kurds will determine if NATO […]

Arpaio Will Run for Senate

January 30, 2018 Staff 0

Famed Arizona lawman “Sheriff Joe” Arpaio spoke with AFP about his upcoming campaign plans to run for the Arizona U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Republican Jeff Flake. He talks about his sole reason for […]

In a Trump Hunt, Beware the Perjury Trap

January 26, 2018 Staff 1

Robert Mueller is on a “Trump hunt,” says Pat Buchanan, and the president’s legal team should not allow him to testify in what has become an obvious “perjury trap.” By Patrick J. Buchanan Asked if […]

Earmarks Are Not the Problem

January 23, 2018 Staff 1

The fact increasing numbers of legislators are “willing to vote against big government than in past years” is not because the practice of earmarks was ended but because “the liberty movement has led to more […]

Congress Reauthorizes NSA Spying on Americans

January 18, 2018 Staff 4

Despite cautions from members of both the House and Senate that spying by the NSA threatens Americans’ security and liberty, both houses of Congress reauthorized essentially unrestrained surveillance when they passed the FISA Amendments Reauthorization […]

Ending Pakistan Aid a Two-Edged Sword

January 15, 2018 Staff 1

Stopping the annual $1.3 billion “bribe” the U.S. has been giving Pakistan for years could spell trouble for U.S. efforts in Afghanistan. Without any allies on bordering the country, movements of equipment and supplies will […]

Little Rocket Man Wins the Round

January 12, 2018 Staff 0

It would appear Kim Jong Un’s strategy has worked, and nuclear war has yet again been averted. Now, says Pat Buchanan, is the time to reconsider our longstanding obligation to defend South Korea. By Patrick […]

Victory for the Bundys

January 11, 2018 Staff 1

Federal agents and prosecutors repeatedly lied and hid evidence during the Cliven Bundy legal proceedings, prompting Judge Gloria Navarro to dismiss the entire case with prejudice. The government is thus barred from prosecuting these patriots […]

What Is America’s Mission Now?

January 10, 2018 Staff 2

America’s UN Ambassador Nikki Haley continues to make the U.S. look ridiculous and make public statements that do not agree with established U.S. foreign policy. When will President Trump rein her in or, better yet, […]

Hollywood Butchers Real History

January 9, 2018 Staff 2

“The Post,” a new movie from Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg about the famed Pentagon Papers that Daniel Ellsberg released to The New York Times in 1971, ignores the role of The Washington Post‘s CIA-controlled editors and […]

Pentagon Officially Confirms Government’s Interest in UFOs

January 8, 2018 Staff 1

The Pentagon has officially admitted its Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program, a long-term government investigation into the UFO phenomenon. Notable UFOlogists have written for decades about government programs including Majestic-12 and Project Blue Book. Given this […]

Who Wants War With Iran?

January 5, 2018 Staff 1

The consequences of a U.S. war with Iran would be devastating, so why is Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley indicting Iran in a recent missile fired at a Saudi airport? It would appear the […]

The Times Rides to Mueller’s Rescue

January 3, 2018 Staff 0

The New York Times has explained it was not the “dirty dossier” from former spy Christopher Steele, paid for by the Democrats, that led to the FBI’s endless investigation of President Trump for supposedly colluding […]

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