Trump – Middle American Radical

February 15, 2018 Staff 0

Many think of Donald Trump as a conservative Republican. Yet this is not the case, explains Pat Buchanan, who refers to an article arguing a more accurate description is “radical anti-progressive.” So who is this […]

Anybody But Romney

February 1, 2018 Staff 2

Mitt Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts who lost both the 2008 Republican presidential primary to John McCain and the 2012 presidential election to Barack Obama, has since stayed mainly out of politics. But now, […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Unlike Nixon, Trump Will Not Go Quietly

December 18, 2017 Staff 0

Patrick Buchanan compares Watergate to Russiagate, and President Trump to President Nixon, and concludes if the situation should become even more similar, Donald Trump is not likely to “go quietly.” By Patrick Buchanan On Aug. 9, […]

Why Roy Moore Matters

November 28, 2017 Staff 6

Why would anyone vote for Roy Moore, given the recent accusations against him of sexually inappropriate behavior with young girls? Patrick Buchanan argues the stakes are simply too high not to do so.  By Patrick […]

Hypocrites in D.C. Cover for Deviants?

November 21, 2017 Staff 2

If Roy Moore were an insider, Congress would probably ignore the recent allegations of sexual impropriety against him. As a populist he poses a far greater threat to the GOP business-as-usual.  By Sophia Meyer Accusations […]

That Bloodbath in the Old Dominion

November 10, 2017 Staff 0

Pat Buchanan offers sage advice for the GOP and a historical reminder, given Republican losses in this week’s Virginia elections.  By Patrick J. Buchanan The day after his “Silent Majority” speech on Nov. 3, 1969, […]

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